With a refreshed exterior and interior only – engine changes are yet to be confirmed – the updated fourth-generation Nissan Micra was revealed at Nissan’s Thailand plant in Samut Prakarn province, where the city car is produced.
Changes include a new front and rear bumper, larger fog lights, more angular headlights with darker tint, a Nissan Juke-style chrome-V grille, and rear LED tail-lights. Redesigned alloy wheels and hubcaps round out the changes.
Inside, the 2014 Nissan Micra gets a sharper-looking centre console with square air vents and new air-conditioning controls, along with updated colours and trims and new graphics for the multi-function display.
While an Australian arrival date for the updated Micra – badged as a Nissan March in some markets – is yet to be confirmed, Nissan Australia’s Peter Fadeyev told CarAdvice, it is a model it intends to keep in the local line-up moving into 2014.
At the start of the year, the production source of Australian delivered Micras shifted from Indonesia to India, resulting in the replacement of the 75kW/136Nm 1.5-litre four-cylinder engine in favour of a 56kW/100Nm 1.2-litre three-cylinder unit.
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