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mi·cra

 (mī′krə)
n.
A plural of micron.

micra

(ˈmaɪkrə)
n
(Units) a plural of micron
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The changes are designed to keep the Micra up to speed in a market that also features the Ford Fiesta, the SEAT Ibiza and the Volkswagen Polo.
Three new customer choices have been added to the Micra range: an all-new upgraded and more efficient turbocharged petrol engine with "world-first" technology; the debut of an Xtronic automatic, on sale in the UK from February, linked to the same engine; and the arrival of a more powerful "warm hatch" flagship powertrain with lowered ride height, revised suspension and sharper steering.
The 2019 Nissan Micra model sports some of the best manoeuvring capabilities for its class, a press release said.
'The 2019 model complements the overall ownership experience of the Nissan Micra. The car's superb fuel efficiency is a result of Nissan's smart technologies.
The Latin New Car Assessment Program has revealed the crash test results for the Nissan Micra hatchback.
It soon became a favourite, with the Micra fan club growing beyond expectations, and it is still here, now in its fifth generation, being regarded as a textbook example of how a model moves with the times.
Built in France and powered by proven engines the new Micra is pushing into premium territory.
The new Micra, which is priced from PS11,995, is fitted with automatic emergency braking and systems which can detect a slowing or stopping vehicle ahead and automatically apply the brakes.
Medtronic Canada reported on Friday the receipt of Health Canada's licence for the world's smallest pacemaker, the Medtronic Micra Transcatheter Pacing System (TPS).
The Nissan Micra, made at Renault-Nissan's Alliance plant in Oragadam near Chennai, is exported to more than a hundred countries.
His grieving family has now appealed for the driver of the Micra to contact police so they can finally get closure - three months after the tragic incident.
Trevor Mann, Nissan's executive vice-president, has defended Nissan's Indian plant despite some concluding it is the reason for the poor interior quality on the current Micra. "The Micra's not like that because it's made in India," he said.