Nissan stays in the Pink
2 August 2006

Pink. It's not exactly our favourite colour for a car, but it seems there are plenty of you out there who disagree (well, at least a couple of hundred of you, anyway).Spurred on by what it claims is popular demand, Nissan has decided to build another 175 of its Micra C+C Pink coupe-cabriolets.Initially launched as a limited run of 100 cars in March, the Pink sold out within weeks; Nissan hopes the next batch of cars will do the same.The Pink is based on the 1.6 Sport, comes with 16-inch alloys and air-con and costs £14,495.If you prefer your Micras in a more sombre colour, there's also £1000 off the price of the Micra Sport SR, which is now £9995, and a free auto box (worth £900) on the Micra Spirita.

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