Nissan Magnite facelift could arrive by mid-2024

The LHD Magnite will be exported to new markets in Africa, the Middle East, Latin America and Mexico.

Nissan is reportedly working on the Magnite facelift. The updated crossover is expected to be launched globally sometime around mid-2024.

While the exact details of the updated Magnite are not known, we can expect a few cosmetic changes both inside and out. The refreshed model will be built in right-hand drive and left-hand drive versions. The introduction of the LHD Magnite will allow the carmaker to tap into new markets in Africa, the Middle East, Latin America and Mexico.

Francois Bailly, Chief Planning Officer, Nissan Motor Corporation said. โ€œThe Magnite SUV has been very well received and it is being demanded in many markets around the world. The Magnite is a great success locally and in South Africa, and we have to grow the Magnite business in more export markets to ensure its competitiveness remains. Today, we just have the right-hand drive version, with the left-hand drive version many markets will open up, we will explore markets in Africa, the Middle East, LatAM, and Mexico, as we feel, we have a car that fits very well, for those markets.โ€

Nissan currently produces around 25,000 to 30,000 units of the Magnite every year. Production could be ramped up to 40,000 to 50,000 units per annum with the introduction of the LHD variant.

Source:ย Autocar India

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