Nissan Micra Kuro and Shiro Introduced

Nissan has announced that two more graded of the new Micra will soon join the roster. Named Kuro and Shiro, meaning black and white respectively in Japanese, the new models are based on the mid grade Acenta, but have been built to feature some cooler range-topping features.
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The Kuro is finished in in Sapphire Black, a brand new metallic colour, and Shiro is available with a choice of two white shades - Pearl or Alabaster. Inside, both come with an ivory-effect dashboard and lighter seat trim to add class to the city car.

To set them apart from other Micras, both also come with a special badge on the tailgate. Prices in Britain start at £11,550 for a 1.2-litre manual, but both the CVT and the DIG-S engine are available.
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