Pricing And Specs For New Nissan Micra

New Micra will arrive in April

Nissan Micra
The new Nissan Micra

The all-new Nissan Micra will be priced from €16,650 when it goes on sale in Ireland in April 2017.

Three engines will be available at launch – a 0.9 litre turbo petrol (90hp), a 1.0-litre petrol (73hp) and a 1.5-litre diesel (90hp).

There will be four trim levels: XE, SV, SV Premium and SVE.

The range will start from €16,650 for the base 1.0-litre XE, with a 1.5-litre diesel SVE at the top of the range priced at €22,650.

Turbo petrol models will start from €17,650, and diesels will start from €18,650.

Standard specification (XE trim) includes 15-inch wheels, LED daytime running lights, electric door mirrors with integrated turn signals, electric front windows, rear spoiler, Hill Start Assist, trip computer with gear-shift indicator and outside temperature read-out, manual air conditioning, height-adjustable driver’s seat, rake/reach adjustable steering wheel, and a two-tone dashboard.

SV adds 16-inch alloys, 7” display audio system, cruise control, chrome interior door handles and gear shift surround, and special SV black and grey cloth trim. Pricing for the SV trim starts at €17,450.

SV Premium adds leather steering wheel, privacy glass, front fog lamps, LED ambient lighting, auto air conditioning, rain sensors, and Nissan Connect. SV Premium will start from €19,450.

Nissan Micra
The new Micra will go on sale in Ireland in April

The top spec SVE trim adds 17-inch alloys, Nissan Intelligent Key with engine start button, rear view camera with rear parking sensors, BOSE Personal audio system with six speakers, Safety Pack, leather steering wheel and gearshift, three rear headrests and special SVE black and grey cloth trim. SVE trim starts from €20,650 with the 0.9-litre petrol engine.

Customers can make the new Nissan Micra their own by choosing from 65 exterior and interior personalisation combinations.  Interior personalisation options start from €400 and exterior personalisation kits (including 17” alloy wheels as standard) cost €1,000.

Caroline Kidd

 

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