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Nissan Micra Pricing and Specs

2018 price from

The Nissan Micra is available from $8,800 to $17,930 for the 2021 across a range of models.

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Year Price From Price To
2018 $8,800 $17,930
2017 $6,000 $13,860
2016 $5,500 $12,980
2015 $5,100 $12,210
2014 $4,500 $9,680
2013 $3,700 $8,360
2012 $2,700 $6,820
2011 $2,300 $5,720
2010 $2,000 $5,170
2009 $2,500 $4,510
2008 $2,200 $4,070
2007 $2,100 $4,070
1997 $2,100 $4,070
1996 $2,100 $4,070
1995 $2,100 $4,070

Nissan Micra FAQs

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  • Changing belts in Micra?

    Are you talking about the cam belt, or the belt driving the alternator, water pump and other accessories? If you are talking about the latter it would usually only be changed if it was clearly worn when checked visually. If you're asking about the cam belt, the Micra has a chain, not a belt, so it doesn't need changing regularly. The only reason you might change it was if it was noisy and loose, when there's a risk that it could jump a tooth and damage the engine.

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  • Nissan Micra carpet worn

    The Micra is a cheap-and-cheerful car and the carpet is probably also cheap. Having it wear as you have had it frustrating, and it's probably unacceptable in such a short period of time. Having been to the dealer, and to Nissan, and been rejected your only course of action is to consult the consumer affairs people in Queensland.

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  • Slow starting Nissan Micra

    Putting the blankets over the engine and bonnet means the engine doesn't cool as much while sitting overnight, so isn't as cold when you come to start it in the morning. I'd say you need a new battery, one with good cold cranking power, as I reckon the drain on the battery as it tries to turn the engine over is too high and the engine isn't getting enough power to start. Once it fires it's fine, that's because it's then not having to power the starter.

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