For sure! It'll be the first road trip with my car, so I'll definitely make a thread on here documenting the trip including some pics of the sights and of the setup, lol.
+1! Pics, please.
I actually know of someone who made a mini-RV out of an old 4-door (wagon style) Geo Metro. So it can be done with a Micra!
Nissan loaned me this car for a week last summer, and it came from their Montreal media fleet. Meme chose avec la Micra S, cette ete.
I thought someone was bumping this thread to tell me about the competition from the Honda Civic pickup truck...
(From: This 1977 Honda Civic Actually Makes A Perfect Pickup Truck)
ptbo micra (08-12-2015)
I love those. I never had one, but I owned many Rabbits (MK1 Golfs) when I was a kid.
A diesel one would be interesting.
It's amazing what you can fit in these Micras
It's time to thank you for step by step description on getting a Micra cargo van.
I followed your directions with only one minor change. I found it hard to release the back seats clips just
by raising the front end. I found it easier, for me, to take first the back ends out by lifting them up.
Then, standing outside the car, with the door opened, from the each side (both front and back of the cushion
in the same time using both hands), pushing the cushion from the bottom up.
Using the metal stand as a support for my hands. It took a big push, but I didn't damage
anything. Nor did I hurt myself in the process. The rest was very easy. I still needed a second person to help with the
seats removal. They are pretty heavy.
I'll take pictures as soon as I find a suitable rubber mat (or mats) to cover the bare metal area.
Big black bear and Alberta Micra owner.