July 6, 2017: With GST kicking in, prices of the Datsun Go have been revised. Based on pre-GST taxes, the ex-showroom prices have gone down.
Mumbai:The starting price for the hatchback now starts at Rs 3.81 lakh, as opposed to Rs 4 lakh pre-GST. That's a reduction of Rs 19,000. The top trim is also cheaper by Rs 19,000 and costs Rs 4.22 lakh. Prices have been slashed across variants.
Delhi:The starting price for the small car now starts at Rs 3.81 lakh, as opposed to Rs 3.83 lakh pre-GST. That's a difference of Rs 2,000. The top variant of the Go is cheaper by Rs 2,000 and now costs Rs 4.22 lakh. Prices have been slashed across variants.
Do note that prices for insurance are marginally higher, as they are taxed at 18 per cent instead of the earlier 15 per cent.
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