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Nissan today launched the 2013 Micra at an event in Mumbai. An additional variant known as the Micra Active was also launched at the same time. The new Micra starts at Rs. 4.79 lakhs and the Active starts at Rs.3.5 lakhs. All prices are Ex Showroom Delhi. The Micra was first launched in India in 2010 and has sold over 43,000 units acoording to Nissan. During the presentation we were even shown a slide depicting all the previous gen Micras. Apart from that was a detailed presentation on the Xtronic CVT transmission. Info presentation on the CVT Xtronic box Previous generation Micras Some key points on the new Micra: The Micra is the first in its segment to come with Xtronic CVT technology The 2013 new Micra will compete with B+ segment rivals while the Active will go head on against the B segment counterparts. The 2013 Nissan Micracomes with the CVT gearbox has a claimed fuel efficiency of 19.34 km/l. Available in 6 colours. Driver Airbag standard across all variants of the Micra. (Good one Nissan) ABS+EBD+ Brake Assist standard on all variants except XL The new Micra now comes with LED tail lamps and a redesigned front end and grille. The top variant diesel comes with side airbags as well Head to the next post for detailed pictures of the new Micra models
With Nissan already doing well with the Sunny, looks like they want to have the Micra reach out to more customers. They are doing this by readying a low cost Micra (code G02A) to go head on with the i10 and Brio. The car seen in the picture was snapped by an Autocar India reader on the outskirts of Chennai and did have taped tail lamps and badging. the updated Micra could get a new tail-lamp cluster. However, the rear bumper and wheel cap designs look similar to the current car and are unlikely to be changed. The interiors however, will see some changes owing to cost cutting efforts by the carmaker. The adjustable front headrests will to be replaced by a cheaper single piece design that is integrated with the seat. Nissan plans to delete some other features as well. The current Micra is priced at Rs 4.23 lakh for the base petrol and Rs 5.98 lakh for the base diesel variant (ex-showroom, Delhi). However, the G02A is expected to cost around Rs. 70,000 less and is expected to be launched in March this year
The facelift Nissan Micra has been caught undisguised during a commercial shoot in Thailand.The changes are quite subtle and includes a nosejob with redesigned headlamps, grille, bumper and hood. The car's profile remains intact, while at the rear end, the Micra appears to gain a re-sculptured bumper and fresh tail lamp graphics. I personally like this face lift over the model that is currently running on Indian shores. Probably there is a possibility that it might come to India soon. Here are the pictures sourced from carscoops.com and pics coutesy pulsarclub.com.