Nissan India has introduced
the freshened Micra hatchback with a new “Sunshine Orange” exterior colour
together with an all-black sporty interior. These new options are available
across the Nissan Micra range including Micra Active versions in India. The
Micra starting price is Rs 4.55 lakh (Ex-showroom, New Delhi). The Micra equipped
with a continuously variable transmission (CVT) has been priced at Rs. 5.99 lakh.
Orange is gaining popularity among Indians
seeking a stylish new look to their car’s exterior. It is also a symbolic
colour of the festive season in India. The Micra range is also available in five
more exterior shades including Brick Red, Turquoise Blue, Blade Silver, Onyx
Black, Nightshade and Storm White.
The all-black interior in the
new Micra includes a black central console with piano black finish, black door
trims, and black seat fabric with blue stitching, rendering a stylish European
feel. The Micra Active variants will feature a black instrument panel cluster
and finisher, black seat fabric and a silver-colour door arm rest finisher.
The Micra comes equipped with
the globally acclaimed Nissan X-Tronic CVT which delivers more mileage than a
manual transmission for added value in terms of fuel economy. Micra is offered
in petrol, petrol CVT and diesel fuelled powertrains, with the diesel variant returning a maximum
mileage of 23.08 kmpl under ARAI test conditions.
The new Nissan Micra will be
on sale at all 232 Nissan India showrooms across the country. Nissan Micra is
the most exported hatchback from India. It is available in more than 100
countries across the globe, and has sold more than 6 million units globally.
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