Nissan Magnite engine and variant details revealed
Ahead of its launch in the next few weeks, Nissan India has now revealed variant and engine details of the upcoming Nissan Magnite. As expected, the Magnite will come with two engine options. The Magnite will be powered by the 1.0-litre naturally-aspirated B4D motor with 72PS and 96 Nm and the 1.0-litre HRA0 turbo petrol engine expected to make 100PS and 152 Nm and pair with a five-speed manual and a CVT.
The Magnite will be offered in five variants. The base petrol engine will be offered in the four lowest trim while the turbo-petrol engine option will skip the base version and be offered in the rest of the range with both manual and CVT options.
Nissan Magnite XE
The base variant of the Magnite will get standard 16-inch wheels, skid plates, functional roof rails, 3.5-inch LCD cluster, all-power windows and dual-tone interiors
Nissan Magnite XL
This entry-mid variant will have 6 speakers for the integrated audio system, steering wheel audio control, automatic AC and electrically adjustable & foldable outside mirrors
Nissan Magnite XV
This mid-high variant of the Magnite will additionally come with 16-inch diamond cut alloys, LED daytime running lamps (DRL) and foglamps, 8-inch floating touch screen (with Wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto), 7-inch TFT meter, voice recognition, rear-view camera and push-button start
Nissan Magnite XV Premium
Finally, the top-spec version of the Magnite will add LED bi-projector headlamps, cruise control, 360-degree around view monitor, tire pressure monitor and an all-black interior theme
Further, the Magnite will come with a Tech pack optionable on the XV and Xv Premium variants. This adds wireless charger, air purifier, ambient mood lighting, puddle lamps and JBL speakers.
Starts Rs 4.99 Lakhs
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