Datsun on-Do sedan in 3 variants, launch price Rub 329000
Datsun on-Do sedan for Russia styled in Japan and engineered specifically for Russia was launched earlier this week. Datsun on-Do production at AvtoVAZ Tolyatti plant adds to the production line-up with Lada Granta also coming out of here. Datsun’s Russian sedan reaches dealerships in the second half of July at a price of 329 000 rubles (loosely equates to Rs 5.75 lakhs).
Datsun on-Do four-door, five-seat family sedan¬†is exclusively for Russia and isn’t on its way to India anytime soon. Datsun has gone the hatchback way here having launched¬†Go here, and¬†Go+ compact MPV planned for later in 2014. Datsun on-Do is available in¬†¬†Access, Dream and Trust trims at a starting price of ¬†329 000 rubles.
5 speed manual transmission Datsun on-Do gets power from a¬†1.6 liter petrol tweaked for 2 power outputs,¬†82 hp and 87 hp. At 4.3 meters long, 1.7 meters wide and 1.5 meters tall, on-Do luggage compartment¬†is 530 litres.¬†The¬†passenger compartment can be adjusted as required thanks to folding rear seats. ¬†Ride comfort is¬†enhanced¬†with¬†suspension adapted for Russian road conditions.
Datsun on-DO is ground clearance stands at 174 mm at full load, akin to that of¬†crossovers. Features on board will include tilt adjustable electric power steering, heated front seats, driver airbag, spare wheel, ABS and EBD along with Brake Assist (BAS), alongwith an¬†attachment system for child seats Isofix.¬†In the meantime,¬†mi-DO hatchback planned for Russia is being tested. Datsun Russia debuted its on-Do back in April. Russia is the 1st market in the region where all its three brands of Nissan Motor Corporation are sold, Nissan, Infiniti and Datsun.