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Nissan Magnite RED Edition bookings open in India

Written by Nayak

Nissan India has started with the bookings for the Magnite Red Edition. The carmaker has announced that they will launch this specific trim on July 18th. With over 50,000 deliveries and 1,00,000 bookings, Magnite has been a top choice amongst the customers. With the demand for SUVs growing strong, the Magnite is also garnering significant sales volume.

Thus to keep up with the competition and make the Magnite even more appealing, Nissan has come up with the Magnite Red. Nissan recently updated the Magnite with the MY22 launch. As a part of this, the SUV now gets a Dual horn, a shark fin antenna, and a PM2.5 filter. The Magnite has played a very important role in the resurgence of the Nissan brand in India. Hence, the carmaker is doing all to keep the product relevant in the ever-evolving SUV segment.

What Is Magnite Red?

Based on the popular XV variant of the Magnite, this Red trim gets a host of differentiating additions. This includes more muscular exteriors with added aesthetics. For starters, there’s now a red accent that covers the front grille and a front bumper cladding. The more pronounced muscular look is because of the added wheel arch and body side cladding. In terms of aesthetics, the trim also gets bold body graphics, a tail door garnish, and an LED Scuff plate.

There’s also a prominent Red Edition-specific badge that adds to the exclusiveness. In terms of features, the Red Edition also benefits from sophisticated tech features. Notable mentions include a wireless charger and ambient mood lighting. Other key features are an 8.0 touchscreen with Wifi connectivity, 7.0 full TFT instrument cluster, LED DRLs, R16 Diamond Cut Alloy Wheels, Brake Assist, Hill Start Assist, Push button Start/Stop, LED Fog Lamp, Traction Control System, Vehicle dynamics Control etc. Pre-bookings for this Red edition are already open. Customers can visit their nearest Nissan dealerships or visit Nissan India’s website to register their interest.

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