Exciting news is here if you are looking to get a Nissan Magnite. The Japanese carmaker has teased yet another special edition of the Magnite SUV for the Indian market. The brand is calling this trim the ‘Magnite Geza Edition’. The bookings of the same are currently open for a token amount of INR 11,000. Nissan mentioned that it will announce the prices of this SUV on 26 May, 2023.
What Is The Geza Edition?
The Magnite Geza Edition draws its inspiration from Japanese theatres and its musical theme. In terms of feature addition, the new edition will benefit from a nine-inch touchscreen infotainment unit with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity. Magnite Geza will get JBL-sourced speakers, ambient lighting, a new rear camera, a shark fin antenna, and a new beige colour seat upholstery.
Key Safety Features
As for the safety features, the new Geza Edition will come equipped with ESP, Hill start assist, TCS, and TPMS. As for the engine options, it will continue with the BS6 phase 2-updated engines. Currently, Magnite’s prices start from INR 6 lakh (ex-showroom) in India.
Nissan Magnite has witnessed an overwhelming response ever since its initial launch With over one lakh bookings received, its price proposition is what is attracting customers. The exciting 1.0 turbo-petrol engine has garnered significant interest among customers Having said that, the option of a 1.2-liter naturally-aspirated petrol engine is also available.
Magnite – The Success Story For Nissan
The Nissan Magnite nameplate has been quite a successful model for the Japanese car manufacturer. Despite facing massive challenges in India’s competitive car market, Magnite has made it big. Initially, the Magnite was brought in with a starting price below INR 5 lakh (ex-showroom). This was a big move as it resonated well with prospective customers. Despite subsequent price adjustments, Magnite has stayed in the competition and maintained its popularity. With the launch of this special edition variant, Nissan is aiming towards further growth and increased interest in the Magnite nameplate.
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