Depending on the circumstances, you may have found yourself behind the wheel of your current JNC via pure luck. Maybe it was a good deal, a family member gifted it to you, or better. Perhaps it was such a rare car to find or such a sweet price that it clouded your buying. Or, it could have been a sale with hidden gremlins the seller “forgot” to disclose. Maybe you learned a few things to avoid, or keep clear in your head for next time.
If you had to buy your JNC again, what would you do differently?
The most entertaining comment by next Monday will receive a prize. Scroll down to see the winner of last week’s QotW, “Which JNC Nissan should be in your garage?“
The comments were incredibly varied this week, proving just how diverse Nissan’s portfolio once was. From Speedie‘s suggestion of an egg-shaped coupe to Kiran‘s pitch for a rally racer to your many recommendations of Nissan’s boutique cars, you put together one heck of a garage. The winner, however, was dbdr, who went all ASPCA on us and reminded us that the plain-Jane March that spawned all the Pike cars is worthy of love too:
It’s a happy little car that weighs barely anything, has a great engine and is easy to work on. They are cheap to buy, own and modify and there are so many of them running around that finding parts help from fellow owners is easy. They have been sold pretty much everywhere in hundreds of different variations, some of which are really strange. Oh, and they’re cute as hell!
Adopt your very own Micra today for amazingly little money!
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