1989 Nissan S-Cargo

Cutesy, funky, useful and eye-catching; automatic with air con; ideal for PR or practical use with fold down rear bench seat

Always popular, these cutesy, funky and delightfully retro vans emulate French vans of the 50's, having the look of a snail about them....hence their name 'S-cargo' - 'Escargot' - a clever double-entendre if ever we saw one.

Dating from 1989 this hails from the first year of the three year production and was imported to the UK in October 1997. Finished in off-white with discreet light pink accents up the A-pillars and arches, it sits on black steel rims with body-coloured centres and oozes quirkiness and appeal.  Ideal for a small business, it has room for a couple of children on the fold down bench seat yet offers all the practicality of a small van and car with funky retro looks. Nice features such as the single-spoke, Citroen-esque steering wheel abound and its three-speed automatic transmission is mated to the proven Nissan Sunny 1.5 petrol engine. Air conditoning and a superb turning circle all add to the appeal.

Showing 109,570km (68,083 miles) covered both here and in Japan, the van has had just five previous keepers, the current, a lady since November 2018.  Within the history file, we find the V5C, current MOT valid until Septemer 2021 with no advisories recorded which shows the van has seen little use since 2014, with less than 4,000km covered since MOT in October 2014. In addition, there are 2 keys and a print-out of the S-Cargo model history and wiring diagram from the internet.

Ready to be enjoyed for work or pleasure at an enticing estimate with no VAT.

For more information contact - [email protected]

Reg No: G498WCD
Chassis Number: G20-008912
Engine Number: RG20-E15
Docs: V5C; print-out of model history; 2 keys; MOT September 2021 without advisory

Estimate: £3,500+

Lot 126

Lot ended

Thursday 01/04/2021

Hammer Price (inc. buyers premium)

£4,118
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