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Tuesday, July 5, 2011

2012 Nissan Micra DIG-S

2012 Nissan Micra DIG-S

Nissan approach in reducing emissions are not limited to the creation of zero-emission electric vehicles as the Nissan LEAF, a pioneer and rewarded.

Development of advanced technologies as part of Nissan's strategy is to drive PURE DRIVE company's efforts to reduce emissions and fuel consumption of all its cars, and has resulted in the launch of a new engine with one of the lowest CO2 figures in the world.

Powering the new version of the popular Nissan Micra car in the city - the DIG-S - advanced gasoline engine that produces just 95 g CO2/km, and underlines Nissan's leadership in the mobility of zero and low emissions.

A direct injection unit with a supercharger - hence the name of the car: direct fuel injection-Supercharger (DIG-S) - the engine is the embodiment of PURE DRIVE strategy of Nissan, which offers a brilliant performance, frugal economy and exceptionally low emissions. It is designed to meet and exceed the demands of everyday driving the modern world and is the ideal partner for the Micra, a small city car for Nissan.

As well as reducing emissions, this new engine will reduce the cost of the automobile in many European countries. In the UK, for example, cars that produce less than 100g/km of CO2 to attract no annual road tax and are exempt from the burden of daily congestion capital.