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Toyota Scion xb 2008

Precio: en $9,000
Tipo: sedan de lujo
Traccion: delantera
Transmisión: automatica
Motor: 2400cc V4, Gasolina
Vendido: no
Visto: 783 veces
Ingreso a quierouncarro.com: 16-09-2011
Placa: nd
Recorrido: No disponible
Financiamiento: no
Detalles: Color blanco, 5 puertas, 2 airbag(s) Automático, Full Extras, Alarma, rines especiales, Control de Audio en timón, Poco millaje, C.Blanco, Nva.Linea,muy bonito.
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Roberto López
Vendedor: Roberto López
Email: chelo.loro @ hotmail.com
Telefonos: 78744515
Ubicacion: San Salvador
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