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About 2007 NISSAN March

Small in stature and price tag but big in everything else, the Nissan March Supermini is the ideal candidate for drivers who are looking for a mobile and practical vehicle that won't cost a fortune. Also known as the Micra, the Nissan March is currently a five-door hatchback, but in its previous generations, it has come in a variety of body styles, so you'll be able to find the exact vehicle that fits your specific needs. For more information about the Nissan March, keep reading.

Origin


The Nissan March was first introduced in 1982 as the Nissan Micra to the Japanese market. It was meant to replace the Nissan Cherry and compete with other superminis already on the market, such as the Toyota Starlet and the Suzuki Cultus.

1st Generation (K10; 1982-1992)


The first generation Nissan March had a boxy body designed for Fiat and was available as a 3- or 5-door hatchback. A facelift in 1985 gave the March a restyled tailgate and bigger rear lamp assemblies, while another facelift in 1989 brought along a new front grille, headlight changes, and some changes to the interior.

Engines for the first generation were the 1.0L MA10S inline four-cylinder, 1.2L MA12S inline four-cylinder, or the 1.0L MA09ERT inline four-cylinder turbocharged (not available in Europe).

2nd Generation (K11; 1992-2002)


The 1993 "European Car of the Year” and the 1992 "Car of the Year Japan” are just some of the prizes the second generation Nissan March has in its trophy cabinet. Besides getting all-new aluminum engines with ECCS (Electronic Concentrated Control System) fuel injection, the K11 also featured a CVT and power steering as options. Furthermore, safety features such as a toughened safety cage and side-impact door beams were unavailable in the segment. A 2-door cabriolet with an electric top was produced in limited numbers for the domestic market.

The second generation March got the 1.0L CG10DE, 1.3L CG13DE, 1.4L CGA3DE, and 1.5L TUD5 diesel, all of which are inline four-cylinders.

3rd Generation (K12; 2002-2010)


The Nissan March was restyled for its third generation, receiving a 70mm longer Renault co-developed wheelbase, increased height and width, and headlights that extended to the fenders. A 2005 facelift included changes such as a redesigned front grille, front bumper, rear combination lamps, rear bumper, and wheel cover. Aside from that, the standard March vehicles with front-wheel drive were 4WD versions equipped with Nissan's E-4WD.

Engines for the third generation March were the 1.0L CR10DE, 1.2L CR12DE, 1.4L CR14DE, 1.5L HR15DE, and 1.6L HR16DE inline four-cylinder petrol, as well as the 1.5L K9K inline four-cylinder diesel.

4th Generation (K13; 2010-2016)


Unlike its predecessors, only one body style of the March was available for the fourth generation - the five-door hatchback. This generation of the March was also the first to be built in a North American Plant. Like the previous third generation, the fourth generation March is built on the V Platform (previously known as B) from the Nissan-Renault Alliance. A 2013 facelift brought extensive changes like a new bonnet, wings, headlamps, front bumper, a center console with restyled air vents, and more.

Engines included 1.0L and 1.2L inline three-cylinders, 1.2L inline three-cylinder supercharged, 1.5L and 1.6L inline four-cylinders, and the 1.5L K9K inline four-cylinder turbocharged. The fourth generation gets a five-speed manual, four-speed automatic, or CVT. Fuel consumption is 15.2 km/l for the automatic and an amazing 16.9 km/l for the manual 1.2L gasoline March.

5th Generation (K14; 2016-2022)


The V platform was carried over from the fourth generation, but the stylings of the fifth generation were completely updated. The K14's sports and athletic design features sharp angles and dynamic lines. On the inside, the cabin comes with two-tone soft-touch materials as standard. A number of advanced features that debuted in this generation were new not just to the March but to the entire segment, such as the Intelligent Lane Intervention.

The fifth generation March is available with the 898 cc H4BT turbo inline three-cylinder, 1.0L M281 inline three-cylinder, 1.0L HR10DET/HRA0 turbo inline three-cylinder, and 1.5L K9K turbodiesel inline four-cylinder. Transmissions are 5/6-speed manuals or CVTs.

Engine Performance & Technology


Engines used in the Nissan March are highly efficient, using technologies like direct fuel injection and continuously variable valve timing. The K9K 1.5L turbocharged diesel found in the third, fourth, and fifth generations is a standout. Produced by the Nissan-Renault alliance, the K9K is a highly reliable, environmentally friendly, and efficient engine utilized by many vehicles and car manufacturers. For over 20 years, the K9K has largely kept to its original design and been tweaked only to meet Euro engine standards. It makes 65 to 90 hp in the March.

Safety & Reliability


The March is a safe and reliable vehicle. The list of standard equipment differs by generation, but you can expect safety features to be up-to-date or even advanced for the era, such as ABS and EBD for the fourth generation March. For the latest fifth generation, the March boasts Intelligent Lane Intervention that warns the driver if the vehicle is at risk of leaving the lane and even applies the brakes to prevent doing so. This feature includes an enhanced safety package and optional features like automatic emergency braking, pedestrian recognition, and more.

Trim Configurations


The March comes in a wide variety of trims that differ depending on model year and region. This trim list includes the performance March Nismo of the fourth generation, which has new front and rear bumpers, LED hyper daytime running lights, 16-inch aluminum wheels, and Vehicle Dynamic Control. A luxury version of the fourth generation March from Autech, known as the Bolero, is fitted with additional comforts such as wood paneling and exclusive seats.

Conclusion


Nissan’s March is a highly practical, maneuverable, and inexpensive-to-run supermini. Find yours at a great price and in excellent condition here at BE FORWARD.

