Nissan’s product naming department has clearly had an early finish today, with news that a new limited edition Micra will be called the ‘Limited Edition’.
Based on the mid-range Acenta model, the special version of the revised Micra comes with a contrasting roof and mirrors, side sills and wheel centre caps. There’s also a chrome exhaust and a badge to make it clear that you’re driving something special.
Inside the contrasting colour scheme continues, with air vents, gearshift column and floor mats echoing the roof colour.
Otherwise, it’s standard Acenta fare, with air-conditioning, cruise control, Bluetooth and auto-wipers, amongst other kit.
The limited edition Limited Edition is available now from £12,300, saving £400 on the standard model.
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