Brand New 2021 Nissan Micra uk deals

Compare brand new 2021 Nissan Micra prices and PCP deals with an average saving of £4404 from our dealers. Our 2021 Nissan Micra deals are quoted fully inclusive (On The Road) and include all fees, avoiding any nasty surprises. Nissan manufactures 15 model variants.

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Manual Petrol 1.0 IG-T 92 SS 5 1.0 92 123 £14000 Save £1402
Manual Petrol 1.0 IG-T 92 SS 5 1.0 92 124 £15970 Save £3998
Manual Petrol 1.0 IG-T 92 SS 5 1.0 92 124 £16490 Save £4139
Manual Petrol 1.0 IG-T 92 SS 5 1.0 92 124 £16220 Save £4066
Manual Petrol 1.0 IG-T 92 SS 5 1.0 92 124 £16740 Save £4206
XTRON Petrol 1.0 IG-T 92 SS 5 1.0 92 140 £17320 Save £4352
XTRON Petrol 1.0 IG-T 92 SS 5 1.0 92 140 £17840 Save £4493
XTRON Petrol 1.0 IG-T 92 SS 5 1.0 92 140 £17570 Save £4420
XTRON Petrol 1.0 IG-T 92 SS 5 1.0 92 140 £18090 Save £4560
Manual Petrol 1.0 IG-T 92 SS 5 1.0 92 129 £18200 Save £4601
Manual Petrol 1.0 IG-T 92 SS 5 1.0 92 129 £18450 Save £4668
XTRON Petrol 1.0 IG-T 92 SS 5 1.0 92 145 £19550 Save £4954
XTRON Petrol 1.0 IG-T 92 SS 5 1.0 92 145 £19800 Save £5022
Manual Petrol 1.0 IG-T 92 SS 5 1.0 92 129 £19050 Save £5394
XTRON Petrol 1.0 IG-T 92 SS 5 1.0 92 145 £20400 Save £5788
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Nissan Micra

Price isn't the only determining factor in supermini segment success. If it was, then the previous generation version of this car would still have sold in reasonable numbers. Still, Nissan knows that if it's to achieve its target of making this a top ten segment contender, then it must be costed very competitively.

The technology included here prevents the Japanese maker pitching this car at budget brand levels, but a sharp pricing span that will see most models sell in the £12,000 to £16,000 bracket gives dealers plenty to work with.

The IG-T 90 0.9-litre Petrol turbo variant we tried is priced from around £14,000. With this engine, all variants get niceties like air conditioning, front foglamps, rain-sensing wipers and 'Intelligent' auto headlights that dip themselves at night in the face of oncoming traffic.

You also get a rear roof spoiler, LED daytime running lights, a trip computer, a height-adjustable driver's seat, remote central locking, a stereo with Bluetooth connections and the 60:40 split-folding rear seatback that some rivals make you do without at this level.

We'd question the lack of a DAB radio at this level (and the rather feeble two-speaker audio set-up) but apart from that, the key items are pretty much all there. Plus there's a much higher-than-average level of safety equipment - including autonomous braking, lane departure warning and a lane weaving aid..

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