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New Nissan Micra costs from £9,950

Tue, 25 Jun 2013 00:00:00 -0700

New Nissan Micra Facelift (pictured) costs from £9,950 Although we saw the new facelift for the Nissan Micra in the guise of the overseas Nissan March in back in March, it took Nissan until this month to reveal the new Micra for the UK, and now we’ve got specifications and prices confirmed. Starting at £9,950 for the Micra Visia, all new Micra models come with a new front and back, upgraded interior with a new centre console, better materials and more equipment. The entry-level Visia gets Bluetooth, electric front windows, remote central locking and USB, with the mid-spec Acenta (from £11,550) adding alloys, leather steering wheel, Climate and Cruise.

Vauxhall ADAM Black Edition and ADAM White Edition – ‘Smartphone on Wheels’

Mon, 27 Jan 2014 00:00:00 -0800

Vauxhall ADAM Black Edition and ADAM White Edition – 250 being built It’s no secret that Vauxhall want the ADAM to be as individual as possible, despite its rather generic appearance, so apart from a plethora of customisation options Vauxhall will be churning out regular limited editions – just like MINI and the Fiat 500. The latest limited editions are the Vauxhall ADAM Black Edition and ADAM White Edition which, say Vauxhall, offer even more levels of personalisation and takes many design cues from the Smartphone. That’s because, as Vauxhall claim, the ADAM is the best connected small car in its segment and the ADAM White and ADAM Black come with IntelliLink infotainment system and Siri eyes free as standard with controls in black or white with brushed aluminium accents, just like a typical smartphone.

Concept Car of the Week: Nissan NX-21 (1983)

Fri, 01 Aug 2014 00:00:00 -0700

In the early 1980s, with the new millennium still seemingly an age away, Nissan Design America was tasked with imagining the family car of the future, while giving potential buyers a preview of the forthcoming N13 NX and EXA models. The resulting concept would be shown at the Tokyo motor show in 1983. Given confidence by the increasing success and expanding global presence of Japanese cars, including the previous generation N12 NX, Nissan's designers, led by Tom Semple, decided that the NX-21 (for 21st century) was the answer.