Safety list expanded for Datsun Redigo

Safety list expanded for Datsun Redigo New Datsun Redi-GO
author image Desirazu Venkat
Wednesday 20 March 2019, 10:35 AM

The Datsun Redigo has received a set of safety updates possibly for 2019 model year. There appear to be no change in prices, feature list or mechanicals. These changes are along the lines of new safety norms that will be implemented in a phased manner during the course of 2019.

All variants across both engine options get ABS with EBD as standard. Three point seat belts, two point middle rear safety belt and a rear child door safety locks are already offered across the range. However, the driver’s side airbag is only offered with the top spec S variant.

The Redigo is Datsun’s rival to the likes of the Renault Kwid, Hyundai Eon and the Maruti Suzuki Alto family of cars. The feature list and mechanical setup remains unchanged and you can have to Redigo with a 54bhp 800cc engine or a 68bhp 1.0-litre engine. A five-speed manual is standard but the latter also gets a five-speed AMT on certain variants.

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