Nissan has slashed the asking price of its Micra supermini to a city car-rivalling £7,995.
Despite the low price it still packs big-car equipment with Bluetooth as standard as well as an auxiliary input for MP3 players, even on the entry-level Visia.
It is also available for just £99 per month on a PCP deal.
The £8,000 price tag puts the car right in the range of the smaller Nissan Pixo, which starts at £7,250 and tops out at £9,150.
And the Micra story doesn't end there; further up the range, the Acenta model is now £9,995. On top of the Visia's equipment it adds 15-inch alloys, air conditioning, front fog lamps and a leather steering wheel among other items. It is also available for just £119 per month.
The next rung on the Micra ladder is the Acenta Connect which has Nissan's Connect touchscreen satnav system combined with Bluetooth for hands-free telephone calls and music streaming. The Acenta Connect costs £11,750 and is available for £129 per month.
The good news also extends to the most stylish member of the Micra range, the ELLE; a special edition produced with the world's leading women's magazine. In addition to the Acenta Connect spec, it has climate control, a glass roof, painted 15-inch alloy wheels and ELLE badging as standard. The ELLE is now just £11,195 and available for £139 per month too.
At the top of the range sits the flagship Micra Tekna, which adds a glass roof, parking space measurement, rear parking sensors, automatic headlights, rain sensing wipers and climate control to the specification of the Acenta Connect.
As before, the Micra range is available with two three-cylinder petrol engines: an 78bhp 1.2-litre unit or a 96bhp 1.2-litre supercharged DIG-S unit. Buyers have the choice of a five-speed manual or CVT automatic transmission.