Almost New Buyer’s Guide: Nissan Micra Car News

The range was simplified in 2019 and the versions were reduced to four: Visia+, Acenta, the new N-Sport and Tekna. The 89 hp 0.9 liter engine was replaced with a 99 hp unit and a 115 hp turbo was added along with a CVT automatic.

N-Sport decided to rival the Fiesta ST Line and Polo R-Line, with Alcantara seats, LED headlights, parking sensors, rear view camera, 17-inch wheels and a styling pack carbon exterior.

Another refresh in 2020 introduced N-Design, which added gloss black and chrome exterior trim, a new wheel design and black cloth seats. The most recent engine change for the Micra also came in 2020, when the existing petrol and diesel units were replaced with the IG-T 92, a 91 bhp 1.0 three-cylinder turbo petrol which remains the sole offering at this day.

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A new Micra will cost you at least £16,675, but you can pick up a used one for almost half that today. Higher mileage Micras Acenta and N-Connecta are plentiful and can start from just £8500. Around £10,000 is the sweet spot for cars with less than 20,000 miles on the odometer. Tekna and N-Sport versions start from around £12,000.

The Micra gained a special edition to celebrate its relationship with Bose, in 2017. Production was limited to 2500 units across Europe and the model features a bespoke exterior design with orange trim and a 360-degree sound system unique to the Micra. Two Bose UltraNearfield speakers were also included in the driver’s seat headrest. Equipment is based on the Tekna model and we found one with 28,000 miles for £10,950.

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This notice was published: 2022-04-07 05:01:24

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