Nissan launched the Magnite compact-SUV last year. It was the cheapest compact-SUV that you could buy at that time. However, now the crown of being the cheapest SUV has taken by its sibling, the Renault Kiger. Still, the Magnite makes a pretty compelling argument for itself. It is cheap to buy, is offered with two engine options and gets quite a bit of feature. The sub-4 metre compact-SUV segment is one of the most competitive segments of the Indian market.
Nissan was able to gather more than 40,000 bookings of Magnite in just three months of its launch. The company sold 4,244 units of the Magnite in February alone. Till now 6,582 units have been sold. Magnite is offered in 5 variants in the market. It is available in two engine options. There is the 1.0-litre three-cylinder naturally aspirated petrol engine that produces 72 PS of max power and a peak torque output of 96 Nm. It is offered with a 5-speed manual gearbox.
Then there is the 1.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine which is also a three-cylinder unit. It produces 100 PS of max power and a peak torque output of 160 Nm. It is offered with 5-speed manual gearbox or a CVT automatic transmission. The Magnite starts from Rs. 5.49 lakhs ex-showroom and goes till Rs. 9.89 lakhs ex-showroom. If you want to book your Magnite now, you would have to wait up to 8 months. One way to save your time is to opt for a pre-owned one on which you would also be able to save a bit of money. Here are three Nissan Magnites that are currently on sale in the Indian market.
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The first Magnite on our list is located in Nagaland. It is finished in black and has covered just 1,746 km. It is a 2021 model and is a first-owner vehicle. From the pictures, the compact-SUV looks in good shape. However, being in black, the minor scratches won’t show up on the pictures. So, it is better that you check out the car in person. Being the XV variant, the Magnite here comes with 16-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels, an illuminated glove box, rear centre armrest, a trunk lamp and much more. It also comes with a 7-inch TFT display for the driver which shows various information to the driver. It shows you the tyre pressure monitoring system, illumination control, fuel economy, fuel history, door ajar warning and much more. The seller is demanding Rs. 6.8 looks, and you can get in touch with the seller by clicking here.
Magnite XV Premium
The seller says that this Magnite is the top of the line, XV Premium variant. It comes with many bells and whistles. For instance, cruise control, rear AC vents with chrome finish, front centre armrest, 12V rear power outlet, centre console finished in black, steering wheel wrapped in black leather with grey stitching, around view camera, LED Bi-projector headlamps, tyre pressure monitoring system and much more. The vehicle has covered 1,400 km and is a 2021 model. The seller is asking Rs. 9 lakhs and you can contact the seller by clicking here.
Magnite Turbo CVT
The Magnite here comes with a turbocharged petrol engine and is mated to a CVT automatic transmission. The variant of the vehicle here is not known. However, from the badging, we know that it is a turbo engine with a CVT transmission. The SUV here is located in Gujarat and it has covered 1,096 km. The seller is asking Rs. 8.49 lakhs and you can get more details by clicking here.
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