The Japanese based automaker Nissan has recently released a new commercial video with the facelifted Micra, which is rather strange.
After being officially unveiled just a few weeks ago, the facelifted version of the Nissan Micra is being placed into the spotlights once again, this time with the help of a new video, which has been released by the carmaker. The footage posted below is named “The Meeting Room” and we won’t try to explain it because it’s rather strange and boring. The “new” Micra is getting the 5.8-inch screen with chromed controls and with the Google Send-To-Car technology.
The model has also received the ABS, ESP, airbags, remote central locking, power steering, CD Player, USB, AUX, power front windows and more. The mid-range is adding features like the Bluetooth, front fog lights, automatic headlights and wipers and 15-inch alloy wheels, while the Tekna top of the line is coming with electric folding mirrors, NissanConnect, keyless start, park assist, climate control, parking sensors and 160inch alloy wheels. The exterior design of the model now has a different front bumper, new front grille, modified tailgate trim, new rear bumper and revised LED headlights.
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