Nissan Magnite Bookings Cross 50,000;  Waiting time to shorten yourself soon – Complete information

Nissan Magnite Bookings Cross 50,000; Waiting time to shorten yourself soon – Complete information


It’s been a little over four months Nissan started the Magnite In India, the carmaker has already made over 50,000 bookings for the sub-compact SUV. Nissan has seen overwhelming demand for the Magnite in India thanks to its fantastic pricing and value for money. The company states that almost 60% of all bookings received are for the top variants – XV and XV Premium – with up to 15% being booked for the CVT variants. Nissan has delivered over 10,000 units of the Magnite to date. Of course there is a big G between supply and demand, which has resulted in unusually long waiting times. Nissan currently works three shifts at the Oragadam plant in Tamil Nadu, producing just over 2,700 units per month. The company intends to increase production capacity to around 3,500 units per month by July in order to reduce waiting times. However, these plans could be challenged by a global shortage of semiconductor chips or components, as well as the worsening Covid-19 situation in the country. So far, the Magnite has been solely responsible for resuscitating the automaker’s dying fate in India. Depending on the variant, the waiting time for the Magnite is a maximum of 8 months in certain cities.

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It’s been a little over four months Nissan started the Magnite In India, the carmaker has already made over 50,000 bookings for the sub-compact SUV. Nissan has seen overwhelming demand for the Magnite in India thanks to its fantastic pricing and value for money. The company states that almost 60% of all bookings received are for the top variants – XV and XV Premium – with up to 15% being booked for the CVT variants. Nissan has delivered over 10,000 units of the Magnite to date. Of course there is a big G between supply and demand, which has resulted in unusually long waiting times. Nissan currently works three shifts at the Oragadam plant in Tamil Nadu, producing just over 2,700 units per month. The company intends to increase production capacity to around 3,500 units per month by July in order to reduce waiting times. However, these plans could be challenged by a global shortage of semiconductor chips or components, as well as the worsening Covid-19 situation in the country. So far, the Magnite has been solely responsible for resuscitating the automaker’s dying fate in India. Depending on the variant, the waiting time for the Magnite is a maximum of 8 months in certain cities.

All new Nissan Magnite First Review page on the leftNissan has received over 50,000 bookings for Magnite in India but has shipped just over 10,000 units to date.

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According to an official statement, Nissan had total sales of 4,012 units in March 2021. In comparison, the automaker sold just 825 vehicles in March 2020. That equates to a nearly four-fold increase in sales (386%), and the Magnite can easily be understood to have contributed to those numbers. Nissan currently only has three models on offer in India – the Magnite, Kicks and the GT-R. The kicks only brings reasonable numbers for Nissan and shows its age given the newer competition. Meanwhile it is GT-R sports car only sells a handful, if any.

All New Nissan Magnite First Review Interior DashbThanks to its fantastic pricing and value for money, the Magnite has helped to quadruple Nissan’s sales in India.

The Nissan Magnite is available with two petrol engines. There is a 72 hp 1.0 liter naturally aspirated petrol engine and a 100 hp 1.0 liter turbo petrol engine. Well, those aren’t class-leading numbers, but the 1.0-liter turbo gasoline engine does a good job lugging the Magnite around pretty quick indeed. The basic 1.0L engine is exclusively equipped with a 5-speed manual transmission, while the turbo gasoline engine also has the option of a CVT automatic transmission. The prices for the Nissan Magnite are currently between 5.49 lakh and 9.90 lakh (from the showroom). The Magnite is one of the best equipped vehicles at this price point. Some highlights include an 8-inch infotainment system with wireless Ple CarPlay and Android Auto, technology for connected cars, cruise control, a 7-inch digital driver display and LED headlights with DRLs, a 360-degree camera, keyless entry with push-button start and much more. To keep prices down while still offering features like ambient lighting, wireless charging and more, Nissan is offering an optional Tech Pack for an additional INR 38,000. The Magnite is in the crowded sub-compact SUV segment, where it can compete with such Hyundai venue, Kia Sonet, Tata Nexon, Mahindra XUV300, and the Ford Ecosport.

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