Nissan Extends Magnite AMT Introductory Price Till Nov 30

Pune: Nissan, the Japanese car maker, on Tuesday extended the introductory price offer on all bookings of the Magnite AMT till November 30 to boost sales in the fiercely competitive car market led by dominant market leader Maruti Suzuki.

The Magnite AMT was launched at the end of last month at an introductory price of Rs 6.50 lakh at the Delhi showroom.

The new SUV is available in five variants: XE, XL, XV, Kuro Special Edition and XV Premium.

The Magnite AMT is powered by a 1.0-litre naturally aspirated petrol engine that makes 71 BHP and 96 Nm. The engine is mated with a 5-speed automated manual transmission.

The Magnite EZ-Shift gearbox offers automatic and manual driving modes.

The Nissan Magnite EZ-Shift is equipped with a 5-speed automated manual transmission, that provides an accessible automatic with the comfort of clutch-less easy driving.

Nissan has branded its accessible 2-pedal transmission for the Magnite as ‘EZ-Shift’- which stands for Easy, Economical and Exciting.

The Nissan Magnite EZ-Shift assesses driving conditions to automatically optimize gear shifts, which ensures ease of driving for customers by avoiding manual clutch operation especially in city traffic.

It features anti-stall and kick-down as well as a creep function that lets you drive the car at low speed by releasing the brake pedal without having to use the accelerator.

It also comes with vehicle dynamic control as standard, along with hill start assist.

"Nissan Magnite has been a game-changer, setting new benchmarks with its strong value proposition, top-tier safety ratings, and low cost of ownership. The Nissan Magnite EZ-Shift, launched today at a very aggressive introductory price breaks boundaries as the most accessible affordable AMT in SUV, sedan and hatchback categories and is a game changer for accessible convenience for a wider range of customer preferences for a seamless exciting driving experience,” said Rakesh Srivastava, Managing Director at Nissan Motor India.

( Source : Deccan Chronicle. )
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