The company has so far not announced any increase in the price of the range topping ie XV Premium (O) Turbo Petrol lineup.
Nissan Magnite entered the market in December 2020, where the starting price of this vehicle starts at Rs 5 lakh. Despite the initial prices, fan followings of this vehicle have started increasing day by day. Since the launch of the vehicle, the company has hiked prices twice in a quarter so far. The first price increase was in January this year, where the base spec XE was made expensive by Rs 50,000, while this is the third time the price increase in the entire period.
Nissan has increased the price of non-turbo variants by Rs 33,000 here. On the other hand, the prices of turbo petrol variants have been made expensive by Rs 20,000. That is, since the launch, an increase of Rs 50,000 has been seen so far.
However, so far the company has not announced any increase in the price of the range topping ie XV Premium (O) Turbo Petrol Lineup. Nissan’s connected car technology has been used in the XV Premium and XV Premium (O) variants.
Magnite only comes in petrol now. In this, customers get two engine options, one is a naturally aspirated 1.0 that gives 72PS and 96Nm of torque, while the 1.0 liter turbo petrol engine gives 100 PS and 160Nm of torque. The former model gets 5 speed MT option while the later model gets 5 speed MT or CVT option.
Magnite is the company’s first subcompact SUV and the Made-in-India model has just received a 4 star safety rating from ASEAN NCAP. The vehicle has been receiving strong reviews ever since Magnite was launched. The Nissan competes with the Hyundai Venue, Renault Kaigar, Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, Toyota Urban Cruiser, Kia Sonnet, Mahindra XUV300, Ford Ecosport and Tata Nexon.
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