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Nissan Micra
A new look, better interior, and some new infotainment features characterise the facelifted Micra

Nissan Micra 1.2 DiG-S Acenta 98PS

What is it?

Nissan is calling it ‘New Micra’ but don’t be fooled, this is just a facelifted car featuring new exterior styling, a higher quality interior and some new technology on board the supermini.

Company car tax is just £23 a month for a basic rate tax payer

It’s based on the same platform as before and comes with the same range of engines as before, too, namely a 1.2-litre three-cylinder with 80PS and a supercharged DIG-S version with 98PS and CO2 emissions as low as 99g/km.


Nissan Micra
Bonnet, wings and grill are all new. The 3-cylinder supercharged engine is great fun

What’s hot?

  • Nissan has made the Micra look sportier and even a little bit more masculine – the bonnet, front wings, grille and rear have all been tweaked.
  • The cabin has been changed about, too, with fresh air vents on the centre console, which is now finished in a classy gloss black.
    Nissan Micra
    More gizmos, operated through a bigger screen, but some of the plastics still feel poor quality
  • Buyers can now get an upgraded NissanConnect sat nav system, featuring a larger 5.8-inch screen and more functionality.
  • The DIG-S engine is great fun, it makes a good noise and boasts a 0-62mph time of 11.3 seconds.
  • It’s also great for company car drivers, with monthly payments for the mid-spec Acenta model working out at just £23 for standard rate company car tax payers.
  • The Micra’s compact footprint and tight turning circle make it a great city car. It can even be specified with a system that measures parking spaces for you to see if you can fit in.
  • The controls are all light and easy to use, which makes it great for nipping through busy streets and performing low speed manoeuvres.

 

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