Looking for a B-segment hatchback with some oomph? Have a look at the Nissan Micra with 1-litre turbo mill. That would be the Acenta Plus, Tekna and Tekna Plus models with the lowered sports suspension.
The new Nissan Micra is a finalist in Car Of The Year and it is easy to see why.
The new Nissan Micra 5 is the smallest new-model Nissan in SA, but it is neither small nor entry-level. It boasts bold new looks and more space and power than its predecessor. And it’s loaded with features.
Hatchbacks fill an important role in the motoring community and while some are better than others, the new Nissan Micra Active is a true standout. It has what it takes in all departments showing exceptional grip and power to cut through traffic or cruise the open road. Based on reviews from the 2018 model, the latest premium version of the Nissan Micra Active is a completely different animal. We take a look at what makes it a leader within this hotly contested segment.
The long wait is over as the new Nissan Micra Acenta Tech makes a bold statement. Putting the new model alongside its former self, the Micra Active, it undoubtedly looks the part, almost reinvented. From the onset, you can see a bigger, drastically improved and sophisticated look compared to the older version.
While not everything is about good looks, it certainly helps and considering the sheer value for money, we are not surprised that this is Nissan’s new flagship model.
The new Nissan Micra has blossomed into much more than just a small city car into a premium hatchback. It’s now a serious competitor to the likes of Volkswagen’s Polo and nothing says that more than being a finalist in the 2019 South African Car of the Year. This is a true testament to Nissan’s continued efforts to transform the little Micra over the years into a real contender.
The previous generation Nissan Micra was built to satisfy the growing needs of various countries which compromised it somewhat. However, Nissan has now revealed a few details of their new turbocharged 1,0-litre petrol engine set to debut in South Africa in the next few months. This time it’s a real stunner on the outside and also vastly improved under the bonnet.
The reimagined Nissan Micra has inspired a variety of exciting regional advertising campaigns around the globe since its release in 2017. The latest of these to receive acclaim is the Irish campaign that was conceptualised and executed by the talented team at Dublin-based creative agency In the Company of Huskies.
The title says it all when it comes to the 2018 Nissan Micra Active. No-one expects impressive performance stats in terms of top speed or 0-100 but it does offer many other valuable features.
Launched in 2004, the first Micra was a popular budget friendly option for cost-conscious consumers and not much has changed since then. Although the second-generation Nissan Micra, launched in 2011, cruised under the radar compared to VW Polo Vivo and Toyota’s Etios, it still offered great value for money.
Nissan Micra fans, assemble! There’s a fresh new face in the Nissan stable and it’s a zippy city-slicker that comes with plenty of bells and whistles to customise your ride. Here’s the skinny on the updated Micra and what you expect when you get behind the wheel.
Buying your first car is an important step in anyone’s life. It generally marks our first step into adult responsibility and it is our first true adventure into the great unknown world of independence. So, it comes as no great surprise to anyone that one of the questions that is asked most frequently of all motor dealers is – Should I get X Brand and Y Model as my first car? Well we posed this question to our Group 1 Nissan Sales team, with the only thing being added being the make and model of the car (which was the 2017 Nissan Micra). Unanimously the answers came back as a resounding YES! Out of all of the responses we got, three stood out the most due to them being repeated the most often. They were the following: