Team-BHP

Team-BHP (https://www.team-bhp.com/forum/)
-   The Indian Car Scene (https://www.team-bhp.com/forum/indian-car-scene/)
-   -   New Nissan Micra : Full details & specs. EDIT - Launch on 14th July! (https://www.team-bhp.com/forum/indian-car-scene/82241-new-nissan-micra-full-details-specs-edit-launch-14th-july.html)

sidindica 25th May 2010 20:17

New Nissan Micra : Full details & specs. EDIT - Launch on 14th July!
 
Note from Mod : Please continue the discussion in the Nissan Micra Test-Drive Report Thread

This thread is closed.

New Nissan Micra 1.2 petrol

On Sale Date: July 1st week.

variants:
  • XE
  • XL
  • XV
Expected prices ex showroom Delhi:
  • XE: Rs. 3,75,000
  • XL: Rs. 4,25,000
  • XV: Rs. 4,65,000
Specifications:

Engine:
  • Code: HR12
  • Type: DOHC, 12V, 4 valves per cylinder
  • Cylinders: 3 in-line
  • Fuel: petrol
  • Displacement: 1198 cc
  • Bore X Stroke: 78 X 83.6
  • Max Power: 56 KW/ 76 PS@ 6000 rpm
  • Max torque: 104 NM (10.6 KGM)@ 4000 rpm
  • Compression ratio: 9.8:1
Transmission:
  • 5 speed manual
Steering:
  • Electric power assisted rack and pinion
Turning radius:
  • 4.65 m
Suspension:
  • Front: Mcpherson strut
  • Rear: Torsion beam
  • Gas filled dampers all round
Brakes:
  • Front: Ventilated Disc
  • Rear: Drum
Wheels and tyres:
  • Wheels: 14 X 5.5J steel
  • tyres: 165/70 R14
Dimensions/Weights:
  • length: 3780 mm
  • width: 1665 mm
  • height: 1530 mm
  • wheelbase: 2450 mm
  • tread front: 1470 mm
  • tread rear: 1475 mm
Capacities:
  • seating capacity: 5 persons
  • fuel tank capacity: 41 litres
  • trunk capacity: 226 litres
ARAI certified fuel economy: 18.06 kmpl

Key equipment levels:

exterior:
  • roof antenna (XE, XL, XV)
  • full wheel covers (XL, XV)
  • rear wiper and washer (XL, XV)
  • Electric park and fold mirror (power retract) (XV)
  • Door mirror electric adjustment (XV)
Interior:
  • Drive computer (XE, XL, XV)
  • Tachometer (XL, XV)
  • Parcel shelf (XL, XV)
  • Integrated audio system with 4 speakers and aux-in (XL, XV)
  • manual AC (XE, XL)
  • automatic climate control (XV)
  • Interior colour scheme-black (XE, XL)
  • Interior colour scheme-grey and beige (XV)
Comfort and Convenience:
  • electric power steering (XE, XL, XV)
  • tilt steering adjustment (XE, XL, XV)
  • power windows front and rear with anti pinch function on driver's side (XE, XV)
  • central door lock (XE, XV)
  • remote key less entry (XE)
  • intelligent key with push button ignition* (XV)
Safety:
  • Engine immobilizer (XE, XL, XV)
  • Driver Airbag (XE, XL, XV)
  • front passenger airbag (XV)
  • ABS, EBD, BA (XV)
  • front fog lamps (XV)
  • security alarm (XV)
*with an intelligent key fob in your pocket, you ca start the engine at the push of a button and lock and unlock the doors just by touching the request switch on the door handle. And for an added measure of security, the engine immobilizer prevents anyone without the key from starting the car.(KEYLESS GO)

An additional variant, XE plus is also available with some factory fitted accessories.


XE plus=XE + options:
  • OE audio system with 4 speakers and aux in
  • seat cover-fabric (black and silver colour combination)
  • steering wheel cover (pure leather-black and silver colour combination)
  • full wheel cover
Exterior shades:
  • sunlight orange
  • blade silver
  • storm white
  • pacific blue
  • oynx black
  • brick red
Diesel will be launched in September. No plans for CVT as of now.

