Car deal of the week: Nissan Micra
You can now get up to £1,755 off the price of a new Nissan Micra supermini
Buy a new Nissan Micra through Nissan Finance and you can save up to £1,755 off the car’s list price. The offers apply to the pre-facelift model, but you’ll receive three years European Nissan Roadside Assistance as well as a £500 contribution towards the deposit.
Monthly payments start from only £99 and the car comes with features such as Bluetooth connectivity for your mobile phone, electric door mirrors and MP3 compatibility. Mid-spec Acenta models add cruise control, alloy wheels and climate control, while top-of-the-range Tekna cars get parking sensors and an integrated sat-nav system.
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The Micra is an excellent choice for a city car, thanks to its small dimensions, good visibility and responsive controls that make it nippy around town. It’s easy to maneuver, making it easy to navigate heavy traffic and slip into tight parking spots.
And despite its compact dimensions, the Micra is surprisingly roomy inside, with plenty of space to fit two adults in the rear seats. The boot is slightly off the pace compared to rivals like the Ford Fiesta or Vauxhall Corsa, but it’s plenty big enough for the weekly shop. There’s plenty of space inside the car, too, with ample storage space and plenty of useful cubbies. It’s also got a very comfortable ride, with the suspension doing a good job of soaking up lumps and bumps.
The Nissan Micra has been around for nearly 30 years, and thrives on its reputation for being highly reliable. It has a four-star rating from Euro NCAP, and it scored a solid 84 per cent for adult safety. It’s also got plenty of safety equipment including six airbags, ISOFIX child seat-fittings, anti-lock brakes, and electronic stability control.
The Micra is cheap to run and service, and if you pick the 1.2-litre DIG-S, it’ll emit just 95g/km – making it road tax exempt. Insurance should be reasonable, too.
For more information, see www.nissan-offers.co.uk and for the entire Nissan range, visit the CarBuyer Nissan reviews page.
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