This is a late entry hence the night-time photography. It’s a great example of a car that when current had the appeal and visual distinction of a disposable plastic cup…
…but is now rarer than a Ferrari [insert name of recent model]. Thus it is now morbidly almost interesting. The reason this particular car exists is that it was imported from Spain to Denmark at some point. The “E” plate is still on the tail. The Danish ones are all iron oxide now whereas Spain’s dry climate reduces rust’s assault on cars.
As a TXE model it has the 1.7 litre suitcase engine and extravagant brightwork around the door-frames. The grim black head-lamp housings were shared with the Renault Alliance (or AMC Alliance) made in Canada from 1983 onwards.
Is this car comparatively less appealing than a Jetta, Escort or 323? No. I can think of a peer that did have more panache, a regular on these pages.