What do you think about this Impul kitted Nissan Micra?

Posted on: Dec 18, 2012 - 2:05pm IST

Impul is to Nissan what Brabus is to Mercedes. The Japanese automotive aftermarket supplier focus primarily on customizing Nissan cars.

Nissan Micra or march Impul kits Nissan Micra or March impul kit rear

Previously we have brought you the Impul kitted Nissan Sunny. This time the guys at Impul took a plain vanilla Nissan Micra and converted it into a spicy little hatchback.

Nissan Micra or March impul kit frontNissan Micra or March impul kit rear fascia

The car gets a totally new front fascia with a prominent Impul front grill which is larger and sits lower than that of the stock car. The ground hugging front bumper has big, flared fog lamp housing and the overall face looks a bit overdone. The side of the car gets skirts and 15″ Impul alloy wheels.

The rear of the Impul Micra has a wide bumper which has a diffuser and vents on either side to add some visual drama. There is also a large roof mounted rear spoiler.

The complete aerodynamic kit is available in Japan for 180,000 Yen (around 1.17 lakhs). Apart from the visual add-ons, Impul can also pump the Micra’s performance up with a customized control unit, bigger throttle valves, shocks with ride height control functions, free flow exhaust and high performance brake system.

The Impul kits for the Micra is right now available only in Japan and its unlikely that Nissan will launch the Impul body kits in India anytime soon.

Anyway, How do you like the Impul kitted Nissan Micra?

[Source: Impul.co.uk]

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2 thoughts on “What do you think about this Impul kitted Nissan Micra?

  1. Ram says:

    Yuck !!

  2. Gopi says:

    Still the Nissan micro looks ugly with the kit. Though the Nissan is a reliable brand all their exterior designs are bland


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As a toddler, those wheeled machinery fascinated me even before I knew what they’re called as! So here I'm, petrolhead by birth, Mechanical engineer by qualification and automotive reporter by profession!