Nissan upgrades

Micra for 2021

Nissan Micra, 2021, front, action
Nissan Micra, 2021, front
Nissan Micra, 2021, side
Nissan Micra, 2021, interior
Nissan Micra, 2021, display screen
Nissan Micra, 2021, Bose sound system

THE Nissan Micra is getting some updates for 2021 with improvements to its safety systems and changes to the kit levels on higher grade models.

All versions in the four trim line up now have hill start assist, intelligent ride control and intelligent trace control for improved handling in difficult conditions.

A safety pack available across the range adds the likes of high beam assist; intelligent lane intervention; traffic sign recognition and intelligent forward emergency braking with pedestrian recognition.

The new line up is priced from £13,995 and the first of the latest models are expected to be on the road before the year is out.

Other changes to the Micra family see the N-Sport grade added to the trim levels of Visia, Acenta and Tekna while the Tekna models include an around view camera, moving object detection and a blind spot monitor as well as an advanced sound system.

The NissanConnect infotainment system with TomTom navigation is available as an option on Acenta and N-Sport and is standard on Tekna.

Apple CarPlay with Siri voice recognition as well as Android Auto with Google Assistant are available as standard from Acenta grade upwards.


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