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Car design | 26.08.2014 - 13:04

Top NIssan Micra modifications

The Nissan Micra, also known as the Nissan March in most of Asia, is a Supermini that's been produced by the Japanese manufacturer Nissan from 1982 up to this day. It is a car well known for build quality, reliability, and user friendliness, and is most famous for its "modability".

    The Nissan Micra, also known as the Nissan March in most of Asia, is a Supermini that's been produced by the Japanese manufacturer Nissan from 1982 up to this day. It is a car well known for build quality, reliability, and user friendliness, and is most famous for its "modability". Here are some examples of modifications done for Nissan Micra:

 

    Body kit. The most noticeable modification on any car. Since the Micra is popular as a street racecar, due to its small size and maneuverability, a lot of owners like to give it a more "street" look, by giving it a whole exterior makeover, modifying the front bumper, rear bumper, wheel arches, grilles, panels, etc... The whole makeover can make Micra, a small, humble car look like a ferocious beast ready for some street racing.

 

    Interior. The most common interior modifications for the Nissan Micra are chrome parts for the dashboard and a chrome gearbox. It gives the interior a polished, clean look. Those owners who have some extra money to spend go for a leather interior.

 

    Spoilers. "Wings", as they are otherwise known, are modifications for those car owners who want their car to look more like a racecar. Since the Micra is a small car, most owners who choose to add spoilers, add smaller ones, so it doesn't pop out too much. Some owners, however, choose the bigger ones, with some LED lights underneath, to make the Micra look like it comes from a video game!

 

    Decals. There is no car owner that hasn't at least thought of applying decals to their car. Those Micra owners who do choose decals, choose either lines as decals, since it gives the small Micra an elongated look; or logotype decals, because it gives the car a more distinctive, premium look, without making it look like a racecar.

    

    Sidelights. Since the Nissan Micra comes with plain yellow sidelights fabrically installed, many owners choose to spice up their car a bit and install a sidelight of a different colour, to give it a more modern look. Blue and white are the top two choices amongst Micra owners.

 

    Horns. A very popular modification for any car, a specially tuned horn is for those people who not only want their car to look different, but to sound different. The most popular one is the "Dixie horn", a horn that plays the first twelve notes of "Dixieland, an unofficial anthem of the Confederate States of America.

 

    Exhaust pipe. Many Micra owners choose to switch the fabrically installed exhaust tip with an aluminium stainless steel muffler. It not only reduces the exhaust noise, but it also gives a new, elegant look to the back of the car.

 

    Batman car. What happens when you combine all of the previous modifications, something of your own and add a little bit of fun and creativity? That's right, a "Micra Batmobile", a full-body modification for Micra, that makes it look like a tiny version of Batman's famous car:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?annotation_id=annotation_3120055561&feature=iv&src_vid=plIFFEh7KMw&v=IQgkAvSYzpY

 

 

 

Image credit : Berwick Nissan Australian Dealer

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