Datsun Cross Officially Sales in Indonesia.

By : Ridwan And Aldi Firhand. A | Sunday, March 11 2018 - 20:00 IWST

Datsun Cross (Photo: Republika)
Datsun Cross (Photo: Republika)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta, Datsun officially started selling Datsun CROSS, compact cross-over which is the new flagship of Datsun in Indonesia.

This multifunctional vehicle will start to be found in Datsun outlets throughout Indonesia with prices starting from Rp161,490,000.- (on the road DKI Jakarta). Datsun CROSS is designed from the collaboration of local and global experts of Nissan from various countries, including in Japan and Indonesia.

The need of young Indonesian trendsetter is progressive and energetic to be the basis of Datsun CROSS design, this car has a fashionable design and equipped with various advanced technologies.

"Datsun CROSS is a reflection of the personality of the owner," said Eiichi Koito as President Director of PT. Nissan Motor Indonesia through its written statement in Jakarta (10/3/2018)

He added, we are studying the Indonesian market to be able to develop suitable vehicles for various lifestyles of today.

Datsun CROSS is made into more than a means of transportation, but as a partner to navigate the dynamics of its owner's fast and rapid activity.

Behind the wheel, a variety of embedded smart technologies, including comfortable suspension, sophisticated automatic transmission: XTRONIC CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission), as well as advanced driving safety features: VDC (ABS Vehicle Dynamic Control) ABS (Anti-lock Braking System ), Dual-SRS Airbag, and so on.

The connectivity features present a complete information and entertainment system; mobile users can also connect with the vehicle through the application, is perfect for those who want seamless connectivity.

Shaded by a big name Nissan that has a long track record in terms of driving technology, the Datsun CROSS is powered by a 1.200 cc petrol engine that is both tough and efficient.

Complementing the advantages of Datsun CROSS, this car has ground clearances as high as 200 millimeters (20 centimeters) and 15-inch diameter large wheels to cope with various road conditions in Indonesia.

Datsun CROSS has evolved from its concept car introduced in 2016. It has adopted a local style combined with Datsun's design direction on a global level of course while maintaining its trademark, such as a large, erect hexagonal grille, projector headlights that resemble eagle's eyes, and first in its segment equipped with automatic headlight feature.

In addition, the Datsun CROSS curve is firm, designed according to the tastes of Indonesian consumers who want to be different. The interior of a black vehicle is commensurate with its exterior style. The individual front seats are equipped with special solid pads on the side to provide more comfort when maneuvering.

Cloth upholstery look attractive shades of silver stitches and distinctive honeycomb motifs. The car cab is spacious enough to accommodate five adults, with large luggage capacity and additional seats in the third row to meet the needs of a modern young family.

Datsun CROSS is available in a choice of 5-speed manual transmission or automatic XTRONIC CVT, with seven attractive color choices, including its latest colors, amber and copper.

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