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Nissan Magnite to be recalled due to faulty door handle sensor. Check details

Nissan has announced a recall for select variants of Nissan Magnite including the base XE and mid XL produced between November 2020 and December 2023. The recall is for a retrofit of front door handle sensors affecting vehicles manufactured after December 2023. The recall does not impact the drivability of the vehicle, and the sensor replacement will be conducted at Nissan service centers at no cost to customers.

Recently, a test mule of the Magnite facelift was spotted in Chennai, hinting at potential updates to the subcompact SUV. While specific changes are yet to be confirmed, it is expected that the facelifted Magnite will feature new bumpers and updates to the lighting elements. Mechanically, no major changes are expected, with the Magnite likely to retain its two 1.0-liter, three-cylinder engine options.

The Nissan Magnite currently comes in four variants – XE, XL, XV, and XV Premium, with the turbocharged engine option paired with a CVT automatic transmission. The CVT-equipped Magnite boasts a claimed fuel efficiency figure of 17.40 kmpl, while the turbo petrol variant achieves 20 kmpl. The AMT gearbox offers a claimed fuel economy of 19.70 kmpl, and the manual gearbox delivers 19.35 kmpl.

This proactive recall by Nissan Motor India (NMIPL) underscores the company’s commitment to ensuring the safety and quality of its vehicles. Customers with affected vehicles are advised to contact their nearest Nissan service center for the necessary sensor replacement.

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