Friday, July 22, 2016

2016 Nissan Tsuru

Not really excited by the idea of getting a new vehicle? You and me both, brother. Why not make the ultimate compromise and get brand-boring-new reliability with that 1990’s econobox charm. Keep the 90’s alive with this brand new 2016 Nissan Tsuru on Mercado Libre in Moctezuma, Mexico for $125,000 Mexican Pesos, or about $6,700 US monies. This post is the final part of DT's 2016 Birthday Celebration of 100 cars; hope you enjoyed the ride...I'm spent!


The B13 Sentra is alive and well, bombing down the streets of Mexico in green and white taxi livery. It’s a scary ride, really, and clicking your seatbelt is considered an insult to the driver’s abilities. Not really receiving too many updates throughout the past 20-odd years, the Nissan Mexico website ‘TECNOLOGÍA’ tab shows a single feature: a CD player that can handle MP3’s.


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Matt, a self-proclaimed bottom-feeder of the classic car market, spends half of his time buying cars, half of his time retrieving them, and the remaining third on keeping them on the road.

7 comments:

  1. Better get it now, before the wall goes up.....

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  2. Great job... can't believe you did 100 vehicles!

    OK, calling all of them 'vehicles' might be a bit of a stretch...but an enjoyable ride, heck yeah.

    Happy Birthday, DT!

    -Stan

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  3. Dang that was a crazy run of cars.
    Ended it with a beauty eh?

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  4. But can you still get the SE-R version? That might make a trip over the border worth it. Then again, probably not.

    Congratulations on 4 solid years of hard work and entertainment, all for a bunch of degenerate automotive bottom-feeders. I'm proud to be a cheapskate and regular reader. I've been an irregular reader too, but changing my diet corrected that. Here's to the next year of DT market coverage. Stay the course, you're doing well.

    Now if you'll excuse me, I've got about 70 featured cars from the past few days that I haven't had time to read about. You had to do 100, didn't you? Couldn't have just done 4 to celebrate your 4th birthday? The whole 2016 Birthday Celebration could have used the "Overkill" badge! ;)

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  5. Mexican Sentra i had a Ser this series fun car PDQ.

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  6. Moctezuma's Revenge. Congrats guys. You presented a compelling case that there are some interesting cars if one either makes a paying gig at of finding them (that be you dudes) and writing a very humorous and literate blog.

    For many though, giving up gainful employment in favor of the thrill of finding interesting fare, may not be the most enlightened choice. As long as you folks are around that is. Peace and Thank You, it was a lot of fun and you once again demonstrated your site as the best car site around.

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  7. PS: Can you send me some swag in return for my comments above. Mug, Tee Shirt and Tote Bag would be greatly appreciated. Three less gifts I have to buy over the next few months. Gracias. Tomas.

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