It’s been something of a perennial favourite with drivers in the UK and the all-new Nissan Micra looks like continuing that love affair.
The Micra has undergone a striking transformation with a new design to illustrate Nissan’s fresh approach to what had become a dull looking car.
Indeed, Nissan has created a vehicle that delivers a dynamic and stylish addition to the B-segment and there is lots of new technology which many cars in the segment do not enjoy.
Driver assist systems on the Nissan Micra
Drivers will get to enjoy lots of tech and driver assist systems on the Nissan Micra including lane departure warning and intelligent emergency braking systems.
There’s also, as is the trend for small cars, a long list of personalisation options and some very distinctive colour options too.
However, drivers will also get to enjoy a more agile performance while behind the wheel and the engines are more efficient.
Fifth generation of the Nissan Micra
This is the fifth generation of the Nissan Micra and its styling is likely to attract attention and the car is wider, lower and longer than its previous versions; the extra dimensions mean there is more space on board.
Some models also come with the firm’s intelligent around view monitor, blind spot warning, high beam assistant and traffic sign recognition so there is an impressive complement of advanced safety features.
The vehicle also has an exclusive six-speaker surround sound audio system which has been designed specifically for the Micra and optimised for driver enjoyment.
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There’s also a 7-inch full-colour infotainment system with smartphone compatibility, satnav and for those with Apple CarPlay there’s Siri voice control too.
There are five trim levels for the Nissan Micra with the entry level model starting at £11,995 and the range topping Tekna trim starting at £17,295.