The Japanese supermini's just received a high-powered makeover that could see it compete with the world's fastest hot hatches. Stop sniggering at the back!
Nissan's dreamed up a version of its iconic Micra supermini known as the Micra DIG-S, which uses a direct injection supercharger. Yes, a bleedin' supercharger.
Automotive News reports on which automotive platforms see the largest use.
Alex Grant looks at the maddest hatches from the decade that brought us stonewash jeans and Wham.
Emma Way of Norfolk in the U.K. tweets that she hit a cyclist and that she had right of way. The police are informed. Her employer is none too pleased either.
Major Gav looks back to a time when a 16V hot hatch made his 17-year-old self weak at the knees.
Eaton is repositioning superchargers as an alternative to turbochargers for fuel-efficient power trains.
Automotive News reports on the next Nissan Versa update.
Nissan's Connect music-integration system is making its debut in the Note and Micra, turning these cars into iPod docks on wheels. Just remember to keep your eyes on the road
PC designed to match the colorful design of the Nissan March.