Every now and then, editorial pops something up about the Nissan Figaro. A cult car from the nineties based on the reliable Micra from the same manufacturer. Whole fleets were brought from Japan by British traders - because they were only available there out of the box. The enthusiasm from the European side was great. From the island they also found their way to the Continent. In the meantime, that pain is over, that is, the enthusiasm has dropped to almost zero. And that means that prices have fallen and will fall even further. The Figaro can also rust and be driven 'up'. A bit scrawny copy does not do £ 1.000,00 in Great Britain; while the owner of a spotless copy still hopes to pay £ 2.500,00. However, that is not going to happen so quickly. Time for you to get in? We would just wait!
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