Nissan's low brand Datsun has released its first model for the Russian market, the on-Do car.
As stated by Datsun, the new on-Do car has been intended for Russia. The Datsun on-Do vehicle is controlled by a 1.6-liter petrol engine which is useful for 87bhp. It is around 4.3 meters in length, 1.7 meters wide and 1.5 meters tall. The on-Do car has a 530 liter boot volume which is class-heading for the Russian market.
Datsun will make the on-Do car at the Avtovaz plant in Russia. The on-Do vehicle imparts its stage to the Lada Granta car sold in Russia.
Russia is second market for Datsun after India, where the Japanese ease auto brand propelled the Go hatchback as of late. Datsun will offer the on-Do car in Russia from June in the not so distant future through 25 marked dealerships. Nissan's ease brand hopes to have 75 dealerships in Russia in the following two years.