Nissan Magnite Turbo-Petrol CVT Fuel Efficiency: Claimed vs Real

Published On Jul 23, 2021 08:00 AM By Rohit for Nissan Magnite

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Can the Magnite turbo-petrol CVT deliver its promised mileage in real-world driving conditions? We find out

The Magnite, Nissan’s debut offering in the sub-4m SUV segment, is a petrol-only model with two engine choices: 1.0-litre naturally aspirated (72PS/96Nm) and 1.0-litre turbo-petrol (100PS/up to 160Nm). While the former is mated to a 5-speed MT only, the latter gets the choice of either a 5-speed MT or CVT. Let’s take a look at the engine specs along with the claimed and actual fuel efficiency figures of the Magnite we tested:

Engine Displacement

1.0-litre Turbo-petrol

Power

100PS

Torque

152Nm

Transmission

CVT

Claimed fuel efficiency

17.7kmpl

Tested fuel efficiency (city)

13.60kmpl

Tested fuel efficiency (highway)

18.34kmpl

While the Magnite CVT fell short by just over 4kmpl in the city, it surpassed its claimed fuel-efficiency figure by nearly 1kmpl on the highway.

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Based on the results of our mileage test in city and highway driving conditions, we’ve estimated how it would perform in mixed driving conditions:

Mileage

City:Highway (50:50)

City:Highway (25:75)

City:Highway (75:25)

15.61kmpl

16.87kmpl

14.53kmpl

If the majority of your usage is restricted to the city, expect the Magnite CVT to deliver a mileage of around 14kmpl. For those who use their SUV mostly on wider stretches of roads, the fuel efficiency should go up by around 2kmpl. In case your commute is split equally between the city and highway, the Magnite CVT’s mileage could hover around 15kmpl.

It is important to note that fuel efficiency depends on a combination of driving condition, the car’s condition, and your driving style, so your experience may vary from ours. If you own a Magnite turbo-petrol CVT, feel free to share your findings with us in the comments.

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sandeep malhotra
Jul 24, 2021 7:31:21 AM

It gives only 9 km per lt. in the city even when driving very carefully. Of course, the average speed in city I get is around 20 km per hour. The company is unable to solve the problem.

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ravi nayar
Jul 24, 2021 7:03:28 PM

I get 12.5 km in Cochin and 16 km on highway

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    arun s r
    Jul 29, 2021 3:23:23 PM

    If you drive by always hard pressing either of the two pedals (accelerator or brake) you will get in single digit only. You must drive light footed, move in inertia, never break unless necessary.

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      vijayanand s
      Jul 23, 2021 9:11:19 PM

      Please mention the city so that we can relate the City mileage with its traffic congestion, cities like Mysore, kochi, chennai, pune have a different traffic conditions compared to Bangalore

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        ivanshika kandakatla
        Jul 23, 2021 7:47:20 PM

        I own a cvt turbo.in city i get only 8-9 kmpl but surprisingly if i drive around 80km speed on highway i get 23kmpl.

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        havoc nane
        Aug 12, 2021 12:47:50 AM

        80Kms in highways? it's hard for me to control the speed of my bike to below 80 on highways, so do you mean the car is underpowered or is it just your style of driving.

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