Although relatively new to South Africa, the iconic Nissan Micra has formed the backbone of Nissan's small car range for over 30 years, and in its latest incarnation offers more technology, equipment and value for money than ever before.

At its heart, however, it remains true to the design ethos that shaped the definitive small car when the original was launched, 30 years and more than six million examples ago.

With the latest Micra, buyers have a choice of personalisation options designed to allow an owner to create their own unique Micra. The changes, allied to the model's acclaimed performance and handling, boost and broaden the appeal of Nissan's popular small car.

The Nissan Micra remains not just fun to drive and, thanks to its compact turning circle, easy to park but is also one of the most advanced small cars on the market.

Powering the Micra are two petrol engines displacing 1.2-litres and 1.5-litres. The entry-level 3-cylinder 1.2-litre engine develops 56kW and 104Nm of torque for lively performance and emissions from 115g/km. Driven through the front wheels via a slick five-speed manual gearbox as standard.

Standard equipment includes remote central locking, front power windows, electric power steering, 14-inch wheels, Radio and CD player with Aux and USB plus a full complement of safety equipment including driver and front passenger airbags, side airbags and side airbags as well as ABS and ESP.

The top of the range 1.5 Tekna model develops 73kW and 134Nm ensuring plucky performance whilst still returning an excellent fuel consumption of just 6.3l/100km over the combined cycle.

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