Nissan Micra Connect Special Edition Announced

Nissan recently announced a new special version of the Micra, a car inspired by the results on an online survey set up by the Japanese manufacturer, which revealed that women are looking for a car easier to park and drive in traffic jams. So here it is, the Nissan Micra Connect Special Edition, a model especially addressed to women and offered with several new features compared to the model it is based on.

Since it is designed for urban female drivers, the special edition comes equipped with new dashboard electronics, wrote, including a voice-activated navigation system, GPS with parking and road condition information plus a separate feature that allows the driver to search for a fuel efficient route. Other features include Bluetooth support, USB connectivity, iPod and MP3 player.

As for engines, the Nissan Micra Special Edition was especially designed to be a fuel efficient vehicle, so it features all four Nissan's engine configurations ranging in between 1.2-liter gasoline 65 horsepower and 1.5-liter 86 horsepower diesel option.

The car will be officially rolled out in September, with prices likely to surface in the weeks prior to the launch.

Separately, Nissan recently announced it will build the Micra in India, with production to be handed over to a new factory near Chennai, India somestimes in mid-2010. The facility will roll out some 200,000 vehicles per year, most of them intended for Europe. About 60 to 70 percent of the Indian output will be aimed at European markets, Colin Dodge, a senior executive for Africa, the Middle East, India and Europe, was quoted as saying last week.
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