Talking with the CEO of a car hire firm here in Pattaya, he said that the Nissan March was his best rental vehicle, pleasant to drive, reliable and well accepted by the public.
Entry level export March features cruise control, power windows, USB connectivity, and Bluetooth phone pairing and audio streaming as standard, while the top-spec March benefits from the addition of satellite-navigation, reversing camera and upgraded interior cloth trim.
Also available are fog-lights, automatic headlights, rear spoiler, 15 inch alloy wheels and LED tail lights.
Exterior cosmetic changes to the March include a redesigned front fascia with Nissan’s V-Motion front grille, a new bonnet, guards, headlights, and wheels, while inside there is an updated center cluster and instrumentation.
The new look city car is launching locally at the end of the month, after being revealed 18 months ago during the 2013 Frankfurt motor show, with Nissan choosing to delay the model to clear old stock and to ensure competitive pricing and specification on the refreshed model.