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Old 28th July 2017, 09:36   #61
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Any idea about the prices of the 1.0 litre variant? Seemed to be a silent launch compared to the publicity they gave to the sticker job on the 0.8 variant, although Sakshi Malik was there to launch both.
It was launched at 3.57 Lakhs. There is a news article and a seprate thread for it.

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Old 3rd November 2017, 15:19   #62
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Good job Guys!

Does this have 3 lug nuts or 4 on each wheel. I ask because the concept seemed to have 3 and I couldn't find out from the images now. I may have missed it.
It has 4 lug nuts!

Very good review guys!
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Is there a thread on the review of the new AMT version of the Redi-Go that was released last month?
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ē The Renault Kwid fared poorly in the Global NCAP crash tests (related news), thus we can safely assume that the Redi-GO will meet an identical fate. Still, it's the same for all entry-level cars, including the Alto & Eon. Only game-changer in terms of safety will come from the government enforcing strict safety norms.
I would like to post an article from CarDekho.com about the safety features of Datsun Redi-Go (link - https://www.cardekho.com/features-st...p-priority.htm).

As per this article, the Datsun Redi-Go has a UN-94 Certified Reinforced Crash Protection Shell (RCPC). The article states that...

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A notable mention is the UN 94-certified body shell that helps keep the occupants safe in a frontal impact. So yes, buying a budget hatchback does not mean one has to compromise on safety. With the Datsun redi-GO, which has a starting price of Rs 2.49 lakh*, you can rest assured that your safety is given top priority.
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Details of UN 94 Certification are in the Brochure attached alongwith.

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Thanks to a Team-BHP Fan (who prefers to stay anonymous) for sending this image in. Heartfelt gratitude for sharing it with other enthusiasts via this Team-BHP page!

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The Redi-Go AMT has a feature that I've discovered which would benefit a lot of its owners. If one of the doors of the vehicle is not shut properly, the vehicle will not move. It even has a new badge for the AMT variant.
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On a recent leisure trip to Himachal, noticed a lot of Redi-go in comparison to Kwid or say Eon.
Only used to see Maruti Alto which rules the local cab market until now in and around dharamshala, dalhousie, chamba and palampur regions, but this time I noticed way lot of Redi-Go.
According to me, Redi-Go is the only car in this range of price bracket with tall boy design which is more comfortable, rather than low slung seats of alto.
Even my friend checked out Redi-Go, for replacing his aging Maruti 800 but decided against it since the sump guard is made of plastic.
Though recently refreshed Datsun Go is still under consideration.
One thing he was not aware of and got to know through me is that Datsun is owned by Nissan. I think Datsun still needs to work more on Brand Building and marketing since they got better sales under their sleeve in comparison to Nissan.

@GTO: When can we have official reviews of Refreshed Datsun Go and Go+.
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Came across this update on the Datsun India FB Page, even though the brochure of the Redi-GO still does not reflect these changes. Just hope that apart from ABS with EBD, even Driver side Airbag will be now standard on the Redi-GO along with other necessary changes like Seat Belt Reminders, High Speed Warning alerts, Reverse Parking Sensors etc.
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The official brochure now has the changes mentioned, but I am surprised to see that only ABS with EBD is now standard, and Driver Airbag is still only available in the top spec S variant. Prices don't seem to have any changes.

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Datsun Redigo gets safety upgrades

The Datsun Redigo gets more safety equipment to meet upcoming norms. Japanese carmaker Datsun has updated the safety kit of its entry-level offering in India, the Redigo. The hatchback now comes equipped with ABS as standard across all variants.

Datsun has updated the Redigo with the safety feature in order to meet the mandatory ABS norm for vehicles that kicks in on April 1, 2019. Apart from the anti-lock braking system, all variants of the Redigo get safety kit like three-point seatbelts on four seats (the rear middle seat gets a two-point unit), rear door child safety lock and a rear stop lamp. The top-spec S trim gets added safety benefits like a driverís airbag, remote central locking and LED daytime running lamps. While the base variant misses out on an engine immobiliser, all other trims have it standard.

Interestingly, Datsun has chosen not to equip the Redigo with an airbag, speed alert system, seatbelt reminder system and rear parking sensors across all variants as standard so that the hatchback would conform to norms that will begin from July 1, 2019. We can only assume that Datsun will update the Redigo once again before the aforementioned date.

Otherwise, the Redigo remains mechanically unchanged. It continues to be powered by a 54hp, 799cc three-cylinder petrol engine thatís mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox. Thereís a larger 68hp, 1.0-litre engine option too that comes mated to either a 5-speed manual or AMT gearbox.

With the added feature, prices of the Datsun Redigo are expected to go up by Rs 3,000-4,000 depending on the variant. In the entry-level hatchback segment, the Datsun Redigo takes on the likes of the Renault Kwid and Maruti Suzukiís Alto 800 and Alto K10.
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ē The superior Renault Kwid is priced only slightly higher

Just curious, what makes the Renault Kwid "superior" ?Is it just the touchscreen and the bigger boot, or something else, that I missed.

Cant be looks, because, I, for one, think that this one looks better.
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As per this article, the Datsun Redi-Go has a UN-94 Certified Reinforced Crash Protection Shell (RCPC). The article states that...
Unfortunately, I suspect there is more marketing than engineering in that bodyshell. Let it pass the NCAP test and then I'll believe it.
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