Nissan Micra dimensions
Latest model: Nissan Micra hatchback (2010)
Length: 146.3 (in) = 3715 (mm)
Width: 65.4 (in) = 1660 (mm)
Height: 60.6 (in) = 1540 (mm)
Compare Nissan Micra dimensions to: Toyota Yaris, Opel Corsa
Nissan Micra details:
The latest Nissan Micra is a vehicle sold all over the world, which means it needs to appeal to all, with very little modification for every sphere. That has made the look-and-feel appear rather bland, and it lacks the distinctive exterior of its predecessor, in fact the unassuming vehicle resembles the model before that. The model has a curvy exterior with its big headlights giving it a doe-eyed face. The DIG-S version comes with aerodynamic, fuel-saving touches including a back spoiler.
It may be smaller than most superminis, but the Nissan Micra provides a decent amount of room inside. Head and leg space is sufficient for a pair of adults to sit in the rear in convenience, and it’s not bad in the front either. The 265-litre boot is a reasonable size, but not class leading and, though most versions come with split-folding back seatings, the entry-level models miss out on them, which hampers loading and basic practicality.
Entry-level Visia models are very general indeed. Alloy wheels, climate control and bench height adjustment for the driver aren’t supplied, but Bluetooth phone connectivity is traditional on all models. Things enhance with the mid-spec Acenta model, which adds all of those key elements along with cruise control and fog lamps. Parking sensors, sat-nav plus automatic lights and wipers come with the top-spec Tekna models.