Launch Line-Up of Three All-New Nissan Micra Engines Now Complete

The launch range of the all-new Nissan Micra has been completed with the arrival at retailers of the eagerly anticipated 1.0-litre 71PS entry-level model.

The new 1.0-litre 71PS engine is the last of three launch engines to go on sale and set to play a fundamental role in the Micra success story. The new entry-level model will join the 0.9-litre 90PS three-cylinder turbo petrol and the 1.5-litre 90PS four-cylinder diesel, which both went on sale this year.

Contributing an optimum balance of performance and running costs, the three-cylinder naturally aspirated petrol engine is joined to a five-speed manual transmission. The highly efficient powertrain provides an official Combined-Cycle fuel economy of 61.4mpg and CO2 emissions of 103g/km when running on 15 or 16-inch wheels.

The New Nissan Micra is quite simply a revolution – in hindsight – a radical progression from the model it has replaced and from the trio of highly successful superminis dating back to the Micra’s debut in Europe in 1983.

Leading in the technology segment, the new Micra includes a number of features such as Intelligent Lane Intervention – a safety system gently correcting the Micra’s positioning during commute.

The new Micra is available with an extensive range of personalisation options, allowing owners to modify the exterior and interior with premium components in a variety of stylish and contemporary colours.

Find out more on the New Nissan Micra now available at Glyn Hopkin.