New Micra to start from £9,950 rising to £12,950, on sale in September
25 June 2013

Nissan has announced prices and specifications for the new Micra before it goes on sale in September.

The new Micra will be priced from £9,950 for the Micra Visia, rising to £11,550 for the Micra Acenta and to £12,950 for the Micra Tekna.

The design of the new Micra is different to its predecessors, with a new look front and rear as well as a more preium interior. The key interior features of the standard Micra Visia are its new centre console, upgraded materials and AUX and USB connectivity. Additionally, a touch-screen display and Nissan Connect – a navigation and communication system – make the new Micra easier to use.

The Micra Acenta adds more features including cruise control, climate control and audio controls, while the most advanced Micra Tekna includes parking slot measurement, suede seats and an i-key which gives keyless entry and start.

All versions of the coming Micra provide the option of a five-speed manual gearbox, or a CVT transmission. Two engines are available — a 1.2-litre 79bhp unit or a 1.2-litre supercharged DIG-S powerplant with 97bhp. 

Will Palmer

Our Verdict

Nissan Micra
Its ambition is to be a world player, so will it show world-class ability?

The Nissan Micra is a supermini offering low running costs but in most other areas is below the class average

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25 June 2013

We have an 18 year old 2nd gen Micra in the family that gets passed around in times of need, it NEVER fails, the most reliable machine I've ever seen! I also have '60's and '70's Citroens, so this means a lot... Wink I have a real soft spot for the Micra, but not keen on the last gen.

3 July 2013

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