Nissan has added two new grades to the Micra range: Kuro and Shiro; meaning black and white respectively. The new models come with special paint and trim.
Both versions are based on the mid-range Micra Acenta but come with equipment usually fitted to higher grade models. The specification includes parking sensors, heated front seats and climate control. Ivory trim decorates the dashboard and the seat material is lighter in colour for a more up-market feel to the interior.
On the outside the Kuro is finished in Sapphire Black metallic and the Shiro is available in either Pearl or Alabaster white. Each model gets a special badge on the tailgate.
Nissan's 1.2-litre, naturally aspirated petrol engine and the supercharged DGI-S powerplant are offered along with both manual and CVT automatic transmissions.
Prices for the Micra Kuro and Shiro start at £11,550 for the 1.2 manual version and both grades are available to order now.
John Lambert - 22 Dec 2011