Nissan K10 Micra 1.2LX “Survivor” 1992
Estimated Value : £1,500 – £2,250
With only 34000 miles on the clock and a service history that comprises of 2 cam belt changes and 14 services in that time, this very late in production Nissan Micra K10 LX had one owner from first registration in August 1992 thru to June 2016 when it was registered to its only other keeper.
A rare survivor that still has all its original dealer stickers, hand books and service wallet even the glass is all original as every piece carries the original window etched number plate. Apart from one very small bubble on the lower r/h corner of the windscreen surround it is rust free. Front and rear bumpers have had a couple of knocks in their time, it is a town car after all, but past that the body work is excellent.
Interior is amazing and with a gentle clean would be like new again. The cigarette lighter has never been used and all the switch gear is un-worn, even the sticker on the driver’s door pad telling you how the sun roof operates (it is an up market LX model after all) is un-marked.
Powered by the more desirable 1235cc engine with the 5 speed gear box, the vendor tells us “ It gets down the road in a surprisingly nippy fashion putting many of today’s town cars to shame”. Currently the MOT is until April 2018 so no worries there.
A real survivor car which marked the end of the line for the production of these massively popular cars before the more rounded model. Retro? You bet!