The country’s cheapest compact SUV Nissan Magnite surprised everyone in terms of its affordable price and now once again this vehicle has surprised everyone. Recently, Magnite has got four stars in the Asean NCAP Crash Test, and this rating is considered very good in terms of safety. In such a situation, this is a big thing for those who are thinking of buying this car.
This is the price of the car
The company has kept the price of Magnite, which is till December 31, after which the price will increase. It is believed that the company can increase the price of this vehicle by up to 60 thousand rupees. The Magnite has a 1.0 liter petrol engine and 10 variants. Its X show room price is between Rs 4.99 lakh and Rs 9.59 lakh. The new Magnite impresses greatly in terms of price.
Design and space
The design of the new Magnite is bold. Its front, side and back profiles have been designed in a much better way. It doesn’t look like a small SUV from anywhere. The design of its front grille, tail lights and alloy wheels also looks quite cool. The company has kept its interior design quite simple. Its plastic quality and fit finish are fine. At the same time, the space is quite good, both the front and rear seats get good head and legroom. Apart from this, very good features have also been provided in it. It has an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment that supports wireless Apple Car Play-Android Auto. Apart from this, it also has features such as cruise control, 360 degree surround view camera, air purifier, wireless mobile charger and JBL speakers.
Engine and performance – Nissan Magnite has a petrol engine of only 1.0 liter, which will be available in two trims. A Look at Engine Details
Engine: 1.0L Petrol
Power: 72 PS
Torque: 96 NM
Gears: 5 speed manual
Mileage: 18.75 kmpl
Engine: 1.0L Turbo Petrol
Power: 100 PS
Torque: 152/160 NM
Mileage: 17.7 / 20 kmpl
Its 1.0 liter turbo petrol engine does not give a chance to be disappointed in terms of power. Power is also available when overtaking on the highway. Its combination with automatic (CVT) gearbox is quite good, its handling and ride quality also do not disappoint. But its suspension is hard, but it helps in getting out of bad paths easily. There is definitely a voice in the cabin but it does not bother you much. But if your budget is not much, then you can go towards its normal petrol engine, which also has good performance.
There is a collision with these cars
The new Nissan Magnite will compete directly with vehicles such as Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, Hyundai Venue, Kia Sonnet, Tata Nexon Ford Eco Sport and Mahindra XUV300. If you are planning to buy a compact SUV that has good looks, features, space and performance and you do not want to stretch your budget too much, then this vehicle can prove to be a good option for you. At present, it is also value for money in terms of price.