March exterior facelift headlamp design have used a little taper, as well as for the fog lamp. They seem to want to leave the impression of rounded light on older models.
Also altered grille design, larger size with the Nissan logo in the middle of the fenced lis shaped ‘V‘. While the rear bumper and LED lights have been applying. Plus new wheel designs like flowers.
Turning to the interior, a new twist occurs NissanConnect application infotainment system – monitor touch screen measuring 5.8 inches. Then electric windows, CD player, central locking with remote, power steering, ABS, ESP, airbags up.
No change unfortunately spread to the kitchen runway, they still rely on 1.2-liter three-cylinder engine and a supercharged DIG–S, which is combined with five-speed manual transmission or a CVT (automatic).
March facelift is cool for Nissan Motor Indonesia (NMI) to be able to penetrate in the city car market. Known, starting March market share is threatened by the presence of new models such as the Mitsubishi Mirage, Honda Brio, Toyota Etios and Valco.
Interestingly, March which will be sold in the country not only had a refresher design. However, the choice of the new 1.5-liter engine. NMI is still tight-lipped about the news, but they said it would give kejuatan in March this year.