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The entry-level engine is the 79bhp 1.2-litre three-cylinder petrol engine capable of 97bhp in 13.7seconds, making it excellent for urban driving. There is also a 97bhp DIG-S supercharged engine that sets up well for performance and economy simultaneously. Although not flagged particularly for its speed the best Micra in the range is capable of an 11.3 second 0-60mph run which is faster than its Hyundai i20 rival at 11.7 seconds they also reach similar top speeds at around 105mph each. To test drive the most recent Micra across any of the engine ranges, book at test drive at

Running Costs

Despite the absence of a diesel engine option, the Micra is relatively cheap to run, the standard 1.2-litre three-cylinder petrol engine will return a fuel economy of 56.5mpg and has low Co2 emissions of 115g/km. However, the 1.2-litre DIG-S will be a clear choice as it returns 68.9mpg and has road-tax exempt Co2 emissions at 99g/km. Comparatively the Hyundai i20 has a much lower fuel economy of 43.5mpg and a Co2 emissions tax of 119g/km which, added to the purchase price at around £11,000 makes it much less cost effective than the Micra which starts at around £10,800.


The Micra is available in three trim levels: entry level Visia, mid-range Acenta and the flagship Tekna, with the entry-level trim the owner can expect body coloured bumpers, USB connectivity and stability control. The top level Tekna will include a panoramic glass roof, unique alloy wheels, roof-mounted spoiler and air-conditioning. To see full specs across the range, download our brochure at