The serial version of the Nissan Magnite cross debutedOctober 21, 2020
A presentation of the serial variation of the Nissan Magnite subcompact crossover took place in India.
It is noteworthy that the serial Magnite does not differ much from the concept presented in July this year. So, the Japanese company only slightly changed the appearance of the model.
The front of the novelty is decorated with a radiator grille in the spirit of the budget brand Datsun. The headlights are sleek blocks and have two LED projectors. L-shaped LED DRLs are installed in the lower part of the bumper and there are also LED fog lights. The hood is sharply defined, giving the Magnite a more evil look. It should be said that, in general, the novelty looks quite attractive.
The new model has 16-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels, stylish halogen taillights, two-tone rear bumper trim, which also looks quite fashionable. As for the interior of Magnite, it is made in black. Inside, it is worth noting the presence of an 8-inch screen of an infotainment complex with support for Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, a 7-inch dashboard, automatic air conditioning, cruise control, wireless charging for a smartphone and much more.
Magnite will be offered with a 1.0-liter naturally aspirated engine producing 72 hp. paired with a 5-speed manual transmission and a 1.0-liter turbo engine with an output of approximately 95 hp, which will work with a “manual” or CVT transmission. Speaking of safety, the new item is equipped with dual front airbags, ABS, stability control system, seat belt reminder and high speed alert and much more.
Acceptance of orders for the cross Magnite should start at the end of this year, in turn, its sales will start at the beginning of next year. Regarding the cost of Magnite, then for the model with “aspirated” will have to pay from 530,000 rupees, and for the version with a turbo engine – from 750,000 rupees
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