2003 Nissan March

2003 Nissan March

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The K12, unveiled in late 2002 with an improved 1.2 (CR12DE) and 1.4 (CR14DE) engine, recently spawned the coupé convertible model called the C+C. It was designed at the new London-based Nissan Design Europe studio, developed at the Nissan Technical Centre Europe at Cranfield, Bedfordshire and built, as with its predecessor, at the Sunderland plant. The electric folding glass roof is made by the internationally renowned [citation needed] coachworks Karmann and has a 2+2 seating layout. The car is powered by an 1.4 or 1.6 L engine. In 2005, Nissan Europe released a performance model of the K12. Dubbed the 160SR, it was released as a direct competitor to the MINI Cooper, Ford Fiesta Zetec-S and the Citroën C2 GT, with a 1.6 L HR16DE engine, giving 113 PS (83 kW/111 hp) and uprated sports suspension. In 2006, Nissan renamed the 160SR to the Sport SR in line with name changes across the board for the K12. It is known in most export markets as the Nissan Micra. My 330th model. #3rd_Generation #4_Cylinder #Automobile #Car #Compact #FF #Japanese #K12 #March #Masina #Nissan #Nissan_March #Stock #Supermini #Urban_Car #Vehicle
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