A Nissan dealership representative explains how safe is the all-new Nissan Magnite in this video. Take a look at it here.
Nissan Magnite is coming up as one of the most celebrated products of the carmaker in the Indian market. It managed to garner over 5,000 bookings in just 5 days and around 10,000 bookings in 8 days only. A big reason for this warm response from the customers for the Magnite is because of its looks and starting price tag of Rs. 4.99 lakh. However, questions for its build quality are constantly raised by prospective customers. To find out the answers, we stumbled upon a YouTube video from the channel of Multiwheels that packs in the answers for all your queries related to the Magnite.
In the video, the host asks a set of questions to a Nissan dealership representative, who reverts with answers for all the questions. First and foremost being how the Indian audience is responding to the Magnite. The representative quotes that booking numbers portray a clear picture of the customers' response. Moreover, he adds that consumers are asking about the deliveries of their vehicles, which will begin soon across the nation. Next, the host asks about the safety quotient and build quality of the Nissan Magnite. To which, the representative replies that build quality of a car cannot be judged by its weight.
According to him, the Magnite is made of high tensile steel, which is nearly 100 times stronger than stainless steel. The molecules of high tensile steel are densely packed, and thus Magnite can absorb high-speed impacts without transferring the energy of the collision to the cabin, he claims. However, its crash-test ratings are yet to be revealed. Commenting over the after-sales & service, the Nissan representative claims that the brand has recently inaugurated more than 40 new touchpoints across the country, and the number will be increasing to a bigger figure soon.
The Magnite is available with two engine choices – 1.0L N/A petrol and 1.0L turbocharged petrol. The naturally-aspirated motor is capable of producing 72 PS of peak power, whereas the turbo-petrol unit can push out 100 PS of peak power. The Magnite comes standard with a 5-speed manual gearbox, but the turbocharged motor can be had with the optional CVT as well.