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Nissan Micra celebrates its 30th Anniversary in the U.K.

By PetrolHead on 30 Apr 2013

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Believe it or not, the Nissan Micra (sold as the March here) has been sold in the U.K. for the past 30 years and Nissan aims to celebrate with new offers.

Call me evil or unprofessional, but as soon as I read the news I could not help but head to YouTube to find the above clip. If you are a Micra owner - in that colour hue especially - I meant no disrespect.

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The subcompact was first launched in Britain in 1983, and after four generations, it has remained dependable and affordable. This fantastic achievement highlights Micra's longstanding popularity.

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Nissan believes life begins at 30 (isn't it 40?) and to help the Micra stay healthy, the Japanese automaker has announced a range of new '30' themed offers for Micra owners.

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To begin with, all Micra drivers with over three years of ownership can now benefit from a Ministry of Transport test (MOT) a mandatory vehicle inspection test for cars over three old for as little as 30 (S$57.35) [usual 54.85 (S$104.85)].

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As part of the '30' themed offer, Micra owners can also get their hands on some new accessories, with a 30 percent discount on tyres, windscreen wiper blades, brake pads and batteries and offered with free fitting.

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Chris Marsh, Aftersales Director said, "Micra's loyal customers have been instrumental to its success over the past 30 years. Nissan has introduced these offers to mark this great achievement and to say a big thank you to all Micra owners."

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Sudonphur May 01 2013 11:53 PM
the old red micra looks 10x better than the new
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