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    City car comparison: Fiat 500 v Mitsubishi Mirage v Nissan Micra v Volkswagen Up!

    28 October 2013

    They may not be the cars teenagers have pinned to their bedroom walls, but the Fiat 500, Mitsubishi Mirage, Nissan Micra and Volkswagen Up! are among the cheapest ways first-time drivers can get into a new car.

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    Light Car mega-test: Nissan Micra

    23 November 2011

    Not everyone love’s its cutesy Noddy Car looks, but the Nissan Micra very nearly won the Wheels Car of the Year award a couple of years ago. Its sharp price, good quality, competent handling and choice of two super frugal yet willing engines – a 1.2 three-cylinder and a 1.5 four-cylinder – helped put it in contention.

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    Nissan Micra ST: review

    28 September 2011

    This is the one. After driving the current crop of cheapies, Nissan's new Micra small car is the standout. Recalling the look of horror that crossed the faces of the Aussies journos at the mention of a 1.2-litre engine last year in Geneva, we probably owe Nissan some sort of apology.

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    Nissan Micra ST Road Test

    28 September 2011

    Chris Riley road tests and reviews the Nissan Micra ST.
    This is the one. After driving the current crop of cheapies, Nissan's new Micra small car is the standout.
    Priced from $12,990, the entry level Micra ST hatch is powered by a tiny 1.2-litre, three cylinder petrol engine that produces just 56kW of power and 100Nm of torque.

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    Nissan Micra ST Review

    23 April 2011

    The rev-hungry triple's performance and economy aren't amazing. Nor is the five-speed manual and the presentation is a bit dull. What is impressive, though, is the absence of shortcomings in equipment, safety and on-road manners you might expect in a $13,000 car. It's a good, surprisingly mature light car at a great price. It's also arguably the pick of the Micra range. Where costlier models face a tough fight against talented rivals, the ST immediately looks handily positioned to put entry-level rivals under real pressure.

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    Nissan Micra Review

    23 November 2010

    The fourth generation of Nissan's popular micro car stands to do better than all previous comers. Rather than simply a cheap, mostly compromised (for local buyers at least) option, Nissan Australia has taken its smallest offering more seriously this time.

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