Extras thrown in on Micra Urbis
28 January 2006

Nissan has introduced a new special edition model to its Micra range. The Urbis, based on the £8730 1.2 S, adds air conditioning and rear parking sensors to an equipment list already boasting electric front windows, a CD player, keyless entry and side airbags.

The extra equipment is worth £825, but the Urbis comes in at £7995, meaning a total saving of £1560. The new model will be available in three- and five-door guises (the latter commanding a £650 premium) with an automatic transmission a £900 option. The new model is on sale now.

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