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After lifting the lid on the Datsun Go in July, Nissan has now revealed another addition to its sub-brand Datsun lineup: the Go+.

The Japanese carmaker describes the Go+ as a 5+2 MPV (multi-purpose vehicle) for big families. According to the company, this latest addition to the forthcoming Datsun range will make a more practical, seven seater vehicle choice available to car buyers who are looking for an affordable car offering lots of interior space.

Powering the Datsun Go+ is a 1.2 litre engine that is mated to a five speed manual transmission, both of which have been tuned for fuel efficiency as well as good acceleration according to Nissan.

Like the Go, the Go+ will be offered with Datsun Mobile Docking Station for in-car connectivity with smartphones.  

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For a budget MPV, things really are not too shabby in the cabin of the Go+ despite the bland colour scheme. 

When it goes on sale in Indonesia next year along with the Go, the Go+ will be priced below 100 million Indonesian rupiah, the equivalent of around R85 000. No local release details for the Go+ are available yet, but the Go hatchback is expected to become locally available during the second half of 2014 for less than R100 000.

In other motoring related news, Peugeot South Africa recently extended its popular 208 compact hatchback lineup courtesy of the three-door Access 1.0 VTi model.

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