The made-in-India Nissan Magnite SUV granted a four-star crash test rating by ASEAN NCAP. Nissan’s littlest SUV, alongside India, has just gone on special in business sectors like Indonesia with more nations to follow.

Nissan Magnite crash test rating

ASEAN NCAP affirmed that the Magnite got a four-star rating, more subtleties on class savvy separation of focuses yet to uncover. Sources disclose to us that crash test results for the Magnite directed by Global NCAP required to be out in the coming months. To the extent testing guidelines go, both Global NCAP an ASEAN NCAP have minor contrasts in their individual accident test models, in any case, there are likenesses too, for example, as far as possible for the frontal effect tests.

Nissan Magnite: Under the skin

The Nissan Magnite is supported by the CMF-A+ stage that additionally supports the Renault Triber MPV and will likewise frame the base for Renault’s forthcoming Kiger minimized SUV. As of now the Magnite is the main made-in-India vehicle based on this stage to go through NCAP crash tests. The CMF-A+ is a subordinate of the Renault-Nissan CMF-A (Common Modular Family – A fragment) design that likewise supports models like the Renault Kwid and the Datsun Redigo in the Indian market. It is critical to realize that both the CMF-A stage based Kwid and Redigo haven’t fared too well in NCAP tests led before.

Nissan Magnite crash test rating: What might it be able to mean for Nissan India?

As announced before, the Magnite is the represent the moment of truth model for Nissan in India. The organization has just pulled in gigantic number of footfalls by dispatching the SUV at an extremely forceful valuing methodology for all variations. This has just brought about a long hanging tight period for certain variations.

A four-star crash test rating for the Magnite will be the good to beat all for Nissan in India, thinking about the developing acknowledgment among customers for the need of safe vehicles.

India-spec Nissan Magnite: Safety pack and tech specs

The India-spec Nissan Magnite gets security pack like double front airbags, front safety belt pre-tensioner and load limiter, ABS, EBD, back stopping sensors and front traveler safety belt update as standard. Higher variations and the turbocharged cycle of the sub-4m SUV additionally gloat of ISOFIX youngster seat mounts, ESC, footing control, slope start help, brake help, 360 degree stopping camera and a tire pressure checking framework. A highlight note is that Global NCAP just thinks about the standard wellbeing hardware while testing and granting an accident value rating.

On the mechanical front, the Magnite is fueled by a couple of normally suctioned and turbocharged 1.0-liter petroleum motors, with the last accessible with a CVT programmed transmission. There are five trims on offer – XE, XL, XV, XV Premium, XV Premium (O).

Nissan had dispatched the Magnite before the end of last year at a basic cost of Rs 4.99-9.45 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). Costs for the Magnite have gone up somewhat from January 1, 20201. All things considered, anticipate that the Magnite should keep up its situation as the most moderate conservative SUV in the Indian market.

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