Nissan Magnite Red Edition Launching on 18th July, Bookings Open

Nissan India will soon launch a special Red Edition of the Magnite compact SUV on the 18th of July. The company has started pre-launch bookings for the same and interested customers can book the car through Nissan`s official website or at a dealership close by.


The Nissan Magnite has been a huge success for the Japanese carmaker. The compact SUV has received over 1 lakh bookings and 50,000 deliveries in the domestic market. The Red Edition gets red accents on the front grille, front bumper, wheel arches, and side body cladding.

In terms of design, the Red Edition Magnite features new body graphics, LED scuff plate, red badging, and tail door garnish. Features wise the special edition gets ambient mood lighting and a wireless charger.

The Red Edition Magnite is based on the XV variant and gets the same features which include an 8-inch touchscreen with WIFI connectivity, 7-inch TFT instrument cluster, R16 Diamond cut alloy wheels, LED DRLs, push-button start/stop, vehicle dynamics control, LED fog lamp, traction control, brake assist, hill start assist and much more.

The special edition will be available in 3 variants – XV MT Red Edition, Turbo XV MT Red Edition, and Turbo XV CVT Red Edition. The Japanese carmaker has recently incorporated new features in the SUV such as a PM2.5 filter, dual horn, and shark fin antenna.

Powering the Magnite are two petrol engine options – a 1-litre, 3-cylinder naturally-aspirated unit producing 72 HP and the same 1-liter engine with a turbocharger that pumps out 100 HP and 160 Nm.


In terms of transmission options, both engines will be available with a 5-speed manual gearbox as standard. The turbocharged petrol motor is also available with an automatic CVT transmission.

The Nissan Magnite Red Edition will rival the likes of the Renault Kiger, Tata Nexon, and the Kia Sonet in its segment.

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