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Concept Car of the Week: Alfa Romeo BAT 7

Fri, 31 Aug 2012

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Nissan Micra facelift (2013) first official pictures

Mon, 03 Jun 2013

Nissan’s tried to inject some of the styling fizz of the Juke into the Micra supermini, with a package of visual tweaks for 2013. The cabin’s had a nip and tuck too, and Nissan has confirmed prices won’t rise sharply versus the current £9800-14,000 range. What’s new for the latest Nissan Micra?