A complete makeover for the India-specific Nissan Micra has been long-awaited. A report from Overdrive reveals that Nissan will implement the familiar dual-spec platform strategy for India’s next-gen Nissan Micra. According to last year’s report, the next-gen Nissan Micra set to arrive in India with a design similar to that of the fifth-gen Nissan Micra now on sale in Europe. The Indian-spec version will differ from the Euro-spec version at the chassis level. While the latter is underpinned by a thoroughly re-engineered version of the V-platform, the India-spec version will ride on a low-cost platform – CMF-A+.
The redesigned Nissan Micra will be equipped with features like LED DRLs, touch-screen infotainment system, automatic climate control, parking sensors, parking camera, dual airbags and ABS with EBD and BA. Previously, a report had indicated that a diesel engine will not be on offer, but recent reports suggest that the outgoing model’s 1.5litre diesel engine may continue as an option to the 1.2litre petrol engine.
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