Face-lifted Nissan Micra to launch on July 3
Face-lifted Nissan Micra is coming on July 3. The revamped model might just cost marginally more than the existing one. The new Face lifted Nissan Micra comes with exterior styling changes, which include new angular headlamps that resembles Nissan’s current family design theme, a wider front grille with a V-shaped chrome insert and a new front bumper that gets chrome lining.
Changes at the rear include new LED tail lights and the lower portion of the hatch lid has been restyled as well, the side profile remains the same with the exception of new alloy wheels that will be available on higher-end trims.
The interiors of the new Nissan Micra have been replaced with a whole new set of brighter coloured beige seat fabrics and there’s also standard USB and MP3 player connectivity. Also the redesigned instrument cluster with a piano black panel on the centre console that houses the restyled air vents, which somewhat looks borrowed from Polo.
Under the hood, the same 1.2-litre petrol engine developing 75PS of power and 104Nm of torque, while the 1.5-litre diesel motor churns out 65PS of power and 160Nm of torque. There is also a new automatic version of the Micra that will be available only in the petrol variant.