Nissan Magnite Receives Over 50,000 Bookings

Nissan Magnite Ground Clearance

Nissan Motor India received 50,000 bookings since the launch of Magnite SUV in December 2020. The company has sold over 10,000 Magnite units in just four months since its launch. It is revealed that the top-spec XV and XV Premium variants constitute over 60% of the bookings while CVT models constitute 15% of the bookings. Online bookings constitute around 10% of the Nissan Magnite bookings to date. Nissan has also declared that over 2.78 lakh inquiries have been made since the sub-compact Magnite has been launched.

We are extremely overwhelmed with the customer response for the big, bold, beautiful Nissan Magnite. The 50,000 bookings milestone is a testament of the Customers trust in the Nissan brand and the love for the Charismatic SUV with a revolutionary value proposition as part of Nissan NEXT, the transformation plan towards building a stronger presence and future,” said Rakesh Srivastava, Managing Director, Nissan Motor India.

Nissan Magnite is powered by two petrol engine options: a 1.0 litre naturally aspirated motor and a 1.0-litre turbo petrol unit. The naturally aspirated motor is tuned to produce around 71 bhp maximum power and 96 Nm peak torque while the turbo petrol unit produces 99 bhp of maximum power and 160 Nm of peak torque. The turbo petrol engine has an optional CVT transmission unit that produces a slightly less torque of 152 Nm. The standard 5-speed manual gearbox handles the transmission duties.

Nissan Motors is offering a 20-grade line-up, with 36 combinations for the Nissan Magnite to the customers. It can produce over 2700 units per month and has over 4 months waiting period depending on the variant. The company has an objective to bring down the waiting period by increasing its production capacity to around 3,500 units a month by July.

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