The already popular SUV, the Nissan Magnite, just became even more appealing with the launch of the Nissan Magnite EZ-Shift Auto. Previously only available in manual and CVT options, the addition of an automatic transmission will make city driving even easier.
Known as one of South Africa’s most affordable and stylish compact SUVs, the Nissan Magnite has proven very popular in the local market. All Nissan Magnite models feature advanced technologies, excellent safety and comfort, as well as great performance specs, all unheard of at its price point. What has made this car even more attractive to buyers is the recent introduction of the new base engine entry-grade Nissan Magnite.
There is no doubt that the new Nissan Magnite redefines what a compact SUV can be, packed with industry-leading technology, beautifully designed and spacious, but how about safety? The good news is that in the most recent Global NCAP tests, the Nissan Magnite achieved a four-star rating, making it a super safe vehicle.
If you’re on the lookout for an affordable and stylish compact SUV, the non-turbo Nissan Magnite should definitely be on your radar. While SUVs and crossovers are now the biggest market segment in South Africa, many models can be expensive. However, the introduction of the non-turbo Nissan Magnite models has made SUV ownership more affordable than ever before.
Nissan SA has added a new special-edition Nissan Magnite Red to its already impressive line-up. Here’s what you need to know about the specifications, pricing and blushingly good looks.
The Nissan Magnite has proved a popular choice for many compact family-car enthusiasts since it launched in South Africa in 2021. Not only is the Nissan Magnite range eye-catching and good value for money but it could take the lead in the ever-increasingly competitive budget-crossover segment.
Who would have thought the automotive world would so quickly become the diverse playing field it is today? Well, it’s about to get even better with the new Nissan Magnite Turbo CVT. Classed as a CUV or Crossover Utility Vehicle, it combines the features of both an SUV and a hatchback which makes it particularly popular among small families, professionals and weekend adventure seekers. The question many people are asking is whether the Nissan Magnite Turbo CVT is a good car. Let’s take a closer look.
The recently-launched Nissan Magnite has performed well in its recent Global NCAP (GNCAP) crash test. It scored 11.85 points out of a maximum of 17, which earned it a four-star rating for occupant protection.
The results are based on a front offset crash test at 64 km/h. An offset test crashes only one side of the front of a vehicle, meaning a smaller part of the car has to manage the full crash energy. Although this test is much more destructive, it does represent a worst-case scenario a driver can encounter on the road.
It’s not every day that a vehicle is launched and immediately ups the ante on an entire auto segment. However, that’s exactly what the launch of the brand-new Nissan Magnite managed to do. Just when you thought that compact SUVs were about as good-looking, easy to handle, and effortless to own as it would get, this fresh new model comes along and turns everything on its head.