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    • Whoknowskt89
    • By Whoknowskt89 8th Mar 17, 8:25 AM
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    Replace 2002 micra with?...
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    • 8th Mar 17, 8:25 AM
    Replace 2002 micra with?... 8th Mar 17 at 8:25 AM
    Hi all,

    My Nissan micra 02 plate is in it's last legs and if it gets through the Mot I don't think it'll last much longer

    I absolutely love my micra but I will need to replace it with something.

    I want to stick to a 1 litre small car, I don't do huge amounts of miles and want something that's cheap to run.
    I won't buy new as there's no point with the mileage I do.

    Any ideas for a small reliable town car under 4k (preferably a lot lower!)

    Many thanks!
    Mortgage £68,137
    Pay off loan by xmas 2017 - GONE started May 2016 finished March 2017 £3205
    Credit card 0% £1424!!!
    Emergency fund £668/£1000
    Savings aim (including EF fund) Jan 2018 £3750 Jan 2019 £9750
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    • parking_question_chap
    • By parking_question_chap 10th Mar 17, 5:06 PM
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    parking_question_chap
    Great news.

    Any advisories?
    • Whoknowskt89
    • By Whoknowskt89 10th Mar 17, 5:07 PM
    • 156 Posts
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    Whoknowskt89
    None.
    Somehow last year advisories on my headlight unit having a hole in it and a few other things, this year none!
    Mortgage £68,137
    Pay off loan by xmas 2017 - GONE started May 2016 finished March 2017 £3205
    Credit card 0% £1424!!!
    Emergency fund £668/£1000
    Savings aim (including EF fund) Jan 2018 £3750 Jan 2019 £9750
    • consumers_revenge
    • By consumers_revenge 10th Mar 17, 5:35 PM
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    consumers_revenge
    See!




    MORE BULLET PROOF THAN JACK BAUER
    • moneybags1957
    • By moneybags1957 11th Mar 17, 5:00 PM
    • 66 Posts
    • 13 Thanks
    moneybags1957
    More bullet proof than Jack Bauer wearing a bullet proof jacket.
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