Nissan Micra 1.2 Engine, Fuel Consumption And Carbon Emissions
The Nissan Micra Acenta Connect 0% Hire Purchase Plan makes people happier than a puppy in the park. Representative terms include the £5,721 deposit that precedes thirty-six monthly instalments of £159. The total is £11,455, after which the motorist owns this supermini outright. He/she then continues to benefit from its impressive credentials that make cruising to the park enjoyable and relaxing. As is frequently the case with this manufacturer, these include its excellent build quality that suggests it is built to be reliable long term. It is rare to see such a car broken-down. Further reassurance comes via its long-lived predecessor from the nineties that is still common on the road. It is one of those “default” buys for those that need a low cost, reliable, supermini. Furthermore, this town car – that produces 80PS and hits 62mph in a fair 13.7 seconds – only burns a modest amount of petrol. It therefore averages 56.5mpg, hits 65.7mpg on the extra-urban cycle and returns 46.3mpg in town. Such figures enable motorists to save enough money to buy numerous dog toys for the park. Low consumption ensures that carbon emissions are only 115g/km, so – as road tax is based on emissions - this five-speed manual can be taxed for free in the first year, then for £30.
Nissan Micra Acenta Connect Handling, Cargo Capacity And Equipment
The Nissan Micra Acenta Connect has safe and secure handling to complement its low running costs. As such, it effortlessly maintains its line through corners and the steering provides plenty of feedback (for the class). The ride is comfortable too. These characteristics complement the excellent visibility that ensures manoeuvring in tight spaces is straightforward. It is – without doubt – very easy to drive. Furthermore, the cabin feels spacious considering its proportions and has supportive, comfortable, seats. That should please the dog on his way to the park. There are also plenty of cubby holes for sticks, balls and treats. Larger items can be stored in the class competitive 265-litre boot, and cargo capacity can be increased to 1,132-litres by folding the rear seats flat. Not bad for the class. Standard equipment includes the: satellite navigation, electric door mirrors, front fog lamps, cruise control, automatic windscreen wipers, a speed limiter, and anti-dazzle rear-view mirror so it has plenty of gadgets for the money. The modern styling further cements its status as one of the best superminis at the park. Woof.