Nissan India begins exporting Magnite to Nepal, Indonesia and South Africa

Identifies these three markets are key buyers for the recently launched compact SUV.

Autocar Pro News Desk By Autocar Pro News Desk calendar 21 Jun 2021 Views icon4710 Views Share - Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to LinkedIn Share to Whatsapp

Nissan India has commenced exports of the made-in-Chennai Magnite to Indonesia, South Africa and Nepal, which have been identified as key export markets for the compact SUV.

According to the carmaker, the Nissan Magnite has received a strong response in Nepal with 760 bookings within the first 30 days of its launch in February 2021.

“Following a successful global launch, the new Nissan Magnite has been very well received by the Indian consumers. Built on the philosophy of ‘Make in India, Make for the World’, the Magnite will explore more export markets after the overwhelming customer response it has received in the Nepal market. We are confident that the game-changer SUV will strengthen exports as part of Nissan NEXT transformation plan for our sustainable growth,” says Sinan Ozkok, president, Nissan Motor India.

Nissan India has, earlier this year, introduced third shift in its 480,000 units per annum manufacturing plant at Oragadam, Chennai along with over 1,000 new hires, to ramp u[p production for both the Indian and export markets.

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