By on September 9, 2013


The Datsun Go is about to get some company, in the form of two new models developed for the Indonesian market.


The two new cars will get their debut next Tuesday in Jakarta, and be priced above the Go, at just under $9,000 (compared to $7,000 for the Go). Indonesia is being targeted as one of the next “up and coming” auto markets, with a large population and a booming economy. Currently, Indonesia’s auto market is dominated by Toyota’s range of small, rear-drive minivans, but challengers like General Motors are hoping to grab some market share with products like the Spin, a front-drive minivan also sold in Brazil. In light of that, perhaps one of the Datsun products is a people mover? We’ll find out next week.

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