Nissan Micra prices have been cut by up to 1755 as part of a range update.
There are no mechanical or cosmetic changes; the entry-level 1.2 Visia now costs 7995, a reduction of 1755. Standard equipment includes Bluetooth and an auxiliary input socket.
The mid-spec 1.2 Acenta model costs 9995, down from 11,250. Standard equipment for Acenta models includes alloy wheels, air-conditioning, front foglights and a leather steering wheel.
A new Acenta Connect model has been added to the range. It costs 10,495 and comes with a touch-screen sat-nav system as standard.
Although it was launched only in September, the special-edition Micra Elle model has had its price cut from 12,000 to 11,195. It comes with the same standard kit as the Acenta Connect model, but adds climate control, a glass roof, alloy wheels and Elle badging.
The top-of-the-range Tekna model costs from 11,545 a reduction of 1205. Standard equipment for Tekna models includes a glass roof, rear parking sensors, automatic headlights and wipers, and climate control.
No mechanical changes; prices have been reduced by up to 1755
Nissan has also announced a range of new finance packages, with personal contract purchase packages from 99 per month and a three-year servicing and roadside assistance package for 199.
The revised Nissan Micra range is on sale now.