• No.404

March 1.0 iz-f (1993: K11)

Compact car

Specifications

Overall length / width / height
3,695/1,585/1,425mm
Wheelbase
2,360mm
Tread (front/rear)
1,365/1,325mm
Curb weight
790kg
Engine
CG10DE (4-cyl. In line, 4-valve DOHC) 997cc
Engine Max. power
43kW(58ps)/6,000rpm
Engine Max. torque
79Nm(8.1kgm)/4,000rpm
Suspension (front/rear)
Strut / 5-link
Brakes (front/rear)
Ventilated disc / Drum
Tires
155/70R13 75S
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March 1.0 iz-f (1993: K11)

March (Micra in overseas) is a Nissan's leading compact car and the second generation March K11 was released in 1992. Its gentle styling of high quality got favorable reviews. The expected model life was unusual 10 years, which meant it had to have appealing characteristics.
The lineup was; bodies of 3-door and 5-door and engines of 1000cc and 1300cc. Nissan's first continuously variable transmission system NCVT was one of options for 1300cc model.
The production of Micra K11 was started in UK in 1993. It became the first Japanese car of European Car Of The Year and became a big hit. This car is iz-f, the highest grade of 1-liter lineup with optional genuine aluminum wheels.