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I'm having trouble selling my Nissan Figaro - any suggestions on how?

I own a Nissan Figaro but can't seem to sell it. It has 60,000 miles on the clock and has been garaged so is in reasonably good condition. Any suggestions on how I can get a sale?

Asked on 27 November 2018 by shirley robertson

Answered by Keith Moody
It's never easy to sell a car so close to Christmas. You don't mention what steps you've taken, so we'll cover the basics first. Make sure your advert contains as much information as possible and there are lots of pictures (showing the whole of the car and close-ups). Next, make sure your advertising the car in the right places. Honest John Classics has its own classified section, but there are lots of other sites such as Car and Classic and Classic Cars for Sale. You can also use traditional print media such as Classic Car Weekly or Classic Car Buyer. You could use eBay to reach a lot of people, but sharing the car on social media will also get it seen. Get in contact with the Nissan Figaro Owners Club ( as they may also have a classified section. Finally, make sure the price is right - have a look around for a model in similar condition to yours and price accordingly. While not as popular as, say, an MGB, Nissan Figaros do attract keen owners - so it's a case of making sure you're reaching as many potential Figaro owners as possible.
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