Nissan commences booking for Magnite; Here is the variant wise price list
NEW DELHI: Nissan India has announced the price and commenced bookings of the all-new Nissan Magnite across all Nissan dealerships and on its website. The B-segment SUV will be available at a special introductory price of INR 4,99,000 (ex-showroom) until December 31, 2020.
"The all-new Nissan Magnite marks the beginning of a new chapter in the Nissan NEXT strategy for both the Indian and global market. Built on the philosophy of 'Make in India, Make for the World', the all-new Nissan Magnite comes with more than 20 first-in-class and best-in-segment features that provide consumers with a differentiated, innovative and accessible ownership experience," said Sinan Ozkok, President, Nissan Motor India.
In line with Nissan's philosophy of continuous innovation, Nissan is providing its renowned technologies across the model range, including X-TRONIC CVT, Cruise Control, 360-degree Around View Monitor and Nissan Connect.
Nissan Magnite is only offered in Petrol with 3 engine options. Find the pricing of all the variants below -
Nissan has also introduced what they call it an optional 'Tech Pack' which includes wireless charger, air purifier, ambient mood lighting, puddle lamps and high-end speakers.
Nissan India today has also launched a virtual test drive feature that allows the customer to experience the new Magnite on their personal device. This interactive drive experience gives Nissan customers a chance to drive the SUV with a virtual sales consultant.
Nissan Magnite is the company's first-ever product under the Nissan NEXT strategy for the Indian market. Magnite is amongst the eight models that Nissan is going to introduce in the Indian market in the coming year. The Nissan Magnite will be available in nine body colours, five monotone and four dual-tone. The new addition to this segment of cars will be Nissan's new Flare Garnet Red (Tint-Coat) Colour.
Magnite will be competing against the Kia Sonet, Hyundai Venue and other cars of the same segment. The Magnite will miss out on one complete set of customers who prefer to buy a diesel car.