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Nissan Magnite bookings open and launch set for late November

by Navyatha Sandiri


  • A HRA0 1.0-liter, Turbo-engine, and X-Tronic transmission option are offered to Nissan Magnite in multiple colours.
  • Wireless charging, ambient lighting and other features of Magnite are added to the optional Tech pack at an extra cost.
  • Magnite is potentially going to disrupt its competitors’ pricing systems.

The Magnite price range is to be about €5.50 lakh and €9 lakh (ex showroom prices), according to a document leaked.

Nissan Magnite is the coming next big-ticket launch in the Indian car market, because this time around in the successful subcompact SUV category, the Japanese car maker is trying to say the last thing. According to reports, some Nissan dealers had already approved pre-launch reservations for Magnite although this was not officially confirmed by the company.

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The Magnite is almost confirmed, however as Nissan looks at battling the likes of Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, Hyundai Venue, Mahindra XUV300 and the latest launch of Sonet by Kia and Toyota Urban Cruise. 

Bookings Open

The booking sum for Magnite, which is recorded in many reports, is $12,000 to $25 000 for those dealerships that take orders before startups. The Magnite development version already been introduced and descriptions of its models, engine choices, transmissions and colours. Nissan’s greatest trump card may be the pricing structure which could greatly disrupt rivals and in some models.

This might allow Nissan to create a successful mark on the market, which is crucial to its destiny in the country. Magnite having a lot of hopes, as otherwise the car manufacturer did not experience any of its products in recent times as good. This Magnite is now recognised as a transport after foreign achievements such as X-Trail and Patrol. The HRA0 1.0 litre Turbo engine would be in its heart, which promises to have a maximum power output of 100 Ps (approx 80 bhp) and a peak torque of 160 Nm.

Magnite will be available for up to 20 variants in four broad trims – XE, XL, XV and XV Premium.

Magnite will be sold in eight colours – five single tones and three dual tones – until introduced.

An optional technical package will also be made available at an additional cost, which will include features such as wireless charging, ambient lighting and more in the Magnite “as reported by auto.hindustantimes.com”.

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