Replacing the old Micra that felt sophisticated with feminine looks, here has arrived the more aggressive and masculine facelifted Micra in the Indian market.
Nissan Micra was carrying the same look since a long time and now, by receiving the recent updates from its manufacturer arrives with some refreshed specifications and an affordable price tag.
The facelifted Nissan Micra arrives with updated interiors as well as exteriors that promise to complement the car with a more attractive look. The Japanese carmaker has beautified the exteriors of the Micra with refreshed front and rear bumpers, newly designed front lamps, new headlamps, addition of V-shaped Chrome in the front grille, new alloy wheels and updated tail lamps. Whereas, for the betterment of the interiors of the car, Nissan has relied on a redesigned central console, square-shaped AC vents, audio controls mounted on steering wheels, Climate Control, Dark Grey coloured dashboard, chrome door handles, Electric rear view mirrors, twin glove box, Boot light and reverse parking sensors.
However, the Micra variants will continue to get powered with the same petrol and diesel engines. The Micra with its 1.2 litre petrol engine develops a peak power of 75 bhp along with a maximum torque of 104 Nm. Whereas, with the 1.5 litre diesel engine, the car will deliver a peak power of 64 bhp along with a maximum torque of 160 Nm. Both these engines have been mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox.
Nissan Micra was in a hype at the time of its launch for a Volkswagen Beetle-alike looks. But the manufacture refreshing the hatchback, seems to be focusing on enduring the identity of the vehicle in the market. Let’s see how does this affect the sales figures of the hatchback.