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About 2007 NISSAN March

Small in stature and price tag but big in everything else, the Nissan March Supermini is the ideal candidate for drivers who are looking for a mobile and practical vehicle that won't cost a fortune. Also known as the Micra, the Nissan March is currently a five-door hatchback, but in its previous generations, it has come in a variety of body styles, so you'll be able to find the exact vehicle that fits your specific needs. For more information about the Nissan March, keep reading.

Origin


The Nissan March was first introduced in 1982 as the Nissan Micra to the Japanese market. It was meant to replace the Nissan Cherry and compete with other superminis already on the market, such as the Toyota Starlet and the Suzuki Cultus.

1st Generation (K10; 1982-1992)


The first generation Nissan March had a boxy body designed for Fiat and was available as a 3- or 5-door hatchback. A facelift in 1985 gave the March a restyled tailgate and bigger rear lamp assemblies, while another facelift in 1989 brought along a new front grille, headlight changes, and some changes to the interior.

Engines for the first generation were the 1.0L MA10S inline four-cylinder, 1.2L MA12S inline four-cylinder, or the 1.0L MA09ERT inline four-cylinder turbocharged (not available in Europe).

2nd Generation (K11; 1992-2002)


The 1993 "European Car of the Year” and the 1992 "Car of the Year Japan” are just some of the prizes the second generation Nissan March has in its trophy cabinet. Besides getting all-new aluminum engines with ECCS (Electronic Concentrated Control System) fuel injection, the K11 also featured a CVT and power steering as options. Furthermore, safety features such as a toughened safety cage and side-impact door beams were unavailable in the segment. A 2-door cabriolet with an electric top was produced in limited numbers for the domestic market.

The second generation March got the 1.0L CG10DE, 1.3L CG13DE, 1.4L CGA3DE, and 1.5L TUD5 diesel, all of which are inline four-cylinders.

3rd Generation (K12; 2002-2010)


The Nissan March was restyled for its third generation, receiving a 70mm longer Renault co-developed wheelbase, increased height and width, and headlights that extended to the fenders. A 2005 facelift included changes such as a redesigned front grille, front bumper, rear combination lamps, rear bumper, and wheel cover. Aside from that, the standard March vehicles with front-wheel drive were 4WD versions equipped with Nissan's E-4WD.

Engines for the third generation March were the 1.0L CR10DE, 1.2L CR12DE, 1.4L CR14DE, 1.5L HR15DE, and 1.6L HR16DE inline four-cylinder petrol, as well as the 1.5L K9K inline four-cylinder diesel.

4th Generation (K13; 2010-2016)


Unlike its predecessors, only one body style of the March was available for the fourth generation - the five-door hatchback. This generation of the March was also the first to be built in a North American Plant. Like the previous third generation, the fourth generation March is built on the V Platform (previously known as B) from the Nissan-Renault Alliance. A 2013 facelift brought extensive changes like a new bonnet, wings, headlamps, front bumper, a center console with restyled air vents, and more.

Engines included 1.0L and 1.2L inline three-cylinders, 1.2L inline three-cylinder supercharged, 1.5L and 1.6L inline four-cylinders, and the 1.5L K9K inline four-cylinder turbocharged. The fourth generation gets a five-speed manual, four-speed automatic, or CVT. Fuel consumption is 15.2 km/l for the automatic and an amazing 16.9 km/l for the manual 1.2L gasoline March.

5th Generation (K14; 2016-2022)


The V platform was carried over from the fourth generation, but the stylings of the fifth generation were completely updated. The K14's sports and athletic design features sharp angles and dynamic lines. On the inside, the cabin comes with two-tone soft-touch materials as standard. A number of advanced features that debuted in this generation were new not just to the March but to the entire segment, such as the Intelligent Lane Intervention.

The fifth generation March is available with the 898 cc H4BT turbo inline three-cylinder, 1.0L M281 inline three-cylinder, 1.0L HR10DET/HRA0 turbo inline three-cylinder, and 1.5L K9K turbodiesel inline four-cylinder. Transmissions are 5/6-speed manuals or CVTs.

Engine Performance & Technology


Engines used in the Nissan March are highly efficient, using technologies like direct fuel injection and continuously variable valve timing. The K9K 1.5L turbocharged diesel found in the third, fourth, and fifth generations is a standout. Produced by the Nissan-Renault alliance, the K9K is a highly reliable, environmentally friendly, and efficient engine utilized by many vehicles and car manufacturers. For over 20 years, the K9K has largely kept to its original design and been tweaked only to meet Euro engine standards. It makes 65 to 90 hp in the March.

Safety & Reliability


The March is a safe and reliable vehicle. The list of standard equipment differs by generation, but you can expect safety features to be up-to-date or even advanced for the era, such as ABS and EBD for the fourth generation March. For the latest fifth generation, the March boasts Intelligent Lane Intervention that warns the driver if the vehicle is at risk of leaving the lane and even applies the brakes to prevent doing so. This feature includes an enhanced safety package and optional features like automatic emergency braking, pedestrian recognition, and more.

Trim Configurations


The March comes in a wide variety of trims that differ depending on model year and region. This trim list includes the performance March Nismo of the fourth generation, which has new front and rear bumpers, LED hyper daytime running lights, 16-inch aluminum wheels, and Vehicle Dynamic Control. A luxury version of the fourth generation March from Autech, known as the Bolero, is fitted with additional comforts such as wood paneling and exclusive seats.

Conclusion


Nissan’s March is a highly practical, maneuverable, and inexpensive-to-run supermini. Find yours at a great price and in excellent condition here at BE FORWARD.

BE FORWARD : Excellent cars stocked in Japan, Singapore, UK, UAE, Thailand, and Korea, safely delivered worldwide to your location.

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