Samurai 25th May 2010 20:45

Driver airbag in every variant of a small hatch? Wow, that is a first!

Sid, good show with the scoop, again.

fine69 25th May 2010 20:51

From the pics I found on google it looks like a beetle design gone wrong! Is it the same Nissan Micra that's available with the 1.4L engine in UK?

HammerHead 25th May 2010 20:56

Quote:

Originally Posted by sidindica (Post 1904794)
New Nissan Micra 1.2 petrol
Expected prices ex showroom Delhi:
  • XE: Rs. 3,75,000
  • XL: Rs. 4,25,000
  • XV: Rs. 4,65,000
Safety:
  • Driver Airbag (XE, XL, XV)

Price looks 'ok' considering Driver side Airbag as standard. Could have been priced a bit low though.

Quote:

anti pinch function on driver's side
What's that??

Quote:

Exterior shades:
  • sunlight orange
  • blade silver
  • storm white
  • pacific blue
  • oynx black
  • brick red

Thank god they dropped that shade of green whatever that was!!!

cyclops 25th May 2010 21:00

Man sid.. you are one amazing guy..!

Specs look quite good.. XV features seems pretty innovative.. Would be an interesting launch indeed..

sidindica 25th May 2010 21:01

20 Attachment(s)
Pictures (variant is top end XV):

decklid with nissan logo and touch sensor which opens the boot, in conjunction with smart key/keyless go.
Attachment 355334

rear 3 quarter-looks quirky yet cute. ladies will surely love it.
Attachment 355335

side resembles old beetle and is evolutionary as compared to previous micra. Yet it looks refreshing.
Attachment 355336

front 3 quarter-evokes mixed reactions, some called it a baby cayenne.
Attachment 355337

front end resembles cayenne to quiet an extent. cartoonish perhaps? I loved it.
Attachment 355338

close up view of front end.
Attachment 355339

this angle is reminiscent of some curves from Porsche boxster.
Attachment 355340

side angle.
Attachment 355341

fron this angle, the car looks delicate and quiet mundane.
Attachment 355342

rear angle is bland, this car is a love it or hate it design.
Attachment 355343

taillights inspired from mini cooper.rear fog lights are NOT standard.
Attachment 355344

micra badging looks classy.
Attachment 355345

rear wash/wipe and defogger standard on XV
Attachment 355346

226 litre boot space. parcel tray flimsy and can be prone to rattles.
Attachment 355347

full size steel spare wheel and tool kit.
Attachment 355348

rear seats fold flat for more boot space. 60:40 split not standard on Indian version.
Attachment 355349

rear legroom is at a premium but good for a car of this size.
Attachment 355350

rear seat just about average in terms of comfort and cushioning.
Upright angle could be potentially tiring.
Integrated head restraints pretty useless as they are placed very low.
Attachment 355351

rear doorpad. Plastics are good quality and soft to touch. design is ordinary. No door pockets.
Attachment 355352

Dashboard in big and grey colour scheme in XV.
Attachment 355353

More pics coming up in a while.

pjbiju 25th May 2010 21:10

Quote:

Originally Posted by HammerHead (Post 1904868)
Quote:

anti pinch function on driver's side
What's that??

I think it means that the glass when rolled up will stop if it finds some obstruction (like somebody's hand for example). In some vehicles, the glass will start rolling down also.

-Biju

dark_horizon 25th May 2010 21:13

Simply amazing sid.
Am planning to buy a hatch and have almost finalized on swift. However, will need to reconsider my decision.

M.R 25th May 2010 21:18

Nice car, Price is right too !

basilmabraham 25th May 2010 21:24

Amazing scoop again Sid. Hope to see more detailed info as we go along.

