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  • Q. How is Back seat knee room for long journey. Does it have ample power in 4th & 5th gear - redi-GO?
    Shabir
    Shabir | 7 months ago

    Easy to sit and leg room space is good and is suitable for a long journey no problems for three man sitting back seat .

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    Keshu
    Keshu | 4 months ago

    Ample knee room for back passenger, good power in 1 liter engine

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  • Q. Is it Bharat 4 compliant - redi-GO?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    Yes, it is BS-4 compliant.

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    Sreeraj
    Sreeraj | 2 weeks ago

    Yes

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  • Q. How is this car & what about the mileage?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 11 months ago

    The redi-GO has a 799cc and a 999cc engine, both of which are available in a 3-cylinder configuration. Power output for the two motors stands at 54PS and 68PS while the torque is rated at 72Nm and 91Nm, respectively. Both the powertrains are paired with a 5-speed manual transmission. The smaller engine delivers 22.7kmpl, and the bigger one can run 22.5kmpl. The redi-GO brings the tall boy design to the entry-level hatchback game. Despite its limited length, it offers good headroom and usable cabin space. A high seating position offers a good view of the road ahead, and the healthy ground clearance of 185mm allows you to overcome larger speed bumps without scraping the belly. The redi-GO shares its engines with the Renault Kwid, albeit without the option of an AMT. The Datsun badge seems to be the only thing holding it back. Read more: Datsun redi-GO 1.0 AMT: First Drive Review - https://bit.ly/2HfC3if Datsun Redi-GO 1.0: First Drive Review - https://bit.ly/2t28lsx

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    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 11 months ago

    The Redi-GO has a 799cc and a 999cc engine, both of which are available in a 3-cylinder configuration. Power output for the two motors stands at 54PS and 68PS while the torque is rated at 72Nm and 91Nm, respectively. Both the powertrains are paired with a 5-speed manual transmission. For 0.8 liter engine, don’t go looking for driving thrills. But, if you are the sort of person who only wants to potter around from point A to point B in relative comfort, then this could be the right car for you. The claimed fuel economy is 22.5kmpl, which is expected to be close to real-world numbers as it has been tested according to the new ARAI regulations. Actual mileage figure will depend on riding style, traffic conditions and how it is maintained.

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  • Q. How is the performance of AMT version - redi-GO?
    Shabir
    Shabir | 7 months ago

    Best performance of AMT. Easy drive and easy control .

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    Shabir
    Shabir | 7 months ago

    Good performance but manual is better

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  • Q. Is Datsun redi-GO suitable for long drive it means suitable for drive above 500 km?
    Abhinav
    Abhinav | 1 month ago

    I have just done a trip from Delhi to Nainital- Ranikhet and back. Very smooth drive. Best in the hills. I have AMT model. No problem.

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    Niranjan
    Niranjan | 1 month ago

    Good for long journey

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  • Q. Which model is best - redi-GO?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 6 months ago

    You may have a look at S variant, While DRLs help enhance the outlook of the car a bit, it is the added safety that makes this variant ideal for those who drive alone most of the time. For anyone who is buying his/her first car and can spend around Rs 4 lakh on the redi-GO, the S (with 1.0-litre engine) is the perfect fit.

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    Shabir
    Shabir | 6 months ago

    T and s model is best in limited edition.

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  • Q. Why Datsun redo go have inbuilt default problem in it. And why Datsun redi go owner are not happy with their car - redi-GO?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    Each car have a different purpose to serve, and might not fit it everyone's requirement list & that is why we've plethora of options in the Indian market to meets majority of needs/wants. There are some downside in Redi-GO: - Internally adjustable wing mirrors absent. - No dual airbags or ABS even in the top variant. Gets only single airbag for driver. - Limited service stations. ZW Says: It offers good headroom and usable cabin space. A high seating position offers a good view of the road ahead, and the healthy ground clearance of 185mm allows you to overcome larger speed bumps without scraping the belly.

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    Prabhakaran
    Prabhakaran | 1 week ago

    I am unhappy with redi go AMT,

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  • Q. How is Back seat knee room for long journey. Does it have ample power in 4th & 5th gear - redi-GO?
    Shabir
    Shabir | 7 months ago

    Easy to sit and leg room space is good and is suitable for a long journey no problems for three man sitting back seat .

    4 Reply
    Keshu
    Keshu | 4 months ago

    Ample knee room for back passenger, good power in 1 liter engine

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  • Q. Whether Datsun Redi-go Amt engine become hot during driving?
    Abhinav
    Abhinav | 1 year ago

    Not excessive. Same as i10.

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    Shahid
    Shahid | 2 months ago

    Yes

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  • Q. How smooth is the driving? And how much mileage can be expected in city traffic? Kindly reply.
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 12 months ago

    The redi-GO has a 799cc and a 999cc engine, both of which are available in a 3-cylinder configuration. Power output for the two motors stands at 54PS and 68PS while the torque is rated at 72Nm and 91Nm, respectively. Both the powertrains are paired with a 5-speed manual transmission. For 0.8 liter engine, don’t go looking for driving thrills. But, if you are the sort of person who only wants to potter around from point A to point B in relative comfort, then this could be the right car for you. Datsun claims that the redi-GO can accelerate from 0-100kmph in 15.9 seconds and achieve a top speed of 140km/h. However, if you do drive it sedately, it returns a respectable 22.7kmpl as per ARAI's new test cycle. If we talk about 1.0 liter engine, the increase in power, though not perceivable in an outright manner, becomes evident while tackling inclines or when travelling with a full house. Compared to the 0.8-litre variant, this car feels a lot more refined. Getting a move on is quicker and smoother as well. Engine vibrations can be felt inside the cabin, but are better controlled than in the 0.8-litre variant. The car managed to take on a few sharp inclines with two passengers in third gear with the engine showing no signs of strain. In the redi-GO 0.8, such inclines would certainly have to be taken in a lower gear. The claimed fuel economy is 22.5kmpl, which is expected to be close to real-world numbers as it has been tested according to the new ARAI regulations. Actual mileage figure will depend on riding style, traffic conditions and how it is maintained.

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    Sreeraj
    Sreeraj | 2 weeks ago

    At 80 km/h you will get 18 km/l mileage

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