Nissan Micra Gets New Exterior Colour called ‘Sunshine Orange’ with Black Interior


Nissan Micra gets new exterior colour called ‘Sunshine Orange’ with black interiors; it now comes in two petrol and two diesel trims only

Nissan India revised its model lineup in India just days ago. And it seems, the company is all set to introduce a new exterior colour to the small hatchback Micra. The new exterior colour comes dubbed as the ‘Sunshine Orange’. A Micra painted in the colour has been spotted at a dealership. Interesting fact is that, the ‘Sunshine Orange’ painted Micra also gets a all black interior theme.

No wonder the new exterior colour and the all black interior colour makes the Micra sportier and more stylish. Expect the Micra with the new exterior paint to be available in the showrooms soon. Despite the new colour addition, the Micra gets no other changes at exterior and interior as well.

Micra Sunshine Orange

Also read: Nissan Revises India Lineup, Micra Petrol Gets CVT Gearbox Only

The Japanese automaker has revised the model lineup by shelving several variants across models like Micra, Terrano and Sunny. The Micra now comes available XL and XV for petrol and XL and XL (O) for diesel. The petrol models come with CVT gearbox only. The XE and XZVP trims have been discontinued after the revision. The addition of the new exterior colour comes right after that.

Meanwhile the Japanese auto manufacturer is working on the new generation Micra. The test mules of the upcoming Micra have been spotted testing several times. The new Micra comes completely redesigned, and it looks very aggressive compared to the outgoing model. It will come based on a new lightweight platform. It will don changes inside the cabin and on the mechanical front as well.


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The India spec model gets power from a 1.2 litre three cylinder DOHC petrol engine mated to a CVT gearbox. This engine kicks out 77 PS of peak power. The diesel engine is a 1.5 litre four cylinder SOHC DCI engine mated to a 5 speed manual transmission. This engine churns out 64 PS of peak power.

Source: Shifting Gears