So this is another reason for confusion for the already confused hatchback buyer. :)

asethi 25th May 2010 21:26

Quote:

Originally Posted by HammerHead (Post 1904868)
Price looks 'ok' considering Driver side Airbag as standard. Could have been priced a bit low though.

I think the price is already on par compared to Swift/Ritz, and it's really hard for foreign players to match Maruti pricing in India!

MARCUS_520i 25th May 2010 21:27

It's unsure of how well it'll sell in the male buyer territory, though there's gonna be a lotta ladies pickin' 'em up for sure!
As far as the current hatch competition goes, the specs on this one are really tempting. So there's still a high possibility of the Micra doing good in the market.

P.S. Sidindica, will you try doing a review on the new generation Teana that I see in some pictures? The rear resembles/reminds one of the Camry and the E-class Merc and sure is sinfully sexy for the price it comes for!

sidindica 25th May 2010 21:32

20 Attachment(s)
More pictures of XV

despite being equipped with a passenger airbag, the co driber side is extremely practical with dual glove box and a shelf as standard.
Attachment 355387

integrated audio with MP3 CD, aux-in and 4 speakers. No kind of remote whatsoever, not even on steering.
Attachment 355388

moulded roof lining, vanity mirror was not present on this car.
Attachment 355389

front door pad with power window controls, bland design, decent quality, bottle shelf and magazine pocket.
Attachment 355390

instrument cluster, fuel gauge is digital, no temp gauge.
Attachment 355391

centre console.
Attachment 355392

gloveboxes open, space decent, not class best.
Attachment 355393

engine start/stop button in conjunction with keyless go, only on XV.
Attachment 355394

audio looks funky, sound quality decent.
Attachment 355395

automatic climate control buttons look radical, pretty refreshing out of ordinary.
Attachment 355396

driver airbag is standard on all models.
Attachment 355401

controls for powered OSRVM, electric mirror retract and headlamp levelling device.
Attachment 355402

controls for bonnet opening and fuel tank opening on its right, the latter can be inconvenient to use. Cost cutting here.
Attachment 355403

pedals are cramped. No dead pedal on offer.
Attachment 355404

driver side door handle with request sensor that opens or closes the doors without the use of the key.
Attachment 355405

even the roof design is pretty funky with double bubble design touch.
Attachment 355406

1.2L 12V DOHC 3 cylinder petrol engine is a bit of a tight fit in the engine bay.
Attachment 355407

front chrome grill bar and air dam.
Attachment 355408

oval headlights inspired by Porsche sportscars.
Attachment 355409

panel gap on the bonnet line was a bit large, questionable.
Attachment 355410

Ricky_63 25th May 2010 21:36

At this price I do not see any reason for complain. But we (as Indians) always want more bang for the buck. Don't we ?? I personally don't like any car that is rounded (like the A Star)

BUT the price is attractive & NISSAN has shown it's intention of being in the game seriously.

So far whatever they launched did petty numbers, this one should open the market for them. When people (no offence to anyone) can like the Ritz or the Beat. They would love this.

In my books the Ritz & the Beat are the most horrendous looking cars, I hate the rakish angles, not required I think, but then that is me.



Cheers

sidindica 25th May 2010 21:41

10 Attachment(s)
Final set of pics.

front fog light, radiator is placed 10 inches back unlike the figo.
Attachment 355417

full wheel caps with 14" steel wheels. alloys not standard on any variant.
Attachment 355418

OSRVM design is curvy to aid aerodynamics.
Attachment 355419

co driver side door handle with request sensor that opens or closes the doors without the use of the key.
Attachment 355420

wheelbase is decent, so does the road clearance. Figure for GC unknown.
Attachment 355421

all smiles after spending a good time here.
Attachment 355422

no bhangra please, I insisted.
Attachment 355423

V is for V platform, not victory.:D
Attachment 355424

half rear 3 quarter perspective.
Attachment 355425

maybe this angle suits the car best. I quiet liked it.
Attachment 355426


All times are GMT +5.5. The time now is 22:30.