New four-seater will be the most spacious in its class
22 October 2009

This is the Nissan Roox microcar.

The Roox is the most spacious four-seater in its class despites its small dimensions of 3395mm long, 1475mm wide and 1735mm high.

The rear seats can be folded flat to improve boot space, while sliding rear doors also boost access to the rear.

Other features include a chrome grille, a drinks cooler in the glove box and a remote control to open the sliding rear doors.

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9 October 2009

Nissan with all these most excellent models are so on fire (on top form); go Nissan, i hope they will be building more in the UK

9 October 2009

[quote Autocar]1475mm wide and 1735mm high[/quote]

That is just wrong!

9 October 2009

[quote Colonel Snappy]

[quote Autocar]1475mm wide and 1735mm high[/quote]

That is just wrong!

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Indeed, and i bet its fun to drive on a windy motorway!

9 October 2009

This sell by the barrow load to anorexic Top hat milliners.

Where has all Japanese design went to?

23 October 2009

Isn't this just a rebadged Suzuki Palette? In which case its packaging should be more or less identical, so how come it's supposed to be "the most spacious"?

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