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Nissan Micra

Nissan Micra (Japan, 1982-present)

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The Nissan Micras is a supermini model produced by the Japanese automaker Nissan since 1982. Since the beginning of its production the Micra already count with four different generations.

The first generation built between 1982 and 1992 was powered by a 1-liter engine and a 1.2-liter engine and it was available in either three or five door body style.

The K11 was produced between 1992 and 2002 and was powered by both a 1-liter engine and a 1.3-liter engine. After a facelift in 1998 the second generation Micra also became available in Western Europe with a 1.5 diesel engine. This generation available with cabriolet, 3-door and 5 door hatchback, sedan and station wagon body styles.

The third generation was launched at the 2002 Paris Motor Show. It was designed at the new London-based Nissan Design Europe studio, developed at the Nissan Technical Centre Europe at Cranfield, Bedfordshire and built, as with its predecessor, at the Sunderland plant.

The current generation was officially launched on 2nd March 2010 at the 80th Geneva Auto Show in Switzerland.


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