Two years after its global unveiling, Nissan’s new Micra has arrived on local shores … where it faces stiff competition… It’s taken a while but… Read more →
CAPE TOWN – Nissan should never have drastically altered the character of the Micra when it replaced the quirky third-generation car (the first offered here)… Read more →
I think we can all agree that this should be considered as an improvement in terms of design. This is the new Nissan Micra and… Read more →
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Given the price premium that slotting a diesel engine into any variety of passenger vehicle commands, it’s little wonder that the market for diesel-driven superminis is miniscule. In this price-conscious segment of the market such a premium over equivalent petrol models could make or break a buying decision. So, at a shade under R150 000, does Nissan’s cheapest diesel deliver the goods?
The styling caused more discussion than many cars put together, but
what lies under the skin?
Gone is the youthful quirkiness, but Nissan has turned up the appeal with its new Micra
Unfortunately, I never drove the old Micra, but from what I am told it was small and more expensive. The new Micra is bigger and cheaper. Plus, it has surprising oomph!
With an all-new platform, design and engines, Nissan believes this little hatchback “continues to set the city-car standard”.
Nissan has released first on-sale details of its new Micra range. Replacing a quirky, somewhat girly and quite pricey predecessor, the new car doesn’t only offer better value and more space, but also a new 1,2-litre three-cylinder engine with low CO2 emissions.