Nissan Magnite prices hiked by Rs 30,000

    Despite the price hike, the Nissan Magnite range still starts at Rs 5.49 lakh.

    Published On Mar 05, 2021 07:00:00 AM


    Nissan Magnite prices hiked by Rs 30,000

    Prices of the Nissan Magnite compact SUV have been hiked by the carmaker to the tune of Rs 30,000. However, it is only the turbo-petrol variants of the Magnite that have received a price increase.

    • Offered with a naturally aspirated (NA) petrol and a turbo-petrol engine
    • Only Turbo-petrol prices have been increased
    • Available in five trims –XE, XL, XV, XV Premium, XV Premium (O)

    2021 Nissan Magnite prices (ex-showroom, Delhi)
    VariantsNew PriceOld PriceDifference
    XERs 5.49 lakhRs 5.49 lakh-
    XLRs 5.99 lakhRs 5.99 lakh-
    XVRs 6.68 lakhRs 6.68 lakh-
    XV PremiumRs 7.55 lakhRs 7.55 lakh-
    Turbo XLRs 7.29 lakhRs 6.99 lakhRs 30,000
    Turbo XVRs 7.98 lakhRs 7.68 lakhRs 30,000
    Turbo XV PremiumRs 8.75 lakhRs 8.45 lakhRs 30,000
    Turbo XV Premium (O)Rs 8.85 lakhRs 8.55 lakhRs 30,000
    Turbo XL CVTRs 8.19 lakhRs 7.89 lakhRs 30,000
    Turbo XV CVTRs 8.88 lakhRs 8.58 lakhRs 30,000
    Turbo XV Premium CVTRs 9.65 lakhRs 9.35 lakhRs 30,000
    Turbo XV Premium (O) CVTRs 9.75 lakhRs 9.45 lakhRs 30,000

    2021 Nissan Magnite: price change

    As we can see in the table above, the prices of all the turbo-petrol variants – manual and automatic – have increase by a uniform Rs 30,000. While all the 1.0-litre naturally aspirated engine equipped variants have remained unchanged in terms of price. This means, the Magnites prices now range from Rs 5.49 – 9.75 lakh (ex-showroom).

    It is also worth pointing out that this is not the first time the Magnite has received a price hike. Earlier this year in January, Nissan raised the base trim’s price by Rs 50,000 (from Rs 4.99 lakh to Rs 5.49 lakh). Though this hike did not alter the prices of any other trims.

    2021 Nissan Magnite: engine and gearbox

    Nissan offers the Magnite with two petrol engine options. One is a 72hp, 1.0-litre, three-cylinder, naturally aspirated engine while the other is a 100hp, 1.0-litre, three-cylinder, turbo-petrol unit. Both engines come paired with a 5-speed manual gearbox as standard. Additionally, the turbo-petrol is available with the option of a CVT automatic gearbox (which produces 152Nm of torque - 8Nm less than the manual).

    2021 Nissan Magnite: features

    Keeping in mind its price point, the Nissan Magnite comes pretty well equipped. The top-spec XV Premium (O) trim comes with an 8.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, a 7.0-inch TFT display for the instrument cluster, voice recognition technology, a 360-degree around view camera, tyre pressure-monitor, push-button start, cruise control, and much more.

    Nissan Magnite rivals

    The Nissan Magnite is positioned in the fiercely competitive compact SUV segment where it takes on the Renault Kiger, Kia SonetHyundai VenueMahindra XUV300Tata NexonFord EcoSportMaruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza and the Toyota Urban Cruiser

    Though due to its competitive pricing, it most directly competes with its cousin the Renault Kiger. Both these SUVs are almost neck-and neck in terms of pricing and are also the most affordable models in the segment.

    Nissan Magnite vs Renault Kiger prices (ex-showroom, Delhi)
    Nissan MagniteRenault Kiger
    1.0 MTRs 5.49 - 7.55 lakhRs 5.45 - 7.55 lakh
    1.0 AT-Rs 6.59 - 8.00 lakh
    1.0 turbo MTRs 7.29 - 8.85 lakhRs 7.14 - 8.55 lakh
    1.0 turbo ATRs 8.19 - 9.75Rs 8.60 - 9.55 lakh

    Also see:

    Nissan Magnite review, road test

    Nissan Magnite secures four stars in ASEAN NCAP crash tests

    Nissan Magnite price, variants explained

    Renault Kiger vs rivals: Price, specifications comparison

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