Nissan Micra DIG-S engine wins

Nissan Micra DIG-S engine wins

Nissan announced on Tuesday (25) will lead to the Geneva Motor Show next week, a version of the Note engine equipped with 1.2 three-cylinder supercharged, the DIG-S.

The delivery block 97 horsepower and torque of 15 Nm, or 18 hp more than the same in its naturally aspirated engine configuration. With this, the average consumption is 23.2 km / l, with C02 emissions valued at 99 g / km. The transmission can be five-speed manual or Xtronic CVT.

Note The DIG-S also includes modifications to the suspension, to ensure a higher position to the driver, and better handling. Series, are also light-alloy wheels of 16 inches available.

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