Nissan Magnite is the upcoming sub-compact SUV from the brand. This might be the cheapest subcompact SUV of the segment but as for now, the prices are not out. What we know about the vehicle is that the vehicle will come in 4 trims and the features that will be offered on each of them. This article will take you through all the 4 main variants and tell about the Nissan Magnite Features that are offered on each variant.
XE trim comes only in 1 engine and gearbox option. This being the base variant gets the least amount of features. To know about the safety of this car and compare it with others in the segment click here – Safety in Sub-compact SUV segment. On this, you get a regular key with a tumbler instead of the start-stop button mechanism. Power windows for all passengers are available for all passengers. Also, the rear wiper comes in the features list right from the base trim.
The XL comes with 2 engine options and 2 gearbox options. The features change depending on the Turbo Engine and CVT gearbox too. Over the features in the XE variants, the XL gets central locking, and speed sensing lock and unlock feature. For the Turbo engine, it gets traction control as well as hill assist. Keyless entry is available only on the CVT gearbox option. The turn indicators are placed on the ORVMs. To differentiate the CVT from the exterior it gets chrome door handles too.
The Wheels are 16- inch steel wheels but with dual-tone hubcaps. Moving to the inside there are rear seat cup holders in addition to the door side bottle holders only on the turbo variant. Also only the turbo variant gets 60:40 rear seat split. This variant onwards you get a 2 din audio system in the Nissan Magnite features list along with 4 speakers and 2 tweeters. Note that this is not the JBL system. It also misses out on the touchscreen but there is Bluetooth phone connectivity.
On the CVT XL variant, you get a start-stop button. The power window gets a one-touch up-down feature for the only driver side. The mirrors get electrical adjusts and the AC gets auto temperature to adjust. A small touch is that the CVT also gets a dead pedal but it should have been offered on the manual variant too.
The XV is slightly better than the XL variant. the XL has most of the features covered that we see on the XV. So here we are going to mention only the additional features that you get on the XV variant.
The CVT now gets an overdrive function. Also, the glove box and trunk gets a lamp inside. A 7-inch drive assist system is offered which shows some stats of the vehicles. It does missout on the TPMS which is only on the topmost variant. It gets voice control and TFT meter control.
XV gets an 8-inch touch screen system in the centre. This has a ton of features with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. It does miss out on the 360 camera.
This is the full package in the Nissan Magnite features list. In addition to the XV it gets a 360 camera. The Nissan Connect is an optional extra on the turbo variant only. This gives 50 features for your car to be controlled via smartphone.
It gets Tyre Pressure monitoring system along with cruise control which enhances the driving ease. In the interiors of the car, AC vents get the silver finish. There is a charging socket at the rear too.
The tech pack is available as an optional extra and can be fitted on XV and XV premium. It includes features like wireless charger, air purifier, JBL speakers LED scuff plates, Ambient lighting and puddle lamps. This is a dealership fitment and the availability might differ from dealer to dealer.