Nissan Pixo receives update
The latest Nissan Pixo now produces emissions of less than 100g/km.
The revised Nissan Pixo city car is now on sale priced from £7,250.
The 2012 model boasts lower emissions of 99g/km, an updated interior and a range of new exterior colours.
The Pixo is powered by a 1.0-litre three-cylinder petrol engine and is available with either a five-speed manual or four-speed automatic gearbox.
Two new metallic colours also join the line-up; Glistening Grey and Midnight Purple.
Buyers have the choice of either Visia or n-tec trims. All models come with front airbags, electronic brake distribution and brake assist as standard. The top-spec n-tec adds air-conditioning, front electric windows, 50:50 split-folding rear seats, side airbags and alloy wheels.
The Nissan Pixo n-tec carries a £1,000 premium over the entry-level Visia, so it costs £8,250.
To view the full Nissan range, visit CarBuyer’s Nissan reviews page.
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