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Precisely one month after revealing the Juke Kiiro particular version, Nissan introduced the Micra Kiiro with an analogous spec impressed by the upcoming film “The Batman”. Each limited-production fashions are already obtainable to order within the UK. The present fifth-gen Micra has been on sale since 2016 and would be the final ICE-powered supermini by Nissan which has already teased its absolutely electrical successor.

Kiiro is Japanese for yellow which explains the yellow accents on the aspect moldings in addition to on the entrance and rear aprons making a excessive distinction with the Echo Gray exterior shade. Different particulars embrace black-painted 17-inch alloy wheels, Kiiro stickers on the C-pillar, and rear privateness glass.

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The Micra Kiiro is predicated on the Acenta grade with the Imaginative and prescient pack. Customary tools contains the 7-inch touchscreen for the NissanConnect infotainment, navigation, black material upholstery for the seats, automated air-condition, energy home windows, rear parking sensors, and auto headlights.

Like each Micra that’s presently obtainable within the UK, the Kiiro is fitted with the turbocharged 1.0-liter three-cylinder petrol engine producing 91 hp (68 kW / 92 PS) and 160 Nm (118 lb-ft) of torque. Energy is transmitted to the entrance axle by means of a handbook gearbox or an elective CVT automated that provides an additional £1,350 ($1,805) to the bottom worth.

A restricted variety of 250 models of the Micra Kiiro can be found to order within the UK with costs ranging from £18,375 ($24,580) for the handbook and from £19,725 (26,384) for the CVT. Nissan additionally introduced UK pricing for the five hundred models of the Juke Kiiro that begins from £24,350 ($32,572) for the handbook and from £25,850 ($34,576) for the DCT automated.

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