The new Nissan Micra was launched in the UK on the 15th January 2003 with the David Lynch directed TV commercial 'Do you speak Micra?' The advertisement introduced a whole new vocabulary to describe the innovative new generation Micra including words such as: Spafe (spontaneous + safe), Simpology (simple + technology), Smig (small + big), Aggrendly (aggressive + friendly), Thractical (thrilling + practical), Luxurable (luxurious + affordable) and Compacious (compact + spacious).
The new Micra range includes both petrol and diesel variants, we tested the 1.5 dCi 82 SX priced at £11,295. Find out if the words diesel and supermini equal Refomical (refined + economical) or comical.
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