NISSAN MICRA Car Review
A safe and steady supermini
The Nissan Micra has lost the distinct individuality that made it one of the UK’s favourite supermini of the 1990s and early 2000s.
But it still remains a steady and safe bet in a sector which is all about strong value for money.
The Nissan Micra is one of the bigger cars in the supermini class with reasonable interior space and a good sized 265 litre boot that grows to 550 litres with the back seats folded. The interior plastics feel a little hard grain to the touch but the Nissan Micra is well screwed together. The drive is like the rest of the car, solid and unremarkable, with a 1.2 litre engine that returns between 55 mpg and 65 mpg.
* A car you buy with your practical hat on * Reliable and well screwed together *