Nissan Pixo CO2 Emissions Decreased

2012 Nissan Pixo 1 photo
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Nissan has refreshed the Pixo, their cheapest car on offer, for 2012 in order to make it a bit more appealing. Thus, they’ve added some new colors and a few interior touches, but most importantly, they’ve revised the emissions of the car so will only put out 99 grams of CO2 per km.
This means that the affordable car is finally exempt from paying the congestion charge that you have to pay in the center of London. On the economy front, the Pixo will do 65.7 mpg on the combined UK cycle with makes it a true econobox.

For 2012, the supermini from Nissan will come with electronic auto-dimming rear view mirror as standard equipment. Besides the existing colors, Nissan has also added two new metallic ones - Glistening Grey and Midnight Purple.

Prices for the 68 PS car with a 5-speed manual gearbox start at just £7,250.
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