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Nissan Micra available in two new versions

Nissan has introduced two new versions of its Micra model, dubbed Kuro and Shiro (black and white). These models are based on the midrange Acenta but come with some extra goodies that up until now were only available for the high-end models. This additional equipment includes heated front seats, parking sensors with parking space measurement, climate control, along with a 400-pound optional satellite navigation system.

These two new versions of the Micra also feature metallic paints schemes, with one version of black for the Kuro model and two shades of white for the Shiro version. The interior cabins of both models will have an ivory-effect dashboard, bespoke badges on the rear tailgate and also a lighter seat trim.

The Nissan Micra Kuro and Shiro will be available with 1.2-liter normally aspirated and supercharged DIG-S power units, with a choice of either a manual transmission or an automatic CVT gearbox.

We don’t know how many units they’ll make but we can tell you that the cheapest version starts from 11,500 pounds.

Source: Nissan via Autocar