Hatchback, CVT, 1,198 cc, Petrol, 19.34 kmpl
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The Nissan Micra is the first hatchback to be launched in India by the Japanese carmaker. Nissan and Renault are in partnership and the Nissan Micra and the Renault Pulse share the exact same platform. The Nissan Micra was first launched in 2011 and in 2013 is was refreshed. The Micra competes against other mid-level hatches such as the Swift, i10, Fiat Punto, Toyota Etios Liva and Tata Indica D90. It comes with a diesel engine and a petrol engine, which gets an optional automatic transmission.
The new Micra had gone under the knife and while it still has the same shape it now gets a chrome fitted front grille, better bumpers and re-designed rear. The Micra follows a very unconventional hatch design and is tall and has got lots of curves. The front headlights stick up from the hood and the rear end slopes downwards and its overall length is well under 4 metres. It has also got decent size tyres that now come with alloys. It is a stylish and unique overall design that is also very practical.
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Reviewed on Dec 21, 2011
Great car, excellent mileage. I drove on Highways mostly in past few months. Got 19+ kmpl..drove at 80 kmph(80%) to 110kmph(20%). good ride quality and easy to drive in city conditions. Gear shift is little noisy between 1st and 2nd.
Reviewed on Nov 26, 2011
Nisson Micra is a super efficient, economy car. the driving experience is very good I exchanged my Ritz with Micra . Micra is having a good road vision and rear seats are very comfortable. Comparing with Maruti Swift and Ritz I found so many merits in the Micra car. In Ritz car I found a vision problem due to pillar but in this Micra the road vision is very good.
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Reviewed on Jul 22, 2011
Nissan Micra diesel is a gud car, gud milege, nice interior, gud handling. if u u drive a car u feel like ur driving the brand nissan...its a cool car..m lucky to have nissan my first personal car.
Reviewed on Jan 12, 2011
Really Good Design & Peformance It is Euro Standard Car,In this car only have the basic model itself air bag system in terms of safetey apart from in this interior & Keyless system also amazing & Wonderful
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Reviewed on Oct 16, 2010
It has been quite some time since the launch of the new Micra and the hype surrounding it is slowly beginning to subside. Now it is time for the actual question. Was the car really worth the hype and is it truly a game changer for Nissan in India. Let’s find out. First, lets get into some statistics. Since the launch of Nissan Micra, Nissan India sales have grown by around 20 times over the same period last year. Full credit to the Micra for the outstanding feat. Nissan, with its small network of 19 dealers, managed to sell around 1200 Micras in September. A ratio of around 60 cars sold per dealer. Well done Nissan. But in a market dominated by Swifts and i20s, is the Micra good enough to carry Nisan on its shoulders? Read on.