The revised Micra retains the existing 1.0 litre 59bhp petrol engine in a new trim structure of S, Sport and SE with prices starting at £7,700 on-the-road for the 1.0i 16v S three-door manual - rising to £9,500 for the SE five-door manual. NCVT transmission models cost an additional £950. Meanwhile, the existing 1.3-litre 74bhp petrol engine is dropped from the line-up and replaced by a 1.4-litre 81bhp powerplant. Available in S, SE, Sport+ and SE+ trim, prices start at £8,300 on-the-road for three-door S manual extending to £11,000 for the five-door SE+ manual. NCVT models cost an additional £950. Outgoing 1.3-litre manual models ranged in price from £8,400 to £10,900.
The new Micra features redesigned front and rear bumpers and other rear-end changes include new combi-lamps, a more streamlined rear wiper, a bolder shape for the rear licence plate surround and a new larger higher-mounted stop lamp.