What’s new is the “Sunshine Orange” colour, the all-black interior, and the fact that the Micra Petrol now only comes with an automatic transmission.
Nissan has released the new Micra, which has a few small changes to its look. Prices for the new Micra have not changed. The starting price is Rs 4.55 lakh. Now, the petrol Micra only comes with an automatic transmission. If you want a manual transmission, you’ll have to look at a diesel Micra. The price of the Micra CVT is Rs 5.99 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).
The Micra is now available in a new colour called “Sunshine Orange.” All versions of the Micra and Micra Active can get this new paint. The all-black interiors, which are based on the European models, go well with this new exterior colour. This includes black door trims, a black centre console with a piano black finish, and black seat fabric with blue stitching.
The new Micra CVT uses the same 1.2-liter, 3-cylinder gasoline engine that makes a maximum of 77PS of power and 104Nm of torque.
In response to this news, Arun Malhotra, Managing Director of Nissan Motor India, said, “The affordable and easy-to-get-into Micra offers a charming look with its new “Sunshine Orange” exterior colour and edgy, all-black interior in the European style. There is no extra cost for these new options. We’re sure that Indian customers will like this package.”