Being in the auto market for already three decades, the Nissan Micra is still a demand in a series of countries. Nigerian drivers seem to love what the vehicle has to offer, too. The most recent Micra (produced in 2011) is offered in a five-door compact sedan type that delivers a perfect in-city drive experience, yet poor ride for long journeys. It has a wonderful visibility and light controls, which make it both easy to drive in overcrowded cities or park the car. Yet, despite being decently equipped, it appears far from providing comfortable long drives. As reviews of Nissan Micra show, the interior of this car can be acquired as moderate and by no means good, whilst the design of the exterior won't appeal to all drivers - it is intended for specific tastes! Being designed for emerging markets and offered at impressively affordable prices, this model can be found in over 160 countries including Nigeria.
- Nissan Micra specs and facts
There are four levels of trimming each with its advantageous specifications offered for Nissan Micra. These are the Visia, Acenta (available with automatic wipers and lights; cruise control; leather steering wheel; alloy coated wheels), Tekna (is advantageous with its suede- effect trimming and keyless entry) and n-tec (includes parking sensors; a powerful infotainment system that features navigation NissanConnect; audio system with 6 speakers). The most luxury and costly trim level is Tekna. However, no matter which trimming level you choose, your Nissan Micra will be powered by only a V3 1.2-liter engine (petrol). The maximum speed here is 106mph and the acceleration to 0-62mph is achieved only in 13.7secs.
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