Pioneer Motocorp is the official dealer of Nissan Motors in Nepal, and they sell the popular sub-four meter SUV model, the Magnite.
Due to a long import ban, the company has been out of stock of the Magnite, and as a result, they have decided to increase the prices of the vehicle.
The company has updated the prices of 11 different variants of the Magnite on the official Nissan Nepal website, with an increase ranging from 2 to 3 lakh rupees. The cheapest variant of the Magnite is the XE base, which is the starting version and it comes with a standard set of features, while the most expensive variant is the XV Premium Dual Tone with a turbo engine, which comes with additional features and a turbocharged engine.
The starting XE variant, which was previously priced at 31 lakh 99 thousand rupees, has seen an increase of 2 lakh rupees, now priced at 33 lakh 99 thousand rupees. The company has announced that the 2023 model of the Magnite will be available in the market.