Nissan Magnite has been revealed officially by the Japanese automobile giant today in India. This is an all-new car build on the modified CMF-A+ platform. Before the official launch, Nissan has revealed a lot about the all-new Magnite. Here are the details.
The Nissan Magnite is a sub-4m compact SUV that will take on the likes of Hyundai Venue, Kia Seltos, Tata Nexon and the likes. It is the brand’s first sub-4m compact SUV anywhere in the world. It has been designed by keeping Indian customers and market in mind while it is designed in Japan. It gets some chunky looking details all around but the dimensions of the car have not been revealed just yet.
At the front, the Magnite offers a bold-looking hexagonal grille with chrome brackets on either side. There are sleek all-LED headlamps on either side and Nissan claims that these are the sleekest lamps in the segment. They do add a sharp look to the face of the Magnite. Down below, there is a bold looking bumper finished with an aggressive-looking skid plate. Also, there are square-shaped fog lamps.
The side profile is highlighted by the good-looking 16-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels. The wheel arches also get black cladding that adds a chunky look to the vehicle. Nissan has also added roof rails that add height to the car and they are functional with 50kg load capacity. The car gets split tail lamps in the rear which get all-LED set-up.
On the inside, the Magnite gets all-digital 7.0-inch instrument cluster. It is a TFT instrument cluster and looks extremely advanced and modern. The instrument cluster has different modes that can be engaged while driving and it shows the tyre pressure status too. There is an 8.0-inch infotainment system with segment-first wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay system. It gets 6 speakers but the brand is not known as of now. Also, there is wireless charging system and a segment-first 360-degree camera that makes parking the car in cramped spaces very easy.
The Magnite also boasts of segment’s biggest 10-litre glove box and there are bottle holders on all the doors. The rear armrest also gets two cup holders and a phone holder. It also boasts of biggest shoulder room in the segment for the front seats and longest knee room for the rear passengers. The boot space is 362 litres, which is good enough to fit luggage for five for a weekend drive.
Nissan is yet to reveal the engine specifications but has revealed that it will get a 1.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine and X-Tronic CVT transmission too. The safety net includes a vehicle dynamics control (VDC), hill start assist, traction control, ABS, anti-roll bar and dual airbags.