Nissan Micra Limited Edition on sale now
Limited run Nissan Micra gets colour-coded paint and a cheaper price tag
An updated Nissan Micra with a range of styling upgrades is now on sale, priced from £12,300. Called the Nissan Micra Limited Edition, the new model is based on the high value mid-range Acenta specification.
A matching roof and door mirrors are the most obvious exterior change, and there are three colour combinations available. Buyers can choose between Pacific Blue with a white roof and mirror caps, Shiraz Red with a Black roof and mirror caps and Alabaster White with a Red roof and mirror caps. A roof spoiler, 15-inch alloy wheels and an exclusive ‘Limited Edition’ badge come standard on the new Nissan Micra.
Changes have also been made on the inside too. The Limited Edition Nissan Micra gets colour-matched roof, air vents, gearstick and floor mats. It's better value than the model it is based on, coming in £400 cheaper than the most basic Nissan Micra Acenta.
As usual, standard equipment is generous. Each Limited Edition Nissan Micra gets air-con, cruise control and Bluetooth connectivity, as well as sat-nav, rain sensing wipers and central locking.
The Nissan Micra Limited Edition is also very safe. It got four stars in 2010’s Euro NCAP crash safety tests; scoring 84 per cent for adult occupant protection and 79 per cent for child occupant protection. Anti-lock braking, electronic skid prevention and driver, passenger, side and curtain airbags are all fitted on the Limited Edition Nissan Micra.
The same 1.2 litre petrol engine from the basic Nissan Micra Acenta is used on the Limited Edition model. This makes for decent fuel economy, managing 56.5mpg while emitting just 115 g/km of CO2.
Available to order now, the Micra Limited Edition will be made as a limited run – although numbers have not yet been confirmed.
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