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Nissan Magnite compact SUV accessories listed officially

Nissan launched the all-new Magnite in the market only a few weeks ago. It has become the most affordable car in the sub-4m compact SUV segment and takes on the likes of Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, Hyundai Venue, Ford EcoSport, Tata Nexon and the likes. Well, after announcing the price of the all-new Magnite, Nissan has now officially revealed the accessory list of the vehicle. Here is the full list with prices and details.

The accessories will be installed at the dealership level through trained service professionals. There is a wide range of accessories including several guards for the exterior and accessories like mats, covers and seat covers for the cabin.

Accessory Item Price
Door edge guard Rs 290
Steering wheel cover Rs 599
Mud flap Rs 699
Luggage mat Rs 799
Cushion pillow Rs 899
Seatbelt pad and neck rest Rs 999
Designer floor mat Rs 999
Front chrome garnish Rs 1,089
Bumper corner protector with chrome/ without chrome
Rs 1,299/ Rs 699
Black floor mat Rs 1,399
Body cover
Rs 1,399 to Rs 2,799
Tailgate entry guard Rs 1,599
Tail lamp and tailgate garnish Rs 1,599
Body graphics Rs 1,699
Door visor Rs 2,249
3D floor mat Rs 2,799
Sunshade- 4 windows/ Rear windshield
Rs 2,999/ Rs 1,499
Sidestep
Rs 4,299 to Rs 9,299
Underbody light Rs 4,499
Seat covers
Rs 6,999 to Rs 7,499
Alloy Wheels Rs 31,999

Apart from these accessories, Nissan also offers a Tech Pack, which adds a range of niche features as well. The price of the Tech Pack is not known yet but it adds features like the LED scuff plate, high-end speakers, wireless phone charger, air purifier, ambient lighting and puddle lamps to the car. It can be added to any variant that the customer chooses.

Nissan will also offer these accessories as packs. There is Essential, Premium and Styling. The Essential Pack will add floor and luggage mats to the car and on the outside – mud flaps. This kit costs Rs 2,249. The Premium Accessory kit is priced at Rs 8,999 but the details are not mentioned on the website. This is also the most expensive kit for the Magnite. Lastly, if you are chrome-frenzy, you can get the Styling Pack worth Rs 4,799. It will add front chrome garnish, bumper corner protector, tail lamp guard and tailgate guard.

 

As per the last update on the Magnite, the manufacturer has already received more than 5,000 bookings in five days with a waiting period of around 3 months. This is an introductory price of the Magnite, which is valid till 31st December 2020.

The all-new Magnite is powered by two petrol engine options, and there is no diesel engine available. There is a 1.0-litre naturally-aspirated petrol engine that generates a maximum power of 72 PS and peak torque of 96 Nm. It is only available with a five-speed manual transmission. The more powerful variants come powered by a 1.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine that generates a maximum power of 100 PS and peak torque of 160 Nm. It gets a 5-speed manual and a CVT automatic as well.

The naturally-aspirated petrol engine with the five-speed manual transmission returns a maximum fuel efficiency of 18.75 km/l as per ARAI while the 1.0-litre turbo-petrol returns a maximum of 20 km/l with the manual and 17.7 km/l with the CVT. These are ARAI tested figures. The Magnite offers a few first-in-segment features that set it apart from all other cars in the segment. To start with, the Magnite gets a 360-degree camera, which is not available with any other car in the segment. The system can also activate the right or left camera while parking. The Magnite offers sleekest headlamps in the segment with LED lamps.