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The manual transmission ratio and the maximum speed in each manual transmission gear (in Thailand spec).. However, the Mk2 Micra scored only a modest two stars in Euro NCAP testing in 1997. It only appears in Gran Turismo 2. Currently, it is offered with a 1.5 diesel engine that produces 90 hp (67 kW; 91 PS) and a 0.9 petrol engine that produces 90 hp (67 kW; 91 PS) (95 hp (71 kW; 96 PS) with its overboost function). The Super Turbo, as its name suggests, was characterised by being equipped with the first double-charged engine in Japan; fitted with two power-boosting devices - both a super-charger and a turbo-charger. , Micra C+C was marketed under the tagline of "SHIFT_happiness. It sold well in Britain, being launched there in June 1983 and peaking at more than 50,000 sales for the year in 1989, and was one of the most popular imported cars of its era. It is built as a modern interpretation of the 1991 Micra-based Nissan Figaro with a convertible hardtop instead of the canvas top the Figaro had. The March Driving Helper is fitted with hand-operated driving controls that are primarily intended to enable persons with leg disabilities to drive and include a control lever for operating the accelerator and the brakes with the left hand. In 1998, the Sunderland, plant produced its millionth Micra, becoming the first Japanese manufacturer in Europe to achieve the milestone. Also launched that year were the Fiat Uno, Peugeot 205, Vauxhall Nova (a Britain-only model which had been launched across Europe the previous year as the Opel Corsa) and the second generation of the Ford Fiesta. In the late 1990s, a K11 was adapted into a VQ30 mid-engined 4WD configuration to race in the Trophée Andros, the French ice racing series. The Nissan March was unveiled at the 2010 Bangkok International Motor Show, followed by 2010 Beijing International Automobile Exhibition, followed by Nissan Global Headquarter gallery. Maximum stated speed is 180 km/h, or 112 mph.  Aside from supplying for the domestic market, Nissan Motor Indonesia also exported the March to Australia badged as the Micra.  The K13 March was discontinued in 2019. 770 kilograms (1,700 lb) The Advance trim level adds 15-inch alloy wheels an optional 4-speed automatic transmission and also adds 2 front airbags for the driver and passenger. , March Rafeet and 4WD March models went on sale on 5 September 2002. The Canadian model was announced at the 2014 Montreal Auto Show. Imported from Japan, all were five-door hatchbacks, with the 1.4-litre petrol engine and automatic transmission. Also, the Micra received the lowest possible rating (one star) in Australian crash tests. The rear bumper was restyled and made more robust (apparently in response to French parking habits). This gave it a far higher rating than the Fiat Uno and the Austin Metro, both of which had dwindled away to less than 3%. Both this and the 1988 Micra R (EK10FR) featured the same highly advanced sequential compound charged (supercharger plus turbocharger) engine in an all-aluminium straight-four 930 cc eight-valve MA09ERT unit that produced 110 PS (81 kW; 108 hp) at 6400 rpm. Other exterior changes included new lights on the bumper, an altered lower body, orange turn signals and minor changes to the interior. Because demand for the Figaro exceeded the 20,000 vehicles built, Nissan sold the car by lottery: winners could place orders for the car. The racing modification for this car is based on the older March R '88, and thus has a different front end. Drivers who raced this car include Érik Comas, Philippe Gache, Stéphane Peterhansel and Emmanuel Collard. Class leading performance, a surprisingly dynamic chassis with well sorted suspension, roomy interior and above average build quality were the Micra's strengths in comparison to its Korean competitors like the Hyundai Excel, Daewoo Cielo and Ford Festiva. Export of European version of Micra-badged vehicles from Chennai Plant began in October 2010. As well as this, the secondary catalytic converter was removed and the primary catalytic converter (on the manifold) was enlarged. The insurance company Folksam rated it as a dangerous car in the event of a crash for the models produced between 1988 and 1995. The Micra's Euro NCAP ratings are two stars for the K11 and four for the K12. Like most new superminis, the car has many colour customizations. In 2006, Nissan renamed the 160 SR to the Sport SR in line with name changes across the board for the K12. In 2005, the K12 chassis spawned the coupé convertible model called the Nissan Micra C+C.