Nissan Micra price cut

Nissan Micra
11 Oct, 2012 10:51am Tom Phillips

Same car for less: The Fiesta-rivalling Nissan Micra supermini is now available from £7,995

The Nissan Micra is now available from £7,995, making the price for the entry-level Visia model £1,755 less than before. There are no changes to the Micra’s spec, which includes Bluetooth on all models.

Nissan has also slashed prices for the rest of the Micra range. The Acenta model gets 15-inch alloys, air conditioning and front fog lights and now costs £9,995, down from £11,250.

The Acenta Connect gets Nissan’s Connect touchscreen satnav system and prices start at £10,495 - £1,255 less than before.

The new Nissan Micra Elle special edition revealed at the Paris Motor Show also gets a price drop, with a starting price cut from £12,000 to £11,195.

The top of the range Micra Tekna features a panoramic glass roof, parking space measurement, rear parking sensors, automatic headlights, rain sensing wipers and climate control. Prices now start at £11,545, down from the £12,800 Nissan previously charged.

There are no changes to the Micra’s engine line-up, which remains a choice of two 1.2-litre three-cylinder petrol engines, in 79bhp naturally aspirated or 97bhp supercharged forms. Buyers have the choice of a five-speed manual or CVT automatic transmission.