Nissan Micra got an updateNovember 16, 2020
Nissan has revamped the compact Micra for the 2021 model year.
Although the new model does not look much different from its predecessor, it received new versions of N-Design and N-Sport, which give the model a sporty, and make it more youth-oriented.
So, the N-Design variant provides chrome and black high-gloss accents, as well as new 16-inch Genki wheels in a combined shade. The car also has black fabric seats with gray accents, as well as leather-trimmed door panels and a dashboard. In addition, the redesigned model can be ordered with an Energy Orange finish for a more dynamic look.
The N-sport modification differs from the standard model in the presence of glossy black accents on the front, stern and sides, as well as 17-inch black Perso wheels, LED foglights and headlights.
The Tekna variant is equipped with all-round visibility, moving object detection and blind spot monitoring, as well as a premium Bose audio system. In turn, a multimedia system with TomTom navigation, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support, as well as Siri, is offered as an option.
The facelifted Micra also comes standard with lift assist, traffic sign recognition, intelligent emergency braking with pedestrian recognition and more. As for the technical part of the compact Japanese car, it is equipped with a 1.0-liter turbo engine that meets Euro 6d emission standards.
In addition, some time ago it was noted that the van Nissan NV350 was turned into an ideal car for outdoor enthusiasts. It should be emphasized that the cost of new items starts at 3,129,200 yen
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