Honda Mobilio vs. Datsun Go+: A Comparative Study

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Recently, Nissan revived is low cost brand Datsun to improve its market share, in the growing nations including India. He company recently launched he Go hatchback in the country and in planning to launch he Go+ MPV in the MPV in the country. The vehicle was unveiled at the 2014 Indian Auto Expo, and is expected to hit the market by the festive season. The Go+ MPV will directly compete against the like of Maruti Suzuki Ertiga, Chevrolet Enjoy and  especially Honda Mobilio in the market. In this article we try to find out how the new Datsun Go+ MPV will justify itself against the new Honda Mobilio in the Indian car market.

Last updated on 21-09-2017

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Following is a list of some of the grounds on which the two machines can be sensibly compared:

Honda Mobilio (Discontinued)
Datsun Go+
  • Design and Styling:

Honda is renowned for its amazing style and exemplary looks. And  the all-new Honda Mobilio is based on the same platform. It is an intelligent mix of a luxurious vehicle  which is economic  to the budget as well. Its front is pretty much appealing with chrome bar placed between honeycomb grille and chrome furnished logo. In addition to this, there are rounded headlamps with turn signal indicators and foglamps with matte black finish. Honda Mobilio’s rear end is quite simple and pretty much identical to that of Toyota Innova. The taillamps with small grille and turn indicators act like supplement to rear beauty. The overall length of this multipurpose vehicle is 4390mm with 2650mm wheelbase, 185mm ground clearance and 1610mm height.

Whereas, realizing the spirit of the risers, Datsun GO+ was develops as a cozy, movable family lounge. The design is modern, with a sleek, dynamic silhouette and strong shoulder line. The clean body styling makes it a crowd standout. The Go+ has a pronounced rear overhang which clearly indicates towards the effort made by Datsun to turn a hatch in to seven -seater MPV but like the GO the pleasant styling will appeal to many. The overall dimensions of the multipurpose vehicle is 3,785mm in length,1,635mm in width, 1,485mm in height and a wheel base of  2,450mm.


  • Interior:

The Mobilio would offer comfortable seating for up to seven passengers along with adequate interior room comprising 3-row seat configuration. Most interior design elements, particularly the seats and dashboard, are carried over from Brio. The Mobilio is still under production stage and final interior design has not been frozen yet; nonetheless it offers voluptuous interior with excellent legroom and 60:40 middle seats. Once third row folded flat, you get plenty of cargo space.

The Datsun Go+ is available in 7 Seater and going to be on radar of those looking for Budget MPV yet at Value Price in the Indian market. One of the key feature of the MPV is the Datsun Mobile Docking Station, which enables smart phone integration into the car. Some other features of the vehicle being, mobile phone charging dock.and  AC vents for the second row and foldable third row seats to increase boot space.

  • Engine:

The Honda Mobilio will be available with two engine choices: DTEC 1.5 liter diesel and i-VTEC 1.5 liter petrol. Both power plants will be teamed up with a 5-speed manual gearbox. The petrol engine generates 116.3 horsepower @ 6600 rpm with 146 Newton meters of torque at 4800 rpm, whereas the diesel engine churns out 98.6 horsepower at 3600 rpm with 200 Newton meters of torque at 1750 rpm.

The Datsun GO+ MPV will be powered by a 1.2 litre petrol engine, which does the duty in Nissan Micra and will also in its former Datsun GO hatchback. This engine is
mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox. The company might also bring the 1.5 litre diesel engine for the Indian market.

  • Colors:
  • Crystal Black Pearl
  • Majestic Blue
  • Alabaster Silver Metallic
  • Brilliant Gold
  • Carnelian Red
  • Taffeta White
  • Urban Titanium.
  • Ruby
  • Gold
  • Silver
  • Grey
  • White
  • Blue
  • Price After GST:

Honda Mobilio Last Know Ex-Showroom New Delhi:

Honda has discontinued the Mobilio.

  • Honda Mobilio E (Petrol) – Rs 7.38  Lakhs
  • Honda Mobilio S (Petrol) – Rs 8.47 Lakhs
  • Honda Mobilio E (Diesel) – Rs 8.89 Lakhs
  • Honda Mobilio S (Diesel) – Rs 9.65 Lakhs
  • Honda Mobilio V (Petrol) – Rs 9.78 Lakhs
  • Honda Mobilio V (O) (Petrol) – Rs 10.35 Lakhs
  • Honda Mobilio V (Diesel) – Rs 10.85 Lakhs
  • Honda Mobilio V (O) (Diesel) – Rs 11.42 Lakhs
  • Honda Mobilio RS (Diesel) – Rs 11.98 Lakhs
  • Honda Mobilio RS (O) (Diesel) – Rs 12.55 Lakhs

Datsun Go+ Ex-Showroom New Delhi Price After GST:

  • Datsun Go+ D – Rs 3.84 Lakhs
  • Datsun Go+ A EPS – Rs 4.57 Lakhs
  • Datsun Go+ T – Rs 4.81 Lakhs
  • Datsun Go+ Anniversary Edition – Rs 4.97 Lakhs
  • Datsun Go+ T (O) – Rs 5 Lakhs
  • Conclusion:

Honda Mobilio looks like a more powerful, spacious and feature rich car and has all the abilities to be crowned the best in its segment.

Whereas, Go+ is more like an economical option rather than a proper MPV and after its launch in India, it likely to attract those who want to get an affordable, efficient seven-seater car. Without a doubt it will be the cheapest of all here and will be slightly more expensive than the Go hatch which means it would present a more value choice.



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Last modified: September 21, 2017