Buying a car in Thailand – is the March a good buy?

Buying a car in Thailand – is the Nissan March a good buy?

Asked on 1 November 2013 by Keith R

Answered by Honest John
It's what they call a March and we call a Micra, with a boot. Unless it's the supercharged DIG-S, I don't think it's powerful enough. Better the mainstream and very well proven Toyota Vios, now in its third generation.
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