It was only last week that the affordable automaker was reportedly closing shop for the second time in their history. Latest rumours allude that the brand might reinvent itself producing a Datsun EV providing sustainable mobility at a cost-effective price.
A decade since its resurrection, the affordable branch of the Nissan brand has called it quits once again. The compact and affordable models which were produced for markets in Nepal, Indonesia, India, Russia and our very own roads have come to an end – Datsun is dead once again.
JOHANNESBURG, Gauteng – Nissan South Africa announced the relaunch of the Datsun brand some four years ago, kicking things off with the budget-beating Go hatchback… Read more →
The facelifted Datsun Go and Go+ (revealed in Indonesia in May) have launched in South Africa, sporting fresh styling and added safety features. Pricing starts at R144 500 and… Read more →
Earlier in October 2018, we reported that the facelifted Datsun Go (revealed in Indonesia in May) was due arrive in South Africa in mid-November boasting “extra… Read more →
Back in May 2018, the facelifted Datsun Go was revealed in Indonesia. Now we can confirm that this updated version of the budget hatchback is… Read more →
We help choose the ideal car for your needs and your budget: this time, a budget hatchback for a student… Age: 19 Budget: R90 000 Status: Student Vehicle… Read more →
The limited-edition “Flash” has only just been added to the local Datsun Go range, but now the Nissan-backed brand has revealed a facelifted version of… Read more →
Datsun South Africa has quietly added a new limited-edition model to its local Go range, dubbing the newcomer the “Go Flash”. The Go Flash, which… Read more →
February 2018’s aggregate new vehicle sales in South Africa came in at 46 347 units or a decline of 3,8% year-on-year, according to Naamsa. As always,… Read more →