The Global Car The new Nissan Micra has been designed specifically to cater to the global market, it is now longer and lower than its predecessor and now incorporates a more masculine frame. This supermini comes in three models the Visia, Acenta and Tekna allowing customers to fine-tune the car to their tastes. The Micra sits on an all new Versatile platform which has been developed under a comprehensive new production engineering process, and now runs on a 1.2 litre three-cylinder petrol engine which only emits 95g/km CO2 which is impressive for this engine. As standard the Micra comes with some fancy kit including stop start technology, stability control and Bluetooth. Safety-wise the Micra comes with six airbags and is expecting a five star NCAP crash test rating. This nippy city car also has a top speed of 105 mph which is good going for a car of this class. The inside is just as impressive as the outside with bold circular air conditioning controls in the middle of the dash which adds some style to a once plain interior. The Micra can only be described as doing exactly what it says on the tin, it's safe, stylish and practical. Visit ww.evanshalshaw.com for more information on this car.
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