NISSAN is giving the Micra a revamp – and the changes are quite extensive.
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The company says they “go well beyond what usually constitutes a mid-term facelift” – and they probably needed to in order to give the supermini the car park appeal for small business users.
Outside, there’s a certain amount of altered bodywork, which gives what Nissan is calling New Micra a bit of a lift – the bonnet, wings, grille and bumpers are all new.
The tail-lights now use LED technology, and there are new fifteen- and sixteen-inch alloy wheel designs designed to improve the car’s visual stance. New paint colour choices have been added as well.
There are three models in the revised Nissan Micra line-up – in ascending order, they are Visia, Acenta and Tekna.
Visia models get central locking and a radio/CD player with aux and USB connections.
The Acenta adds more trim brightwork, larger 15-inch wheels, climate control, a leather-trimmed steering wheel and Bluetooth.