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 |  Feb 13 2014, 11:02 PM

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The Nissan Micra debuted at the Montreal Auto Show earlier this year, but the company announced pricing today at the 2014 Canadian International Auto Show in Toronto.

And what a price it is. The car starts at $9,998 to be the cheapest car in Canada. That’s an important distinction because Mitsubishi isn’t currently planning to market the car to its U.S. customers. Here’s what you’re missing out on: a 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine with just over 100 hp mated to either a five-speed manual or a CVT for an extra charge.

At the base level, the car comes with crank windows and skips air conditioning. But hey, it’s cheap.

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  • Yutach

    They couldn’t sell it without A/C in the US. In Canada, they can get away with that. Interesting.

  • Reed

    I was talking to a Nissan Rep today at the Toronto Auto Show. The $9998 is for a Base model, The S model with Automatic will come with AC and Cruise Control. He’s Expecting it to come in around $11,800. Since those are my only two “Must Haves” I’ll very likely be buying one. The Gas saved by not driving my Ford F350 all the time ill more than pay for insurance and payments.

  • Lipsmack

    The guy in the video sure seems to have a chip on his shoulder about something. Who does he think he is Jeremy Clarkson?