Datsun continues to expand its global presence with the brand’s return to Sri Lanka, where it was first introduced in 1957. This comes just a few weeks after the brand was brought back to Lebanon.
Datsun is re-entering the market in Sri Lanka with the latest addition to its model line-up, the all-new Datsun redi-GO. Datsun redi-GO was launched in India in early June 2016.
The car will be offered through the dealer network of Nissan’s long-time partner in Sri Lanka, Associated Motorways (Private) Ltd. (AMW), according to the company.
Datsun redi-GO sales are scheduled to begin in September, with pricing and vehicle grades information to be announced as the start of sales draws closer, according to the automaker.