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New Limited Edition Nissan Micra

Limited Edition Nissan Micra

 

Nissan are set to release a new splash of colour Micra model. The eye catching colour scheme on the Nissan Micra model will be based on the Acenta mid range. The model will feature the contrasting roof and matching mirror caps.

 

The Japanese brand has excelled in the UK with models such as the Qashaqai, Juke, Leaf and Note models respectively and the Micra model has somewhat lacked in its offering. The new Limited Edition model will be available in three colour schemes, Pacific Blue and White, Shiraz Red and Black and then the very contrasting White and Red.

 

The Micra model has in the past been criticised for being aimed at the female population and therefore narrowing down the market. However, since the next generation of models have come to the market, an increase in male sales has occurred.

 

Over the past two years, the Nissan brand has become one of the major automotive brands in the industry as a number of models dominate respected markets. The Nissan Leaf is the current market leader for the electric car market and is set to come up against a host of new opposition this year.

 

Mass market manufacturer BMW, have recently released the new i3 into the electric car market and has been tipped to the biggest rival to the Nissan Leaf model. However, it has not yet been indicated how many i3 models have been sold since the model has been on the market.

 

The BMW was in fact said to be the most eagerly anticipated model in automotive history as a total of £2 billion had been spent on research and development in electrical power before BMW ever produced a model.

 

The Nissan Leaf model is also set for an update sometime this year as production workers in the Sunderland plant ready the models for distribution. The Note model is also rumoured to be undergoing an update as the Japanese manufacturer looks keen to hold on to the current market share and sales figures in the UK.

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