The smallest car in Nissan Australia’s fleet was also one of its oldest, with the most recent version of the tiny Micra dating back to 2010.
The four-door hatch has had a long but spotty history locally; it was sold here from 1995 to 1997, before a ten-year hiatus was broken with the release of the second generation car in 2007. This was replaced by the K13 in 2010, which was updated in 2016. The light car market in Australia has softened markedly since the third generation Micra launched, though, and the car was discontinued at the end of 2017.
This vehicle is also known as Nissan March, Datsun Micra, Mitsuoka Viewt, Renault Pulse.