A nice little deal for you now. Nissan has reduced the price of its popular Micra supermini model to a city car rivalling price of just £7,995.
That means that a new Micra costs from just £99 per month on a PCP deal. Despite the low starting price, the entry level Visia is well equipped with Bluetooth as standard and an auxiliary input for MP3 players.
The mighty little Micra is also a very efficient model to run. There is a choice of two three-cylinder petrol engines, a 80PS 1.2-litre unit or a 98PS 1.2-litre supercharged DIG-S unit with emissions as low as 95g/km CO2 and fuel economy as strong as 68.9mpg on a combined cycle.
If you fancy something with a bit more kit, the Acenta model costs £9,995 and adds adds 15-inch alloys, air conditioning, front fog lamps and a leather steering wheel and is now available for £119 per month on a PCP.
The next rung on the Micra ladder is the Acenta Connect which has Nissan’s award-winning Connect touchscreen satnav system combined with Bluetooth for hands-free telephone calls and music streaming. The Acenta Connect costs £11,750 and is available for £129 per month.
At the top of the range sits the flagship Micra Tekna, which adds a glass roof, rear parking sensors, automatic headlights, rain sensing wipers and climate control to the specification of the Acenta Connect. It costs from £11,545 and available from only £149 per month.
Faye has been writing about cars and environmental issues since 2007. A suspected eco-warrior working on the corporate inside, Faye mainly likes the weird, quirky vehicles that show a distinct environmental advantage. Her ideal car has enough room to fit a bale of hay in the boot. When not working, she likes nothing better than to head out on her bicycle and explore the countryside.
October 11, 2012
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