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Nissan might have spent much of this year launching off-roaders, but do not go thinking it is ignoring the sporty side of the new car market.
It's a Micra makeover for Nissan's popular supermini. Just a week after we revealed official pictures of the C+C drop-top (issue 862), the standard car has undergone a host of changes.
Demand for Nissan's 350Z has never been greater, but that hasn't stopped the firm from thinking about its next generation of sports cars.
Once upon a time, the pick-up was the kind of car only farmers drove. Not any more. Demand for US-style high-spec models with big wheels and butch looks has never been stronger - and Nissan, as with Mitsubishi and Toyota, has seen sales shoot up.
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