Selasa, 04 Juni 2013

New Car: 2014 Nissan Micra

Nissan has updated the Micra with a more masculine look, new infotainment technology and an improved interior.

The changes to the front end are pretty extensive, with the Micra adopting a new grille, bonnet, wings, headlights and bumper to create a less bug-eyed look that fits in better with the rest of Nissan’s range.

Updates at the back are less pronounced, but Nissan has subtly tweaked the bumper and fitted a set of LED tail-lights. Plus, buyers can now choose the colour of the wheelcaps and door mirrors.

There’s a selection of new paint colours, too – including the Pacific Blue in our pictures – and fresh alloy wheel designs.

Inside, the centre console has been restyled and is now finished in a classy gloss black, while all models now come equipped with a 12V socket for charging electronic devices on the move.

The latest NissanConnect infotainment system is now offered, and features a screen which has increased in size from five inches to 5.8 inches. It’s got Google Send-To-Car tech fitted as well, which allows drivers to plan a route at home and send instructions to the car.

There haven’t been any changes to the engine line-up or the chassis, so it’s the same choice of a 1.2-litre petrol engine with 79bhp or a supercharged 1.2-litre engine with 97bhp. The latter claims impressively low CO2 emissions of 95g/km, with fuel economy of 68.9mpg. The standard 1.2-litre has figures of 57.0mpg and 115g/km.

The facelifted Micra goes on sale here in September, and while pricing hasn’t yet been revealed, we’ve been told to expect very little in the way of changes. For more details click here.

Thanks to: Auto Express

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