The past gen Nissan Micra hatchback (Model code: K13) has altogether refreshed for developing business sectors. The model will initially go marked down in Mexico – where it known as the Nissan March. It merits referencing that the past gen Micra offered in India up until 2020. When it stopped because of moderate deals and the market change into the BS6 period.
2021 Nissan Micra (March) facelift: what’s going on?
The greatest update for the Nissan Micra (March) facelift is its front outside styling. While the model’s outline and in general extents are very much like the Micra that sold in India. The refreshed model gets a totally revised nose with more precise looks. Changes incorporate another hood and bumper plan, new grille, headlamps and guard. This update aligns the Micra’s styling with Nissan’s present worldwide plan language.
Within, the lodge and dashboard configuration additionally practically indistinguishable from the pre-update Micra that offered in India, with the primary distinction being its left-hand-drive design. Nissan has, notwithstanding, added more highlights to the lodge, as the facelift gets a 6.75-inch touchscreen infotainment framework with Bluetooth availability, just as new guiding wheel with directing mounted controls for media and communication.
Engine and powertrain alternatives
In the engine, Nissan offers the March with a 1.6-liter, four-chamber petroleum motor creating 106hp and 142Nm. The motor can had with either a 5-speed manual or a 4-speed programmed gearbox. For reference, the Micra in India was offered with a 77hp, 1.2-liter petroleum motor and a 64hp, 1.5-liter diesel motor.
Will it come to India?
The Micra was Nissan’s initially made-in-India vehicle and was sold in the homegrown market from 2010 to 2020. The model was sent out to many nations also. The Micra imparted its foundation to the Sunny (which is as yet implicit India and sold abroad) and a couple of different models in Renault Nissan’s India range.
Renault Nissan is right now zeroing in on its secluded CMF-A stage for its vehicles and SUVs in India, and it is gradually dumping the more costly and obsolete V-stage on which the Micra is based. This implies the refreshed Micra won’t make it to our shores. Nissan India is right now zeroing in on reconstructing itself in our market with the dispatch of the Magnite. It means to target hatchback purchasers with the serious cost of the smaller SUV.
News Source: Autocar India
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