2017 Nissan Micra launched in India at Rs 5.99 lakh

Nissan has launched facelifted edition of Micra in India. The new edition comes with few important additions though mechanically it remains the same.

In the wake of steaming competition in the hatchback category of Indian automobile market, Nissan has facelift version of it slow selling Micra at a starting price of Rs 5.99 lakh with the top of the line variant now costing Rs 7.23 lakh (boat prices, ex-showroom, Delhi). Just so you know, the company has only added some minute details to the car and unlike the other proper facelifts, the Micra doesn't have any significant changes on the exterior or interior. That said there are some features that are now added to the Micra such as automatic headlights and wipers and lead me to the car. 
         Nissan Micra
Arun Malhotra, managing director, Nissan Motor India Pvt. Ltd., said, “The New Micra bring together Japanese technology and European styling in a package that makes it one of the best premium urban hatchbacks at an attractive price point. The new features enhance the visual appeal and convenience of the Micra, and provide an excellent driving experience. The New Micra will add a dash of liveliness to the driving experience for our customers.”

There have been no changes to the either engine or the transmission which means the new Micra will continue to be powered by either 1.2-liter petrol 1.5-liter diesel engine. The company is constantly emphasising on the fact that its automatic CVT transmission which is available in the petrol variant is very much fuel efficient and to backup, the company quotes an ARAI certified mileage of 19.34 kmpl. The diesel version, on the other hand, has the mileage figure of 23.08 kmpl.

2017 Nissan Micra Price list (all prices, ex-showroom, Delhi):
Nissan Micra XL CVT: 5.99 lakh
Nissan Micra XV CVT (orange): 6.95 lakh
Nissan Micra XV CVT:6.95 lakh
Nissan Micra dCi XL: 6.62 lakh
Nissan Micra dCi XL Comfort (orange): 7.23 lakh
Nissan Micra dCi XL Comfort: 7.23 lakh

About admin


Contact :


Audi News

BMW News

Chevrolet News

Datsun News

Fiat News

Force Motors News

Ford News

Honda News

Hyundai News

Jaguar News

Jeep News

Land Rover News

Mahindra and Mahindra News

Maruti Suzuki News

Mercedes Benz News

Mini News

Mitsubishi News

Porsche News

Range Rover News

Renault News

Rolls Royce News

Skoda News

Tata Motors News

Toyota News

Volkswagen News

Volvo News