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Ford Escape 2009

Precio: en $27,000
Tipo: wagon
Traccion: delantera
Transmisión: automatica
Motor: 2500cc 4 enLinea, Gasolina
Vendido: no
Visto: 2090 veces
Ingreso a quierouncarro.com: 04-06-2010
Placa: ND
Recorrido: 4,375 millas = 7,000 km
Financiamiento: No
Detalles: Color Negro, 5 puertas, 4 airbag(s) Vendo por viaje. Precio Negociable. Urge.
  • Dirección hidraulica
  • Aire acondicionado
  • Ventanas eléctricas
  • Espejos eléctricos

Andres Mora
Vendedor: Andres Mora
Email: aj_mora @ hotmail.com
Telefonos: 89102699
Ubicacion: San Jose
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