The latest edition of the Nissan Micra has become the premium choice for buyers with plenty of offers in their range.
Since its official launch in the middle of last year, it has been available with Visia, Accenta and Accenta Plus, each using a 66-liter 1.0 liter turbocharger.
DRIVEN: Nissan's cheerful new Micra is finally available in South Africa
New and improved
The 2019 is equipped with a new sports lining and two stronger engines with outputs of 73 and 85 kW, coupled with a five-speed manual or CVT gearbox.
For those who want even higher speeds, there's a special version of N-Sport that will compete with the Ford Fiesta ST.
Nissan SA has now confirmed updates for the local market, but Micra is currently the finalist of the SAA 2019 SA.