Troubled Doors, Nissan Announces Recall In Magnite In India

JAKARTA - Nissan, a well-known automotive brand from Japan, announced a recall on the Magnite model in the Indian market.

Quoted from Autocar India, Saturday, April 20, the recall was carried out due to problems with the front door handle sensor. The affected vehicles were produced from November 2020 to December 2023, but it has not been announced how many units.

It was also stated that the recall only had an impact on the XE and XL variants and manufacturers claimed not to have an impact on customer safety.

The company based in Yokohama, Japan will begin to notify the owners of the affected vehicles and assure them that their cars can be driven without interruption. Nissan will make repairs for free.

This announcement follows news that Nissan will launch a facelift version of the Magnite for the Indian market. Some time ago, this little version of the refresher was seen walking across the highway with a camouflage blanket.

The back looks more sporty with the presence of spoilers connected to the roof, as well as stronger pillar-C designs visible on the side. Although only the side and back are visible, it is likely that this car will carry the latest 16-inch rim design. In addition, the rear LED light pattern also looks different from the previous version.

Although the interior picture is still vague, the white dashboard looks prominent. It is estimated that this model will be equipped with a number of additional features such as a ventilated chair, a turning light system, and the use of softer plastic materials.

In terms of powertrain, Nissan Magnite will not change, meaning the 1.0 liter 3-cylinder naturally-asspirated and turbo charged machines will be maintained with the same power and torque as before.