Nissan expands Kiiro


Nissan Micra Kiiro, 2022, front
Nissan Micra Kiiro, 2022, interior
Nissan Juke and Micra Kiiro, 2022, front

A SECOND model is being added to Nissan's Kiiro range of special editions in the shape of a new Micra.

It joins the Juke Kiiro which is being launched to mark the company's tie up with the new Batman movie.

The Micra Kiiro is priced from £18,375 for manual versions and £19,725 for automatics and the car is based on the Acenta grade

A vision pack is standard which includes rear parking sensors, navigation, automatic air conditioning and rear power windows.

Inside, the car has black cloth trim and the NissanConnect audio set up with smartphone integration, ‘intelligent' auto headlights and concealed rear door handles.

The Juke Kiiro starts at £24,350 for the manual and goes up to £25,850 for the automatic DCT version.

Kiiro is Japanese foryellow and sees yellow trims accenting the range. This is accompanied by textured Kiiro branded stickers covering the rear pillar of both vehicles.

On the Micra, the yellow trims will be included on the front bumper, rear bumper and side panel finishers to contrast against a grey body colour and larger gloss black 17-inch alloy wheels with rear privacy glass.


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