I can still remember the very first time I drove this car. I couldn't believe that such an ugly creature can be felt as if you are driving a real car. When it comes to the matter its look I call "Microbe" rather than"Micra". Just because of it, I'll never want to drive it; but honestly I guess it is a strong, good performing car.
On 10 November 2011 at 12:36 UTC, kunal said:
On 15 November 2011 at 07:28 UTC, tawanda said:
On 26 December 2012 at 12:16 UTC, Noneofme Havedid said:
"...you won't see anybody that has the tiniest passion for the automotive world drive one of these...". Your is not passion for cars or the automotive world. Your is a passion for a fantasy world made of sprint and speed, not cars. Maybe you drive cars as a job and most of the miles you cover are for their own sake.
We buy cars to live with them, to use them for what they are. When we want fun, if we can afford it, we do it on a race circuit.
I bet the average reader has spent at least 1,000 times longer driving a car because they needed to go somewhere than because they wanted a thrill.
Wake up. You destroyed the car magazine market scaring off those who want to know how a car is like and what's good or bad at, rather than how much you enjoyed driving it while going nowhere.
On 9 October 2013 at 06:27 UTC, Fabiola L. said:
I have to say I like this car. I want an efficient and reliable form of transportation that will take from A to B, it is easy to maneuver, park, has good visibility and good ergonomics for short drivers. I only need it for commuting and getting around at not so high speeds, I use the motorway and some ring roads whose speed limits don't go over 100 kmh, the Nissan Micra does a fine job and it is kind on my wallet. I recommended especially for new drivers like me, the superb visibility has helped me to reduce my stress levels when attempting to park or maneuver the car on tight spots :)