The N-TEC Micra comes equipped with the second generation NissanConnect navigation system, technology developed for the company's popular Crossover range of cars, which includes a variety of apps such as TripAdvisor and Google Search.
Further technology enhancements include rain sensing windscreen wipers, auto-dip headlights, front fog lamps and auto air conditioning, as well as rear parking sensors and parking measurement indication, to make city mobility hassle-free.
Designed for city living with its agile handling and petite turning circle, the nippy N-TEC Micra has also been styled for the city with a revamped exterior to match the latest Nissan Note with dynamic 16" alloy wheels, sleek chrome satin mirrors and matching door handles, as well as stylish privacy glass and chrome finishers for the front fog lamps.
Inside has also been given a chic makeover with a blue stitched leather sporty steering wheel and matching two-tone blue and black fabric with complementary blue stitching. The next generation centre console affords a touch of glamour with its black gloss finish and chrome accents, further picked up across the spacious cabin in the door armrests.
Completing the city car's makeover, the latest iteration Micra will come with Nissan's and latest EURO 6 compliant engines. The Micra is available with a 1.2L 80PS petrol engine (from 4.3 l/100 km*) and 1.2 98PS DIG-S petrol engine (from 3.6 l/100 km).
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