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For the earlier cars, you can expect to pay around £1,200 for a 95N 1.6GL hatchback. GLX trim adds about £200 and another £200 or so secures a GLS. If you prefer the rare saloon, you should be able to find a 1997P car with the passenger airbag for £1,600 (GL).Pay around £1,900 and something like a 1997 R-reg 1.8-litre GLS could be in your garage. But if you can stretch a little further, you should be able to pick up a 1.8 GDI direct injection model. Expect to pay around £2,000 for a 99S-reg GLX-GDI, or £2,075 for a top-spec GLS GDI. Automatic transmission is available across the range for no more than £200 or so extra or so. If the direct injection petrol car isn't frugal enough for you, then you can take the turbo-diesel route for as little as £1,600 (1997P GL TD saloon). The face-lifted Carisma, from 1999, starts at £2,650 (1.6 Classic) and a 2002 02-plate 1.8 GDI Equippe will be in the region of £4,425 – compare that to the car's £12,830 new price. A 52-plate 1.8-litre Mirage will be available from £4,650.

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