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Nissan Micra review 2019
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Review

Nissan Micra PARKERS review

The Micra is back on form with sharp looks and lots of kit

FAQs

Frequently asked questions about the Nissan Micra

  • What is the Nissan Micra?
  • Once the dinky darling of driving schools across the land, today this Nissan Micra has become an often overlooked supermini, despite being one of the more distinctive small cars on sale. Fighting in one of the most competitive market sectors, the Micra’s up against a slew of excellent rivals, including the Ford Fiesta, Peugeot 208, Renault Clio and SEAT Ibiza.
  • Which versions of the Nissan Micra are available?
  • Nissan’s Mk5 Micra is the largest car yet to wear the nameplate and, for the first time in its approaching four-decade-long history, is only available as a five-door model, largely because it’s based on the same platform as the Renault Clio, a supermini that also does without a three-door version. In fact, the K14-generation Micra as fans of the model refer to it as, is even built at a Renault factory in France.

    Engine-wise, there’s a relatively small range of petrol engines (a 1.0-litre non-turbo, plus a 0.9-litre turbocharged unit), plus a 1.5-litre diesel, with 100hp available from the punchiest version. Forget a hot hatch – the Micra’s barely room temperature. Not that this bothers Micra buyers if previous generations have been anything to go by as there’s never been a truly performance-oriented version of the small Nissan. Trim levels follow Nissan’s usual hierarchy of Visia, Acenta, N-Connecta and Tekna, with a generous level of standard kit, along with a plethora of options including an upgraded Bose audio package.
  • What's under the skin?
  • Certain previous generations of Micra have been notable for their bold styling and the Mk5 champions this approach again, although looks like none of the earlier cars. Sharp, angular and longer than ever, the Micra’s striking styling includes a swept-up line towards the rear that’s reminiscent of the Vauxhall Astra, although the Nissan looks more sophisticated thanks to its hidden door handles in the darkened panel. Inside, the Micra’s far less adventurous, but the experience is blighted somewhat by swathes of cheaper-feeling plastics.
  • Is the Nissan Micra good to drive?
  • Unsurprisingly given the underpinnings, the K14 Micra doesn’t feel all that dissimilar to the Renault Clio, although the lightness of its controls – something that won it many fans in earlier guises – is still present, if not to the same degree as before. This is a supermini that’s far happier being driven gently around town than it is plying motorways or being pounded along a winding B-road. Not that its handling and body control go to pieces in such circumstances, but more that its general lack of oomph is felt most obviously.
  • How much does the Nissan Micra cost?
  • Nissans aren’t the bargain basement models they once were, and that includes the Micra. Higher-spec models are jam-packed with kit, but that cheap-feeling interior spoils the experience and makes it feel as though the value-for-money is being compromised. That said, because sales have so far been lacklustre, Nissan dealers are keen to negotiate, so securing a substantial discount shouldn’t prove to be too tricky. Our advice is if it’s a Micra you want, spend time shopping around before signing on the dotted line.
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At-a-glance Nissan Micra specs

  • Top speed: 98-111mph
  • 0-62mph: 11.5-15.9 seconds
  • Fuel economy: 53-68mpg
  • Emissions: 107-121g/km of CO2
  • Boot space: 300-1,004 litres

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