Nissan Magnite ASEAN NCAP crash test results are impressive at 4 star. While ASEAN NCAP has confirmed that the Magnite has received a four-star rating, more details on category wise break-up of points is yet to be revealed. The crash standards Global NCAP and ASEAN NCAP have minor differences in their respective crash test criteria, however, there are similarities too such as the 64kph limit for the frontal impact tests.
The India-spec Nissan Magnite gets safety kit like dual front airbags, front seatbelt pre-tensioner and load limiter, ABS, EBD, rear parking sensors and front passenger seatbelt reminder as standard. Higher variants and the turbocharged iteration of the sub-4m SUV also boast of ISOFIX child seat mounts, ESC, traction control, hill start assist, brake assist, 360 degree parking camera and a tyre pressure monitoring system. A point to note is that Global NCAP only considers the standard safety equipment while testing and awarding a crash worthiness rating.
Nissan Magnite is powered by a 1-litre naturally aspirated petrol engine with 72PS power and 96Nm of Torque mated to a 5 speed manual transmission. The second engine option is the turbocharged variant of the same 1-liter engine with 100PS power and 160Nm of Torque mated to a 5 speed manual and a 7 step CVT transmission.
The sub 4 meter crossover measures 3,994mm in length, 1,758mm in width and 1,572mm in height. The new sub-4m compact SUV has a 2,500mm long wheelbase. It has a ground clearance of 205mm.
Watch the video review to know more about the car, how it looks and how it performs. We drove both manual and CVT variants.