You keep it in great condition, looks superb for a 15 year old car. Micra’s are the marmite of cars. I adore marmite too, have owned over 10 K12’s, currently got 3, my favourite was my exclusive white 160SR sadly written off in a hit and run.Mine 160SR. Owned it from brand new since 2006. Still going strong with 144k miles on the clock with nothing major apart from one clutch replacement and general wear and tear. Love it. View attachment 71905View attachment 71906
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Mine was cat N. Slight bumper damage.You keep it in great condition, looks superb for a 15 year old car. Micra’s are the marmite of cars. I adore marmite too, have owned over 10 K12’s, currently got 3, my favourite was my exclusive white 160SR sadly written off in a hit and run.
Did that take much to repair as my rear bumper has a crack in the same area.
I flied to Amsterdam from Helsinki, via Copenhagen back in 2014, to get my Big Block Micra 160SR.SOLD, gutted!!!
I'd have gone all the way to Cheshire from Essex with a trailer to get that car, my search continues!!!
I flew to Amsterdam I think you mean ha ha he heI flied to Amsterdam from Helsinki, via Copenhagen back in 2014, to get my Big Block Micra 160SR.
Drove it through Netherlands, Germany, Denmark and took ferry from Sweden to the Land of the Finns.
Still happy with my purchase!
So so so, it transpires that this model of Micra has a type of audio head unit I didn't know existed, generally I thought the so called double din (even though they aren't strictly double din size) head units came in two flavours, one being the pre facelift non bluetooth 6 disc cd changer and the facelift bluetooth 6 disc cd changer however the revelation (maybe not if you know this already) is that the Chic model has a pre facelift looking head unit WITH BLUETOOTH albeit very basic phone call handling capability and a rather out of place aftermarket looking microphone tucked in to the very far right of the dash top close to the A pillar trim, this in turn means the steering wheel button layout is also different to what I've seen before, it has a phone button like the facelift but no i button for the MPG/range/trip information computer display, the only information you can toggle is trip A and trip B distance by the push control on the binnacle. They obviously spent so much money on the sexy paint colour they needed to save money elsewhere
Yesterday I removed the stock head unit and installed a Pioneer double DIN. The actual bluetooth functions I mentioned above aren’t integrated into the head unit, the bluetooth is bizarrely hard wired into the car. There is a (strangely enough) a blue coloured bluetooth module under the front centre console. I left it where it was and when I was pairing my phone with the new head unit I saw that MYMICRA bluetooth device was still available to pair with, disappointingly (although all the other steering wheel buttons work) the phone button didn’t operate the phone functions of the new head unit so for that reason and for the extra functions of the missing i button I’ll be experimenting with some other buttons courtesy of @Daheem24My audio system is the same as you describe, I don't bother with the phone/microphone as it is a bit dated for modern phones, but I like the head unit it reproduces a good sound now I have upgraded the 4 speakers for German one's instead of the Tunisian made blaupunkt!!!!