2013 Nissan Micra review and pictures

Posted on Monday, 3 June 2013 , 21:06:25 byDan

Filed under NissanJapaneseFacelifts

Nissan Micra

“The power comes from inside” is the motto that guides the Japanese company Nissan. A car is an important symbol of freedom, status and personal achievement. This is exactly why the company keeps thinking of various ways to satisfy as many persons as possible. The latest news coming from the brand is the facelifted Nissan Micra which has just been revealed.


The new 2013 Nissan Micra with a facelift now has a reinvented grille, bumper and hood. There are also visible some rethought headlights and fog light surrounds. Besides the facelift, the Micra got itself a “back” lift, too. It has received a new bumper, changed tailgate trim and some modern LED taillights. The model is a customizable one. Any customer can choose another set of alloy wheels than the base ones, a panoramic glass roof to admire the sky, new paint hues and a park assistance system.


The Nissan Micra versions offer their clients electric front windows, remote central locking, ABS, ESP, several airbags, power steering and CD/AUX/USB. They usually ride on 15-inch alloys and have some additional equipment such as automatic lights and wipers, Bluetooth, front fog lights and a few cosmetic tweaks. The park assistance system, the parking sensors, the climate control, the keyless start, the folding door mirrors and the 5.8-inch touch screen NissanConnect media/sat-nav system are some of the features we can find in a Nissan. They are all meant to satisfy even the most demanding client and to ease the driving experience of the owners.


The Nissan Micra comes in two engine types. One is the 3-cylinder 1.2-liter gasoline engine. The other one is a supercharged 1.2-liter DIG-S gasoline engine which can do 57.3 mpg US (68.9 mpg UK or 4.1 liters / 100 km) and has CO2 emissions of 95 g/km. Both of them are linked to a standard five-speed manual transmission or an optional CVT. Hopefully, the Micra will be a successful car, because it has a lot to offer.