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Datsun Introduce a special new variant of the redi-GO before the festive season

Datsun have launched a brand new variant of their funky redi-GO called the ‘redi-GO Sport’ at a price tag of Rs 3.49 lakh (ex-Delhi). This new variant of the redi-GO will be produced in limited numbers (between 800 – 1000 units) and will be available in early October. Mechanically, the ‘Sport’ is identical to the standard redi-GO, however, it includes new cosmetic changes like blacked out grille with red accents, funky wheel covers, sporty graphics, a go-fast racing stripe, and a rear roof spoiler. These feature truly make the redi-GO stand out in a crowd. Inside the cabin, the car gets new features like sportier dashboard, Bluetooth audio system and black themed interiors. Apart from these features the Sport also gets rear parking sensor and key-less entry.

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The redi-GO Sport was launched by Olympic medallist and new Datsun brand Ambassador, Sakshi Malik who also became the first customer of the car. On this occasion Sakshi commented, “I am thrilled to partner with Datsun, a brand that is a true representation of the young achievers. I believe that Datsun redi-GO is a perfect fit for me, as I am always in pursuit of achieving my dreams and I believe that I am going to connect to every Datsun redi-GO owner, all driving towards achieving their dreams. Say Yes to Your Dreams.

Arun Malhotra, MD, Nissan Motors India said, “Datsun redi-GO has redefined the value proposition offered to young achievers in India. Now we are delighted to introduce the limited edition Datsun redi-GO SPORT, which adds a sporty-themed option for customers during the festive season. We also celebrate our new association with Sakshi Malik, whose world-class performance in Rio brought her into all our hearts, and who perfectly embodies Datsun’s philosophy of #ISayYes to having a dream and achieving it.

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About the author: Ravi Chandnani

 

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