Autech presents the new DayZ BoleroApril 1, 2019
At the end of last week, sales of the second generation of Mitsubishi eK and Nissan DayZ minicars began in Japan. Now the version under the brand name Nissan has another option that continues the tradition of options Bolero.
In the name of Bolero, the Japanese Autech designates versions of several Nissan models released in different years: in 1997, the March Bolero appeared, in 2015 – DayZ, and a year later – DayZ Roox. With the change of generations of DayZ, the release of a new Bolero based on it becomes a natural step. Initially, as in the case of March, the version implied significant improvements in appearance, especially in the front part using retro-style. Later, the differences became less noticeable, and in the new generation DayZ Bolero they can be called cosmetic at all.
Chrome trim grille has become dark, instead of bright, changed the materials of the decorative trim rear. The car received a new 14-inch alloy wheels, door handles painted white pearl, regardless of body color, but when choosing a two-color scheme with a white roof. Black, blue, and also pink can be combined with it: the emphasis is placed on it, because the combination of pink, white and beige colors is used in the interior trim. Materials – artificial leather and fabric. Black glossy inserts are on the control units of power windows, the front panel and on the vents of the ventilation system.
In the sun visors of the driver and passenger there are make-up mirrors. The wheel is sheathed by genuine leather.
All cars of this modification are equipped with a 3-cylinder 0.66-liter engine without turbocharging. Transmission – CVT, drive – front or full.
The cost of a car in Japan is 1,411,560 – 1,543,320 yen.
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