Automobile Manufacturer Nissan is expanding Micra appeal by introducing two latest gasoline engines, N-Sport grade and all-new Xtronic automatic transmission. With an extensively revised powertrain lineup, Nissan Micra has now become more alluring than ever.
According to a company spokesperson, Nissan has added three new variants to its Micra range, including a highly upgraded and competent turbocharged petrol engine with “world-first” technology- Xtronic automatic, which will be available in British market in February. The latest variant on shelves will work on the same engine but will encompass a more robust ‘warm hatch’ flagship powertrain encompassing lesser ride height, revamped suspension and improved steering. Besides, the auto maker has also rolled out Micra N-Sport, a latest grade, which offers an upgraded and unique design both within and outside the vehicle.
Nissan is rigorously determined to offer ‘More Micra’ than ever with every new variant embedded with enhanced powertrain refinement and run smoothly on any type of road, even during the worst driving circumstances.
Helen Perry, GM of small cars Nissan Europe said that with a core focus on performance and efficiency, the latest models have been designed to further expand the demand of Nissan Micra. He added that Nissan has reached on a position where it can better cater to the requirements of the compact hatchback customers in Europe.
The latest three powertrains are being manufactured by Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance. By harnessing the resources and strength of the trio, the automobile manufacturer can offer synergies that surpass the capabilities of what a usually three-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine can do. All three of them promise optimal performance to buyers, fully comply with the stern standards of durability and reliability and meet the restrictions on CO2 emissions.
The novel Micra powertrains have hit the market, being available across European Nissan retailers, joining the other available variants the 1.5-litre 90 PS diesel engine, and 1-litre 71 PS naturally aspirated gasoline engine.
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