The ASEAN NCAP announced a four-star safety rating for the new Nissan Magnite in December 2020, and now the testing body has revealed the points scored and observations from the Magnite crash test. The SUV obtained 39.02 points in the Adult Occupant Protection and 16.31 points for Child Occupant Protection. The Safety Assist category saw the new subcompact SUV score 15.28 points, all of which helped the car achieve a rather impressive four-star rating with a total score of 70.60 points. The new Nissan Magnite is made-in-India for domestic and export markets, and the model tested was the Indonesian-spec version.
According to the data released, the Nissan Magnite showed injury risk to the driver’s chest while the front passenger’s chest and lower legs received adequate protection in the frontal offset test. The test also concluded that the SUV’s compartment remained stable in the frontal offset test. Meanwhile, the driver’s chest had adequate protection during the side impact test. In the Child Occupant Protection category, the Magnite scored 7.81 points in the Dynamic Assessment Test with the 18-month old child dummy. Whereas, the three-year-old child dummy scored a full eight-point safety rating.