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Nissan Magnite Kicks SUV Prices Hiked: Nissan India has increased the prices of its compact SUV Magnite and 5-seater SUV Kicks. There has been an increase of up to 25 thousand rupees on these cars. This is the second time in the last four months that the company has increased the price on the Nissan Magnite. In October last year, 17 thousand rupees were increased on this car.

Earlier, brands like Kia and Renault had announced a price hike on their product line in India, citing increase in input cost.

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Nissan Magnite
The petrol unit comes with four engine options along with automatic and manual transmission options. Magnite now comes with a starting price of Rs 5,76,500. The base XE variant with XL, XL Turbo and XL Turbo CVT has received a price hike of Rs 5,500. All other variants of Magnite have become expensive by Rs 9,000 for the customers. The top variant Magnite XV Premium Turbo CVT which was earlier available for Rs 9,89,000 will now cost Rs 9,98,000 (all ex-showroom values).

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Nissan Kicks
Talking about the Nissan Kicks, it is available in 8 variants. Except for the base XL 1.5 and XV 1.5 variants, the price of all the models has increased. The SUV still comes with a starting price of Rs 9,50,000 but the top XV Premium 1.3 CVT variant will now cost Rs 25,000 more. There has been a similar hike of Rs 20,000 across all the other five trims of the Magnite.

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good performance last year
December 2021 proved to be a good month for Nissan according to the sales figures. The company sold a total of 3,010 units of Magnite and Kicks, which was 159.71 percent higher than the figures of December 2020. The company would be hoping to continue its growth in sales figures this year as well.

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