Only 1100 Cappuccinos made it to the UK, so finding one can be difficult and prices are remarkably high, considering the car cost around £12,000 when it was new. About two-thirds of these are in Cordoba Red metallic, with the remainder in Mercury Silver metallic. Beware of Japanese-spec models. Though they look like official UK cars, there were 23 changes made to make it conform to UK vehicle rules.
All official UK cars were registered by 30 September 1995, when stricter engine emissions laws were introduced. Not sure if it's a grey import of not? Look at the indicator light casings: if the casing is flush with the wing, it's an import; if it bulges out (see gallery), it's a UK car.
Limited numbers, cute looks and strong reliability keeps demand high. This end of the Cabriolet market remains buoyant, with plenty of buyers wiling to pay a few thousand pounds to enjoy drop-top motoring.