Nissan Magnite User Review From Ex-Maruti Swift Owner
Nissan Magnite was launched in the country on December 2nd last year. With the lowest starting price for a sub-4-meter compact SUV ever, the Magnite hit the headlines. Nissan closed last year with a small increase in Nissan Magnite prices. Despite the increased prices Magnite maintains high numbers in the sales balance. In case you’re interested in bringing home a Nissan Magnite, here’s a detailed review of owning this affordable sub-4 meter compact SUV. This ownership review video was shared by Free Advice on YouTube.
The video shows hosts meeting a Nissan Magnite owner – Dr. Punit, who is from Hanumangarh, Rajasthan – ask a series of questions. This particular example is the XL fairing of the Magnite, which is powered by the turbo power plant, which here is coupled to the CVT box. The owner paid Rs. 9.40 lakh the street price for his property. The hosts ask the owner why he chose the Magnite over the Nexon. To which the Magnite owner replies that it was the newest product in its segment at the time of purchase. In addition, it is equipped with an automatic CVT, while the Nexon receives an AMT.
In terms of fuel efficiency, the owner claims it can deliver 12 to 13 km / h in the city while returning 16 km / h on highways. The Magnite owner also claims he went head over heels for the overall design of the Magnite. Regarding the cons, the owner claims that Nissan’s weak service network is often a hurdle to the owner experience. Additionally, the Magnite doesn’t feel as sophisticated as its former daily driver – Maruti Swift, who was powered by a gasoline engine.
In the initial phase, the owner also had minor electronic malfunctions with various electronic devices such as the infotainment unit, the instrument cluster and much more. However, the owner is very pleased with their decision to buy a Nissan Magnite over its competitors. Currently the Nissan Magnite is available with two engine options – 1.0L NA gasoline and 1.0L turbo gasoline. Two transmission options are offered – 5-speed MT and CVT. The latter, however, is only available in the turbo versions. The prices for the Magnite range between Rs. 5.49 lakh – Rs. 9.89 lakh. With these prices, the Magnite competes with Renault Kiger, Tata Nexon, Hyundai Venue, Kia Sonet and others.