The vehicle has a new front grille and wheel design, and is fitted with a host of styling and equipment. Engine options will remain much the same, though 1.2 liter petrol and 1.5 liter diesel are expected to be more refined while an automatic variant with petrol engine will also be on offer.
The design of new Micra facelift has been given a comprehensive makeover by Nissan. These changes include angular headlamps, a wider front grille and new front bumper design. At the rear are new LED tail lights while the vehicle sits on new alloy wheels with higher end trims.
Changes are not only limited to the exterior, as interiors have been altered as well, with brighter fabrics and piano finished black central console with brushed silver surrounds. There is also a new double din stereo. Seats offer decent support while rear seats are comfortable for adults too. An exciting launch strategy sees Nissan Micra Active. It let’s go of a few ends and makes this line of vehicles a budget range.