Nissan India reported whole gross sales of 3,209 items final month, a development of over 296 per cent over 810 items offered in August 2020.

Nissan India's domestic wholesales stood at 3,209 units in August 2021
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Nissan India’s home wholesales stood at 3,209 items in August 2021

Nissan India has introduced month-to-month figures for August 2021. The carmaker reported home wholesales of 3,209 items together with Nissan and Datsun vary final month, recording a development of 296 per cent in comparison with 810 items offered within the corresponding month final yr. However, the Japanese carmaker’s month-on-month gross sales have witnessed a drop of over 154 per cent in comparison with 8,156 items offered in July this yr. Additionally, the model introduced that the Magnite subcompact SUV has obtained greater than 60,000 bookings.

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The Magnite and the Kicks are the one two choices from Nissan in India.

Rakesh Srivastava, Managing Director, Nissan Motor India Ltd. stated, “With the start of the festive season, customer sentiments are positive with increasing inflow of bookings, the challenge is on the supply side with shortages & increased lead time of semi-conductors supply impacting the availability of vehicles. We foresee this challenge to continue during the coming months while we continue to work with the supply chain in an endeavour to deliver more Nissan Magnite to customers so that they can enjoy the game-changing SUV at the earliest, while we continue to focus on customer experience strengthening the network by increasing the capacity and capability.”


The Magnite subcompact SUV has obtained greater than 60,000 bookings.


The Nissan Magnite is offered in a 20-grade line-up, with 36 combos to select from. Prices of the subcompact SUV begin from ₹ 5.59 lakh, going as much as ₹ 9.74 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The SUV comes with a alternative of two petrol engine choices – the 1.0 litre naturally aspirated motor and the 1.0-litre turbo petrol unit. While the previous is tuned to make round 71 bhp and 96 Nm of torque, the latter churns 99 bhp and 160 Nm of torque. Transmission duties are dealt with by a five-speed guide gearbox as normal, whereas the turbo petrol unit additionally comes with an elective CVT automated unit. The CVT variant affords barely much less torque at 152 Nm.

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