The newly unveiled 2017 Nissan Micra has been on sale for a couple of months, and the third powertrain to join the line-up is already available to customers. In Visia grade, the entry-level 71bhp 1.0-litre petrol powerplant starts from £11,995. Other motors include the 1.5-litre diesel and 89bhp turbo petrol engine.
For the 2017 Nissan Micra, the car maker has drastically lifted the base price of the Micra, reflecting its fresh status as a full-size counterpart to the Volkswagen Polo, Vauxhall Corsa as well as Ford Fiesta. In addition to this, the car maker has already confirmed a boosted range of five trim levels. They include , Visia+, Acenta, Visia, Tekna and N-Connecta versions, with the range ascending to £17,435.
Standard kit on regular models includes a two-speaker sound system with Bluetooth, auto lights and wipers, 15-inch steel wheels, LED running lights, safety kit, including traffic sign recognition along with automatic emergency braking. Those customers, who are eager to have stop/start and air-con in their specification, should opt for Visia+.