Datsun RediGO Get The 1.0 L Version
The moment Datsun Redi-Go was launched in India, I missed no opportunity to grab this tiny affordable machine. I live in Delhi and the congested city like this demand a car with good mileage and average drivability. Since my budget was only Rs. 3.5 lakhs I purchased the Redi-GO 800cc model. The car no doubt has a funky styling and what?s more interesting is the price that is lower than top seller Maruti Alto. I was really surprised by the higher ground clearance, the tallboy design and the amazing boot space it provides, I would say hats off to Datsun. I thought the 800cc engine would suffice for my family but I was wrong and it was a bad decision on my part. When I drove my maternal uncle?s 1.0L version, I was surprised to see how it changed the character of the car. The vibrations of this engine are much less than my car while it?s peppier to drive, of course, the extra 200cc is certainly a boon. I would say the 1.0L version has a definite edge over the junior one. Whoever purchasing Datsun Redi-GO I would like to suggest that please don?t buy the 800cc model, pay extra Rs. 25,000-30,000 and get the powerful version, you will see the difference.
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