2021 Nissan March Facelift Revealed For Mexico Market

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Somethings by getting ages become antique, and some Nissans by getting ages become facelifted. One of the compact Hatchback of Nissan, Nissan March, has been around since 2010. This vehicle as one of the beloved members of the Nissan company in Mexico never wants to retire so, it has its facelift for 2021. In addition, this car has experienced a new design in 2016 too.

This little SUV of Nissan, after 11-years has still its customers and fans. So, company decided by giving a facelift to it, make the car more UpToDate. The changes are not summed up in the exterior, also interior of this vehicle has changed and equipped with new technology and the them of 2021 trends. But unfortunately, its just for the Mexico market.

2021 nissan march facelift

Trendy Face

Starting from the exterior, we see a complete sporty face, with a bigger V-motion grille. The angular headlights, smaller low air intake is the thing that is very regular nowadays in other SUVs too. The anti-fog lamps are placed in the new bumper too. Going to the back of car, the whole new tailgate, and diffuser makes the March more attractive. Also, the new wheels and two-tone color options that include the front, side and rear pillars, and window surrounds, are the other facelift subjects.

2021 nissan march facelift

Fair Interior

Interior is also changed. Although the same dashboard panel was used but the center console is new. It has now a bigger infotainment screen on it. The flat-bottom steering wheel is also part of the March 2021.

2021 nissan march facelift

Enough Power

Under the hood of this Hatchback is a 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine. Not a very big one, but enough for daily uses. This engine has 106 hp output and via a five-speed manual or a four-speed automatic transmission system delivers 142 Nm of torque to the front wheels.


As Nissan is always one of the safest cars, having six standard airbags, seatbelt reminder for the front seats, ABS, EBD and BA for March is some thing regular. But still, we should wait for more details.


As Nissan March will march on the streets, the pre-sale would start from first of February. The price would be at least $10,793 and if the Advance and Exclusive orders will be on demand, the cost would rise to $13,885. All grades can be ordered with either the stick shift or the automatic gearbox, and the lineup also includes the two-tone options of the March Exclusive.

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