Nissan have revealed the fourth generation Nissan Micra at the Geneva Motor Show. This new simpler supermini focuses on economy, emissions and value for money.
The new Nissan Micra is aimed at buyers wanting simpler and plain motoring appealing to the motorists interested in inexpensive small cars. Nissan have developed a new three cylinder engine and CVT automatic transmission to the range
Standard features on the Nissan Micra include twin airbags, electric speed sensitive power steering, electric front windows, a CD player, anti-lock brakes with brakeforce distribution, remote central locking with anti-hijack feature, and many other life-easing convenience features such as can-holders front and rear plus a bag hook.
Prices are estimated to start at around the £10,000 mark and sales will start this Autumn.