Nissan Magnite XE: Specs, Price, Exterior & Interior & More

Everyone is waiting for the next sub-compact SUV to be released in India, and Magnite is the talk of the town right now. The Magnite made a good first impression during its formal unveiling last month, adding to the segment’s popularity in the nation which has been growing over the past few years. crammed with features and offering the most comfort and space in its class. That’s what the most recent pictures of its base Nissan Magnite XE model indicate.

The Japanese brand has previously revealed data and released a brochure, which together with these photos suggests that the base model has a respectable number of extras.

Nissan Magnite XE Specifications

Engine1.0-litre Petrol
Power72 PS @ 6,250 rpm
Torque96 Nm @ 3,500 rpm
Transmission5-speed Manual
DrivetrainFront-wheel Drive
Fuel Efficiency18.75 km/litre (ARAI-certified)
Fuel TypePetrol
Seating Capacity5
Length3,994 mm
Width1,758 mm
Height1,572 mm
Wheelbase2,500 mm
Ground Clearance205 mm
Boot Space336 litres
Tyre Size195/60 R16
Wheel Size16-inch
BrakesFront Discs and Rear Drums
SuspensionMacPherson Struts with Coil Springs (Front)
 Twin Tube Telescopic Shock Absorbers (Rear)
SteeringElectric Power Steering (EPS)
Instrument ClusterDigital-Analog Combination
Audio System2-DIN Audio with AM/FM, Bluetooth and USB
AirbagsDual Front Airbags and ABS with EBD
PriceStarting at Rs. 5.59 lakhs (ex-showroom)

Nissan Magnite XE On-Road Price

Ex-Showroom PriceRs.5,99,900
Others Rs.6,500
Optional Rs.19,323

Exterior Styling

Based on the pictures, many features from the fully functional prototype that was shown off when it was first unveiled are missing. Nevertheless, given that it has a comparable front fascia and a matching mesh grille, it doesn’t appear to be bare bones. Regards for providing the pictures and video to Vishnu, a lover of cars.

The headlight cluster is the same, however, the base model has halogen bulbs instead of the LED bi-projector units used in the top-spec vehicle. Additionally vacant is the L-shaped DRL, leaving a gap that is covered by a glass panel. It is anticipated that the base manual Nissan Magnite XE model will cost Rs 5.33 lakhs, ex-showroom.

The Nissan Magnite XE base trim has split taillights and a single-tone bumper at the back, in contrast to higher-specced versions. The base version of Magnite has a traditional cord antenna instead of a shark-fin antenna, which is another obvious distinction. Its base version also comes with a defogger and a rear window wiper. All variations come included with functional sport roof rails, which can support a load of up to 50 kg.

The primary distinction is the usage of 16-inch steel rim wheels as opposed to the higher variations’ dual-tone diamond-cut alloy wheels. Additionally, the door handles lack chrome embellishments and are body-colored. Not only are the wing mirrors devoid of body color, but they also lack integrated turn indicators. It still gets blacked-out pillars, though, much like the other levels with more progression.

Interiors And Features On Offer

Once inside the cabin, minor variations become apparent. It gets upholstery made of black cloth accented with light gray fabric. The silver-gray design of the dashboard is accented with black accents, creating a dual-tone look.  Once inside the cabin, minor variations become apparent. It gets upholstery made of black cloth accented with light gray fabric. The silver-gray design on the dashboard is matched with black accents, creating a dual-tone appearance.

Powertrain & Transmission

It is quite well equipped for a base variant, as you can see, and after-market items will undoubtedly increase its appeal. The 1.0-liter B4D dual-VVT normally aspirated engine and the 1.0-liter HRAO turbocharged engine are the two petrol engine options that Nissan Magnite will be available with, as we well know. For the turbocharged model, a CVT is an available transmission option, while a 5-speed manual is the standard option.

Estimated Price & Launch

Nissan Magnite is anticipated to make its official debut later this month and will begin appearing in showrooms by the end of the year. Anticipated to retail at between Rs 5.5 – Rs 8 lakh (ex-showroom), it is purported to be the most reasonably priced subcompact SUV thus far. It will face off against a plethora of competitors, such as Hyundai Venue, Kia Sonet, and Tata Nexon.

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