2020 Nissan Magnite vs Mahindra XUV300 - Price, Specs, Features, Mileage Comparison

2020 Nissan Magnite vs Mahindra XUV300 - Price, Specs, Features, Mileage Comparison

Which B2-segment SUV is better: Nissan Magnite or Mahindra XUV300? We compare prices, dimensions, engine specs, mileage and performance to help you decide which car better fulfils your requirements.

 

2020 Nissan Magnite vs Mahindra XUV300

Magnite 2020 vs XUV300 2020 | Price Comparison - Which One Is Cheaper?

MAGNITE VS XUV300 | PRICE COMPARISON

EX-SHOWROOM, DELHI

PETROL MANUAL

Nissan Magnite

Mahindra XUV300

Variants

Price (in lakh)

Variants

Price (in lakh)

XE

₹5.50

W4

₹8.30

XL

₹6.25

W6

₹9.15

XV

₹6.75

W8

₹10.60

1.0L Turbo XL

₹7.25

W8(O)

₹11.84

XV Premium

₹7.65

-

-

1.0L Turbo XV

₹7.75

-

-

1.0L Turbo XV Premium

₹8.65

-

-


Nissan Magnite’s prices start from Rs. 5.50 lakh and go up to Rs. 8.65 lakh for the turbo petrol manual powertrain. The Mahindra XUV300 turbo petrol manual prices start from Rs. 8.30 lakh and go up to Rs. 11.84 lakh.

MAGNITE VS XUV300 | PRICE COMPARISON

EX-SHOWROOM, DELHI

PETROL AUTOMATIC

Nissan Magnite

Mahindra XUV300

Variants

Price (in lakh)

Variants

Price (in lakh)

1.0L Turbo XL

₹8.15

-

-

1.0L Turbo XV

₹8.65

-

-

1.0L Turbo XV Premium

₹9.55

-

-


For the petrol automatic powertrain, Nissan Magnite prices start from Rs. 8.15 lakh. Nissan Magnite petrol automatic is Rs. 90,000 more expensive than the manual. Mahindra XUV300 is not available with petrol automatic powertrain.

Magnite 2020 vs XUV300 2020 | Dimension Comparison - Which One Is Bigger?

Nissan Magnite is 3994mm long, 1758mm wide and 1572mm tall and has a wheelbase of 2500mm. The Nissan Magnite has a boot space of 336 litres. The Mahindra XUV300 measures 3995mm in length, 1821mm in width and 1627mm in height. The wheelbase of Mahindra XUV300 is 2600mm and it has a boot space of 257 litres.

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MAGNITE VS XUV300 | DIMENSION COMPARISON

Dimensions

Nissan Magnite

Difference

Mahindra XUV300

Length (mm)

3994

1

3995

Width (mm)

1758

63

1821

Height (mm)

1572

55

1627

Wheelbase (mm)

2500

100

2600

Boot Space (litre)

336

79

257

Ground Clearance(mm)

205

25

180

Fuel Tank (litre)

40

2

42

Tyre Size (Base Variant)

195/60 R16

-

205/65 R16

Tyre Size (Top Variant)

195/60 R16

-

215/55 R17


Dimension Review

  • The XUV300 is longer than the Magnite by 1mm.
  • The XUV300 is wider than the Magnite by 63mm.
  • The XUV300 is taller than the Magnite by 55mm.
  • The XUV300 has a longer wheelbase than the Magnite; by 100mm.
  • The Magnite has 79 litres more boot space than the XUV300.
  • The Magnite has 25mm more ground clearance than the XUV300.
  • In terms of dimensions, the XUV300 is a larger car than the Magnite. So, it will have a better road presence than the Magnite.

Magnite 2020 vs XUV300 2020 | Engine Specs Comparison - Which One has Better Performance?

MAGNITE VS XUV300 | ENGINE COMPARISON

PETROL ENGINE

 

Nissan Magnite

Mahindra XUV300

Engine

1.0 L Turbo Petrol

1.0 L Turbo Petrol

1.0 L Petrol

1.2 L Turbo Petrol

Displacement

999 cc

999 cc

999 cc

1197 cc

Cylinder

3

3

3

3

Maximum Power

100PS @ 5000rpm

100PS @ 5000rpm

72PS @ 6250rpm

110PS @ 5000rpm

Peak Torque

160Nm @ 2800 - 3600rpm

152Nm @ 2200 - 4400rpm

96Nm @ 3500rpm

200Nm @ 2000 - 3500rpm

Manual Transmission

5-speed

-

5-speed

6-speed

Manual FE

20kmpl

-

18.75kmpl

17.5kmpl

Automatic Transmission

-

CVT

-

-

Automatic FE

-

17.7kmpl

-

-


Magnite Petrol vs XUV300 Petrol

Nissan Magnite 1.0 L, 3-cylinder turbo petrol engine makes 100PS of maximum power and 160Nm of peak torque with the manual transmission. With the automatic, the power figure remains the same but the max torque output decreases to 152Nm. It is available with a 5-speed manual and a CVT type automatic transmission. The Nissan Magnite turbo petrol manual has a mileage of 20kmpl while the automatic claims to deliver a fuel-efficiency figure of 17.7kmpl.

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The Magnite also gets a 1.0 L, 3-cylinder normal petrol engine that makes 72PS of maximum power and 96Nm of peak torque. It is available with a 5-speed manual transmission and returns a mileage of 18.75kmpl.

Mahindra XUV300 1.2 L, 3-cylinder turbo petrol engine makes 110PS of maximum power and 200Nm of peak torque. It is available with a 6-speed manual transmission and has a mileage of 17.5kmpl.

Petrol Engine Review

  • The XUV300 has a more powerful petrol engine than the Magnite.
  • The XUV300 petrol produces more torque than the Magnite.
  • The Magnite petrol is more fuel-efficient than the XUV300.
  • The XUV300 petrol has a better torque-to-weight ratio than the Magnite 1.0 non-turbo but the Magnite turbo has a better torque-to-weight ratio than the XUV300 So, the Magnite turbo will offer better driveability.

Magnite 2020 vs XUV300 2020 | Top Feature Comparison

Notable top features of Magnite 2020 are:

  • LED Bi-projector headlamps w/ LED DRLs
  • 16-inch alloy wheels
  • 360-degree camera
  • 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system w/ wireless Apple CarPlay & Android Auto
  • Keyless entry w/ push start/stop button
  • Auto AC w/ rear AC vents
  • Cruise Control
  • Tyre Pressure Monitoring System
  • 7-inch digital MID
  • Rear defogger
  • Rear wiper & washer

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Notable top features of XUV300 2020 are:

  • Halogen projector headlamps w/ LED DRLs
  • Electric sunroof
  • 17-inch alloy wheels
  • 7-inch touchscreen w/ Apple CarPlay & Android Auto
  • 7 Airbags
  • All 4 disc brakes
  • ESP w/ hill start assist
  • Front parking sensors
  • Push button start w/ smart key
  • Dual zone auto AC
  • Heated ORVMs

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Lakshya Khanna

Lakshya loves to talk about cars and, therefore, he's mostly in the front of the camera doing the talking. He's usually blunt in his opinion -- good or bad, and backs it up with logic. Lakshya is a senior member of V3Cars editorial team.

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