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Today's Micra has racy styling, sharp angles and even sharper handling and performance.
The five-speed manual gearbox - Nissan say a new CVT automatic box will be added to the Micra range in 2018 - is light and easy to use and with this new engine under the bonnet it extremely manoeuvrable and really pleasant to drive.
The petrolfuelled Tekna Micra had a basic price of just under PS18,000 but with extras that increased to just over PS20,000.
The automaker will be marketing this Micra under the tag name of 'Runs on Fashion'.
The new Micra costs from PS11,995 and the 12 model range tops out at PS18,765 - a quantum leap from the budget-buy image of the previous four generations of Nissan's alternative to the Ford Fiesta.
The Micra was tested under Euro NCAP's newest protocols and achieved the maximum possible five star score.
The ambience of the New Micra was conceived to energize the mood of its occupants.
Among other classy superminis such as the Audi A1 and top grade Ford Fiestas, Peugeots and VWs, Nissan has come up trumps and the Micra is definitely premier league material.
The company said the Micra TPS is the first Health Canada licenced product with miniaturized pacing technology.
Commenting on this, Guillaume Sicard, president, Nissan India Operations, said, "Nissan Micra was the most exported car in June, and mwe are proud of our contribution to the country's economy.
We are appealing for the driver of the Micra to do the right thing and contact the police.
In and around town, the Micra fizzes around and parking is never an issue thanks to its compact size.