Nissan Micra pricing released

Nissan Micra pricing released

Jan 25, 2017

Nissan Micra pricing released

Nissan Ireland has confirmed the official pricing and specifications of the new Micra supermini range, with the main headline being that it will cost from €16,650 when it goes on sale in April.

For that money, you get the base-spec 1.0-litre petrol XE, with the other end of the range represented by the €22,650 1.5-litre diesel SVE. In between these two trims are SV and SV Premium. The three-cylinder, normally aspirated petrol unit is the cheapest engine, with the 0.9-litre turbo costing an additional €1,000 and the diesel another €2,000 on top of that.

Only the diesel is available at all trim grades (the 1.0 petrol is available in XE and SV, while the 0.9-litre turbo starts at SV and goes upwards) while it costs €800 to go from an XE to an SV, €1,000 to step up to SV Premium from SV, and €1,200 to upgrade an SV Premium to SVE spec. XE cars get 15-inch steel wheels, LED daytime running lights, electric mirrors and front windows, Hill Start Assist, a trip computer, air conditioning, a height-adjustable driver's seat and a two-tone dashboard.

SV models add 16-inch alloys, a seven-inch display for the audio system, cruise control, chrome interior trim and SV-specific black-and-grey cloth upholstery. SV Premium then adds a leather trimmed steering wheel, privacy glass, front fog lamps, LED ambient lighting, climate control, rain-sensing wipers and NissanConnect infotainment. Top-ranking SVE Micras wear 17-inch alloys and have keyless entry and go, a reversing camera with rear parking sensors, a Bose Personal Audio six-speaker system (a €500 option elsewhere in the range), the Safety Pack, a leather gear knob, three rear head restraints and SVE cloth trim.

Interior personalisation options start from €400 and exterior personalisation kits (with 17-inch alloys) cost €1,000, although body decals can be had for €300.

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