Nissan Magnite Interior Image Gallery: Each And Every Corner Covered

Do the interiors impress as much as the exterior? Take a closer look in our gallery

The Magnite, an important revival model for Nissan in India, has been revealed globally. First impressions are rather positive as the exterior design looks smashing, similar to the concept. The interior seems familiar too with cues from the Triber. That said, there is more to the Magnite’s interior as it comes with loads of interesting elements. Here’s a closer look:


The Nissan Magnite gets an all-black dashboard with contrasting silvers. Plastic quality is satisfactory and similar to say a Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, though the Hyundai and Kia SUVs are still certainly the segment benchmarks. 


The main interesting element is this 7-inch coloured instrument display. The graphics differ as you browse through different menus and the user interface is slick and gimmicky. 

The 3-spoke steering wheel is only adjustable for height and not reach. The right spoke houses the buttons for MID and cruise control while the buttons on the left are used to control the infotainment system. 


The dashboard’s central layer’s basic layout is similar to the Renault Triber. But Nissan has spruced it up with funky bits such as the Lamborghini-inspired AC vents on top. The 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system features a segment-first wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay integration. It also comes with connected car technology. 


Below the infotainment system are the chunky knobs for automatic climate control with in-dial displays.


Nissan offers an optional tech pack that adds features like a wireless phone charger, ambient lighting, air purifier, and a JBL sound system. Note the engine start-stop button in this picture. 


The stubby gear level for the CVT automatic variants come with a contrasting silver element. Behind the gear lever are two cup holders and the manual parking brake lever. 


The large 10-litre glove box is accommodating and comes with illumination as well. 


The Magnite’s front seats are draped in fabric and come with adjustable head restraints. Nope, you neither get a leatherette seat nor ventilated seats. 

Long drives in the Magnite can be stress-free thanks to the presence of a dead pedal. However, we would’ve liked a larger brake pedal in the automatic variants.


The passenger side footwell, though, is cramped and you can’t really stretch out. 


The Magnite’s rear seats are spacious and wide enough for sitting three abreast. Moreover, there is also a centre armrest which has a cup and phone holder. The Magnite should be in your list if you’re being driven in it most of the time. 


Other comfort-based features for rear occupants include AC vents and a charging point. The front armrest is fixed and can’t be adjusted. 


Despite its spacious rear seats, the Magnite gets a decent 336-litre boot. It ain’t as large as the Kia Sonet’s 392-litre boot, but it’s on par with the rest of its rivals. 


Loading hefty luggage could be difficult since the loading lip is high. Moreover, the rear seats don’t fold flat if you want to pack in additional luggage, but they do have a 60:40 split. The above picture gives you a clear idea. 


For more details on the Nissan Magnite’s features and powertrain, click here to read our detailed first look report. The Nissan Magnite is expected to be launched in early-2021 (probably in January) and could be priced from Rs 5.5 lakh to Rs 10 lakh (ex-showroom). The Magnite will take on well-established players such as the Kia Sonet, Tata Nexon, Ford EcoSport, Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza and Hyundai Venue among other sub-4 metre SUVs. 

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