March Nissan 2013 | Review, Price, Interior, Exterior, Engine. – Now, Nissan announced today the next generation of its global subcompact, the Note, due to go on sale in Japan this September and Europe in 2013. Nissan North America has now followed that news by announcing that the next Versa hatchback will use the same platform, and echo many of the Note’s styling cues.
With press days for the Detroit Auto Show now behind us, our focus is shifting eastwards. Make that Far East, as the tuners have rolled in for the Tokyo Auto Salon, where Nissan performance tuning arm March has taken on its third compact and given it an attitude adjustment.
Following the recent debuts of the Leaf Nismo and Juke Nismo comes this March Nismo, based on the small hatchback also known as the Micra or (in Taiwan) as the Verita. March has given it a enhanced sportiness through lightweight wheels, updated grille and aero kit, new door mirrors and sportier seats and steering wheel inside.
Few details are available at the moment, but Nissan confirms that the Versa will use the company’s global V-Platform, but “embrace features tailored to its markets in North and South America”. The new car may well share similar proportions to the Asian-market Tiida shown at Shanghai, with styling details from the new Note. The new Note will be built in factories in Japan and the U.K, but Nissan hasn’t yet announced where the American versions are to be made likely Mexico, where the current Versa is produced.
Principal launch of Nissan in 2011, the March is the first popular Japanese origin sold in Brazil. The model is equipped with an engine of 1.0 liter and 1.6 liters flex, the bet will be the automaker to win it in the volume market. For now, March is manufactured by Nissan in Mexico, but from 2014, the model will leave the assembly lines of the future of the Nissan factory in Brazil, which will be located in Resende (RJ).
Nissan is a Japanese manufacturer of cars, it is in Brazil a few years ago and already has several cars here. Now she brought the March, which is known as “The People’s Car Nissan.” The March has been in Brazil since September 2011 and have been more than 11,000 units sold, is still poorly when compared to other compact cars, but once was enough for Nissan to grow 88% in 2011. The Nissan March is considered a popular car since its “version” input costs 26.990. See the Pricing of Nissan March.
The March has several models and each with different features, see below each model’s March:
>. Nissan March 1.0
>. Nissan March 1.0s
>. Nissan March 1.6s
>. Nissan March 1.6SV
>. Nissan March 1.6SR
March Nissan 2013 Price :
Pricing for the new March Nissan has been set at R$ 24.990,00 – R$ 37.190,00 based on current exchange rates. If there are changes on the March Nissan we will notify you as soon as possible, so keep follow our blog.
March Nissan 2013 Interior and Exterior :
With nice visual, model competes against the category of popular Volkswagen Gol and Fiat Uno. And the main confirmation of this vocation is popular in the finishing of input versions of the model, as it is quite simple.
The concept’s exterior features a lower stance and bolder styling thanks to a modified front grille design and the addition of dedicated, efficiency-enhancing aeroparts that were developed as part of Nismo’s racing technology. Additionally, the door mirror design has been tailored, and a rear lip spoiler added, to further enhance the car’s aerodynamic performance.
In the interior, Nismo’s purpose designed seats and steering wheel have been adopted to aid smooth interaction between the driver and the car. The March Nismo Concept is painted pearl white with red highlights, the signature Nismo colors for performance focused premium sports models, similar to the Juke Nismo Concept.
March Nissan 2013 Engine :
March Nissan 2013 Engine. – It isn’t yet known what engines the U.S. market Versa will use, but in Japan and Europe the Note range will include a 1.2 liter Miller cycle supercharged three cylinder, already used in the current Nissan Micra/March. Meanwhile, Nissan is updating the Versa sedan for 2013. The updated car is expected to achieve EPA highway figures of 40 MPG, and joins the strong selling Versa range, which currently occupies over 20 percent of the segment’s sales. Source: nissan.com.br, neocarsuv.blogspot.com, autocarrelease.com.