1,905 used Nissan Micra have been price checked

1,905 used Nissan Micra have been price checked

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Nissan Micra is an impressive electric small car

Are you thinking of buying a used small car? Then the Japanese Nissan Micra is a good option. In total, there are 3,192 used Nissan Micra for sale on AutoUncle in the UK, gathered from online marketplaces and several dealership websites, which means you get almost a full listing of all pre-owned Nissan Micra for sale in the UK.

What should I pay for a pre-owned Nissan Micra?

The used car price for a Nissan Micra can vary widely and depends on four primary factors: the year the model is from, fuel economy of the car, how far the car has already travelled along with equipment level.

The oldest and cheapest Nissan Micra here on AutoUncleis available for £450, and the newest and most well-equipped model costs around £18,815.

Equipment for Nissan Micra

Introduced in 2017, the latest generation of Nissan Micra, known as MICRA K14 FIFTH GENERATION comes in the following equipment variant:

In order to find the best sale price, it is essential only comparing the offers of cars with the same equipment variant and engine size. Otherwise, you may reach a wrong conclusion on which car to buy.

You can save an average of £5,439 if you buy the lowest priced equipment variant, called Visia+, compared with the costlier Tekna+.

The Nissan Micra offers outstanding fuel efficiency

A regular small car in the United Kingdom drives 44 miles on the gallon, but the latest generation of the Nissan Micra outshines the average and drives an average of 48 miles on one gallon of petrol.

Fuel types

Before deciding on a fuel type to buy, we highly recommend taking some time to consider your current driving habits. Do you only use your car to get to and from work? Is the distance less than roughly 35 miles each way? If you take many short trips or tend to use your car in the city, you should prioritise electric or petrol cars.

If you typically drive longer distances, we recommend diesel. Keep in mind that diesel engines with high emissions have been banned from entering cities in a range of countries.

Range of Nissan Micra for sale on AutoUncle by fuel type:

The most popular colour is white

The colour you will find the most Nissan Micra of here on AutoUncle is white, as we have 339 cars available in that colour for the moment.

White is a modern and popular colour for a car, but it also has some disadvantages. For example, its susceptibility to dirt means that it requires regular washing to look its best.

The recent Nissan Micra is obtainable in 10 different colours, which is white, black, grey, red, blue, silver, orange, green, brown and beige.

The Nissan Micra is only available as hatchback

Hatchbacks are compact cars that pair great driving with the flexibility of having space. High fuel efficiency makes hatchbacks popular with people living in cities, as does the fact that they’re easy to park.

Popular alternatives to the Japanese Nissan Micra

The Nissan Micra is a relatively popular car within its segment and the following cars in particular are good alternatives to the small car.

Alternative cars to the Nissan Micra

  • Ford Fiesta
  • VW Polo
  • Mini Cooper
  • Renault Clio

The bestselling small car and top competitor to the Nissan Micra is the Ford Fiesta. There are 18,414 of this car for sale in the UK right now and the average selling price is £ 14,997.

The second top selling car is the VW Polo with 10,456 cars for sale, and last but not least, the Mini Cooper is the 3rd most popular car in the segment and, with 7,812 cars for sale, is a good alternative to the Nissan Micra.

AutoUncle's valuation

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At AutoUncle, we firmly believe that every consumer should be enabled to make fair deals while purchasing a second hand car. This is why, since 2010, we have been building a free, independent car valuation service, to help consumers across Europe search and compare cars based on their price.

Everyday, our systems scan or receive data from 3000+ websites (marketplaces or car dealers) across Europe, resulting in more than 5 million cars evaluated.

How do we come up with a car valuation?

The price valuation for each vehicle is calculated by statistically comparing the car and its price to similar cars currently for sale. AutoUncle updates valuations regularly to make sure that the comparisons shown are as accurate and up-to-date as possible, and take into account market trends as well.

Our price comparisons takes more than 100 potential factors into consideration, for example:






This allows us to determine its market value and evaluate the fairness of the price and rate it in one of AutoUncle’s five price rating categories.

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