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Inside Story – Auto Express – June 2016 /  Comments

This article was published on the 29th June 2016 by Auto Express and provides a quick overview of the car and its owners from an independent point-of-view.  Read here Also see our Nissan Buyers Guide – Click here   Save Save Save Save Save Save

Buyers Guide – CCW – Feb 2016 /  Comments

This article was published on the 3rd Feb 2016 by Classic Car Weekly and provides a quick overview of the car from an independent point-of-view. Although we agree with most of the article we would question the comments regarding rust, the valuations (which are way out) and MPG which is very optimistic. Apart from that the information is good and…

20 Popular Figaro Buying Questions? /  Comments

Since starting this little club in 2009 I’ve been asked hundreds of questions from prospective buyers interested in buying the wonderful Nissan Figaro so thought I’d share the most ‘common’ ones with everyone to help you. If you have a specific question (not listed below) then do get in touch and I will try my best to answer you –…

Tried & Tested – Classic Car Buyer /  Comments

This article was published in Sept 2015 by Classic Car Buyer and provides a quick overview of the car from an independent point-of-view. Read/Download the PDF – Click here

Buyers Guide – CCW – March 2013 /  Comments

This article was published on the 27th March 2013 by Classic Car Weekly and provides a quick overview of the car from an independent point-of-view. Although we agree with most of the article we would comment on the somewhat strange reference to  an ‘Electric Roof’ and want to underline the fact that the roof on the Figaro is Manual! Read…

Insurance Advice /  Comments

As a club we recommend you insure your car with a specialist classic car insurance company. We work with Classicline Insurance who specialise in insuring the Nissan Figaro.  Insuring  a Figaro is not the same as insuring a Fiord Fiesta! The car is over 20 years old, many parts are not available and repair cost can be very expensive. Below…

Golden Rules /  Comments

Buying a Nissan Figaro is not like buying a Ford Fiesta! Remember the car is over 20 years old so before you even start looking we suggest you read the 6 Golden Rules. 1 – Set the Budget Decide what you want to spend. There are hundreds of cars in the market ranging from £2,000 to £12,000. Do your homework…

Test Driving /  Comments

The test drive of a Figaro is crucial in helping you decide whether to buy the car. And, as an expected part of the buying process, it needn’t be nerve-wracking. Find out how to take the perfect Figaro test drive. Some Golden rules! Make sure you’re insured – and check you’re sufficiently covered as you may only get third party…

Returning your Figaro /  Comments

If you buy a Figaro you’re unhappy with, there are legal rights which you can employ for a happy outcome. We recommend the following: Inform the seller in writing as soon as possible if you are planning to reject the car – after six months of ownership it can be harder to claim Keep copies of all written correspondence and…

Haggling with Sellers /  Comments

Car sellers expect buyers to haggle on price, and factor this in when they set their price. It can save you hundreds of pounds so it’s important you know how to haggle successfully. Do your homework first You’re more likely to get a good deal if you offer reasons to ask for a discount. Before you haggle: Purchase and read…

Checking the Credit Rating /  Comments

If you’re relying on a loan or finance deal to help pay for your Figaro, it’s important you boost your credit score. Finance lenders calculate a credit score based on details you and external agencies provide. If you don’t meet their criteria, they could refuse your loan package application, or offer you finance at a higher rate. Your credit score…

Calling the Seller /  Comments

The all-important first phone call to a seller can reveal lots about the car for sale, but only if you ask the right questions. Don’t be afraid of asking plenty of questions – a few minutes on the phone is better than a morning viewing a car that’s not right for you. If you’re buying from a private seller, a…

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