New Micra Limited Edition adds ‘an extra layer of style’ to the supermini.
It appears Nissan has been busy creating a new variant of the Micra. The cunningly named Nissan Micra ‘Limited Edition’ is upon us and on sale now, with prices starting from £12,300.
The new version of the popular supermini is based on the mid-range Acenta model and features a ‘host’ of styling tweaks to make it stand out from the pack including – wait for it – a ‘Limited Edition’ badge, chrome exhaust finisher and contrasting side sills and centre caps.
Three paintjobs with a contrasting roof are available: Pacific Blue roof with white roof and mirror caps, Shiraz Red with black roof and mirror caps and Alabaster White with red roof and mirror caps. Not exactly original changes, admittedly, but a little extra colour does make the Micra a tad more exciting.
The interior is the same except for air vents, gearshift column and floor mats that mirror the colour of the roof.
Standard extras include 15-inch alloy wheels, air-conditioning, cruise control, leather steering wheel and roof spoiler, all of which are inherited from the underlying Acenta trim. Six airbags, ESP stability and ABS brakes complete the package.
A 79 or 97bhp 1.2-litre petrol is available with either a five-speed manual or Xtronic CVT automatic. The former is capable of 68.9mpg and CO2 emissions of 95g/km, making the Nissan Micra Limited Edition just as frugal as its bog-standard sibling.
Head to your nearest purveyor of Nissan for more details.
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