14 Jan 2015 Datsun has launched Go+ in Indian market in shockingly low price range of Rs 3.79 – 4.61 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The fact that Datsun claims this MPV to a genuine people mover makes this price point even more astonishing in nature. The length of Go+ wraps up within 4 meters; making it eligible for excise exemption and this has been instrumental behind ultra-low pricing of MPV. Go+ is second proposition of Datsun for Indian market after Go hatchback and company is hoping to carve a place in fledgling MPV category of Indian market with this compact people mover. Car has similar external and internal appearance as we have already witnessed on Go hatchback. Interior space is classified into 3 rows of seats though space has been restricted in its nature. Vehicle is powered by 1.2-litre, 3-cylinder petrol engine and though it lacks the outright punch of rivals, the fuel-efficiency of 20.6 km/l of the motor is quite credulous. There is no diesel engine for now though expect the Nissan to slip in oil-burner under Go+ hood at time of its facelift. Transmission option includes 5-speed manual gearbox that sends power to front wheels of the car. The equipment list is skimpy on MPV as the variants; even the top-trim is poorly equipped on all fronts of comfort, convenience, luxury and safety. Datsun poor show on safety NCAP test seems to have no effect on senses of company as Go+, like Go, comes with almost nil preparation on security front.