Nissan Magnite Geza Special Edition launched at Rs 7.39 lakh

    The Magnite Geza Special Edition is available only in one variant; gets a 9-inch infotainment unit.

    Published On May 26, 2023 04:59:00 PM


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    Nissan has launched the Magnite Geza Special Edition at a starting price of Rs 7.39 lakh, and bookings have been opened for a token amount of Rs 11,000. The new edition is inspired by Japanese theatre and focuses more on the musical experience. 

    1. Geza Special Edition is mechanically the same as the standard Magnite
    2. Bookings opened at Rs 11,000

    Nissan Magnite Geza Special Edition: new features 

    The new special edition features an updated 9-inch touchscreen infotainment unit – an inch larger than the one available in the regular Magnite – and is now wirelessly compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Other audio upgrades include JBL speakers, although Nissan has not clarified how many come equipped with the car. 

    Just like the Red Edition of the Magnite revealed last year, the Magnite Geza Edition also gets ambient lighting, although Nissan has also stated that it can be controlled via a phone app. It gets beige seat covers that the company says is an optional add-on. 

    Two features from the regular Magnite that make their way to this special edition are a rear camera with guidelines and a shark-fin antenna.

    Nissan Magnite Geza Special Edition: engine, gearbox and colours

    According to the Nissan India Website, the Magnite Geza Special Edition is available exclusively in one variant – a 72hp, 1.0-litre naturally aspirated petrol engine mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox. The Magnite Geza come in five colour options: Onyx Black, Sandstone Brown, Storm White, Flare Garnet Red and Blade Silver. 

    Nissan Magnite Geza Special Edition: rivals 

    The Nissan Magnite faces stiff competition in this segment from the likes of the Hyundai Venue, Tata Nexon, Kia Sonet, Mahindra XUV300, Maruti Suzuki Fronx, Renault Kiger and Tata Punch.

    If you had to choose one in the price range, would you pick the Nissan Magnite? 

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    Nissan Magnite review, road test

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