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Kia Product Clever January 2021 Sales – Sonet, Seltos, Carnival




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Kia finished in fifth put with a overall of 19,056 units in January 2021 as from 15,450 models with 23 per cent YoY quantity increase

Kia Motors India finished in fifth situation in the total manufacturers’ standings for the month of January 2021 as 19,056 models ended up sold towards 15,450 units throughout the very same time period in 2020 with a Yr-on-Calendar year volume raise of 23 per cent. Right after a sturdy complete to CY2020, the SUV duo of Seltos and Sonet shipped major time past thirty day period as very well.

The South Korean vehicle key has been reaping gains of competing in the hotly contested compact and mid-dimensions SUV segments. The Seltos garnered a full of 9,869 units in January 2021 as versus 15,000 units during the exact same period of time in 2020 with a Calendar year-on-Calendar year volume decline of 34 for every cent.

The Sonet, debuted late last year, recorded a cumulative domestic tally of 8,859 units whilst the Carnival MPV posted 328 units as against 450 units in January 2020 with 27.1 for every cent YoY de-progress. Kia stepped into the Indian marketplace with the Seltos and it promptly rose to the top rated of the mid-size SUV sales table by beating Hyundai Creta.

Kia Products (YoY)January 2021 Gross salesJanuary 2020 Gross sales
1. Seltos (-34%)9,86915,000
2. Sonet8,859    –
3. Carnival (-27.1%)328450
Total (23%)19,05615,450

However, the arrival of the second generation Creta in March 2020 aided in Hyundai regaining the prime spot in the space as Seltos carries on to perform the 2nd fiddle. Adhering to the Seltos, Kia launched the Carnival quality MPV, which competes from the prime-spec variants of the Innova Crysta, in three variants at the 2020 Automobile Expo.

The Carnival has also been properly been given among Indian prospects. The Sonet graced the compact SUV section with a lot anticipation and upon arrival, it was the most very affordable. The expansive powertrain selections, and a prolonged listing of characteristics have been key to the Sonet’s achievement story domestically as it competes in opposition to Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, Hyundai Venue, Tata Nexon, Mahindra XUV300, Ford EcoSport, Nissan Magnite and other people.

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In January 2021, Kia managed to hold on to a market place share of 6.3 per cent as versus 5.9 per cent during the exact same thirty day period previous calendar year with .4 for every cent YoY maximize. In addition, it posted a healthy 61 per cent YoY gross sales expansion on Mother basis as 11,818 units ended up sold in December 2020.


Nissan Magnite Price Hiked For The Third Time This Year





The Nissan Magnite is currently offered with a 1.0-litre NA petrol engine rated at 72 PS/96 Nm, as well as a 1.0-litre turbo petrol engine putting out 100 PS and 160 Nm (152 Nm with CVT)

The Magnite marked Nissan’s entry into the ever-growing sub-4m SUV segment, and upon its arrival, the car went on to become the most affordable car in the said space. However, the Magnite was launched with introductory prices, and so far this year, Nissan has already increased the prices of the car twice.

Now, the automaker has introduced another price hike for the Magnite, which makes it the third price hike for the car in the first quarter of 2021. The prices of the non-turbo variants of the Nissan Magnite have been increased by up to Rs 33,000, while the prices of the turbo-petrol variants are now hiked by up to Rs 20,000.

The entry-level 1.0-litre NA petrol XE variant of the Nissan Magnite now costs Rs 5.59 lakh, while the top-end non-turbo variant (XV Premium DT) will now set you back by Rs 7.84 lakh. On the contrary, the 1.0-litre turbo-petrol XL is now priced at Rs 7.49 lakh, while the top-end 1.0-litre turbo-petrol XV Premium CVT DT trim costs Rs 9.90 lakh (all prices, ex-showroom).

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Here is the complete price list of the Nissan Magnite as of April 7, 2021 –

VariantNew Price*Old Price*
1.0-litre NA petrol XERs 5.59 lakhRs 5.49 lakh
1.0-litre NA petrol XLRs 6.32 lakhRs 5.99 lakh
1.0-litre NA petrol XVRs 6.99 lakhRs 6.68 lakh
1.0-litre NA petrol XV DTRs 7.15 lakhRs 6.82 lakh
1.0-litre NA petrol XV PremiumRs 7.68 lakhRs 7.55 lakh
1.0-litre NA petrol XV Premium DTRs 7.84 lakhRs 7.69 lakh
1.0-litre turbo petrol XLRs 7.49 lakhRs 7.29 lakh
1.0-litre turbo petrol XVRs 8.09 lakhRs 7.98 lakh
1.0-litre turbo petrol XV DTRs 8.25 lakhRs 8.12 lakh
1.0-litre turbo petrol XV PremiumRs 8.89 lakhRs 8.75 lakh
1.0-litre turbo petrol XV Premium DTRs 9.05 lakhRs 8.89 lakh
1.0-litre turbo petrol XL CVTRs 8.39 lakhRs 8.19 lakh
1.0-litre turbo petrol XV CVTRs 8.99 lakhRs 8.88 lakh
1.0-litre turbo petrol XV CVT DTRs 9.15 lakhRs 9.02 lakh
1.0-litre turbo petrol XV Premium CVTRs 9.74 lakhRs 9.65 lakh
1.0-litre turbo petrol XV Premium CVT DTRs 9.90 lakhRs 9.79 lakh

*All prices, ex-showroom New Delhi

It should be noted that Nissan hasn’t revealed the updated prices of the range-topping XV Premium (O), XV Premium (O) DT, XV Premium (O) CVT and XV Premium (O) CVT DT turbo petrol variants as of yet.

Nissan currently offers the Magnite with a 1.0-litre three-cylinder NA petrol engine, as well as a 1.0-litre turbocharged petrol motor. The former produces 72 PS power and 96 Nm torque, while the latter puts out 100 PS of max power along with 160 Nm (152 Nm with CVT) of peak torque. The transmission options include a 5-speed manual gearbox on offer with both the engines, while the turbo-petrol engine can also be had with an optional CVT auto.

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On the feature front, the Nissan Magnite gets an 8-inch touchscreen with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, a 7-inch fully digital instrument cluster, puddle lamps, ambient lighting, rear armrest with cupholder and mobile holder, wireless charging, rear AC vents, air purifier, 6-speaker system from JBL, driving modes, auto climate control, cruise control, connected car tech, and push button start/stop.

The Nissan Magnite currently puts up against the likes of the Kia Sonet, Hyundai Venue, Ford EcoSport, Mahindra XUV300, Tata Nexon, Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, Toyota Urban Cruiser as well as its own cousin and the current most affordable sub-4m SUV in India, the Renault Kiger.

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