2018 Datsun GO-Cross Review
After more than 100,000 units sold since its relaunch in 2014, the time has come for the Datsun to enter the world of crossover: it does so with the GO-Cross Concept presented at the Tokyo Motor Show 2015, anticipating the production model that could be introduced in the course of 2016. Using the same platform as the Datsun Go +, the new Go-Cross 2018 retains mask similar to the other models of the brand and adds new elements such as LED daytime running lights, fog lights incorporated into the bumper and round the classic plastic covers on bumper and wheel arches that characterize the current crossover. The dimensions were not declared but it is clear that the Go-Cross is an offer related to the B-segment SUV: contrary to what initially imagined, Datsun has indeed intended to submit a further more compact model based on the platform already CMF-A used for the Renault Kwid.
No detail on the mechanics. For the moment, no information was provided either on the interior design nor on the mechanics of the 2018 Datsun GO-Cross is likely to be replicated petrol and diesel derived from Nissan, while it is not certain the presence of all-wheel drive. Datsun models are currently sold in India, South Africa, Middle East and Indonesia and are not for the time being provided elements concerning opening up more international markets.