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Vehiculos de menos de US$2,500 en Costa Rica

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Hyundai grace 1998 $1,620(anunciado desde: 04 January 2014)
Hyundai grace  1998 $1,620

Hyundai deportivo lujoso tiburon 2005 $23(anunciado desde: 03 January 2014)
Hyundai deportivo lujoso tiburon 2005 $23

Hyundai deportivo 2001 $6(anunciado desde: 03 January 2014)
Hyundai deportivo 2001 $6

Nissan SENTRA B14 1995 $500(anunciado desde: 17 December 2013)
Nissan SENTRA B14 1995 $500

Nissan Sedán 1999 $3(anunciado desde: 02 December 2013)
Nissan Sedán 1999 $3

Kia SPORTAGE GRAND 1996 $2(anunciado desde: 29 November 2013)
Kia SPORTAGE GRAND 1996 $2

Chevrolet Astro 1988 $2,400(anunciado desde: 16 November 2013)
Chevrolet Astro 1988 $2,400

Fiat uno 1991 $1,600(anunciado desde: 16 September 2013)
Fiat uno 1991 $1,600

Subaru GL 1987 $1,783(anunciado desde: 23 July 2013)
Subaru GL 1987 $1,783

Hyundai accent 1994 $3(anunciado desde: 13 July 2013)
Hyundai accent 1994 $3

Toyota Corona 1986 $995(anunciado desde: 05 July 2013)
Toyota Corona 1986 $995

Pontiac Sun Fire 2000 $2,400(anunciado desde: 04 June 2013)
Pontiac Sun Fire 2000 $2,400

Hyundai elantra 1994 $2,450(anunciado desde: 13 May 2013)
Hyundai elantra 1994 $2,450

Ford festiva 1988 $1,900(anunciado desde: 08 April 2013)
Ford festiva 1988 $1,900

Honda civic 1987 $2,000(anunciado desde: 05 April 2013)
Honda civic  1987 $2,000

Porsche porsche 1987 $1,900(anunciado desde: 31 March 2013)
Porsche porsche 1987 $1,900

Ford festiva 1988 $2,000(anunciado desde: 29 March 2013)
Ford festiva 1988 $2,000

Fiat lada 1988 $1,000(anunciado desde: 15 March 2013)
Fiat lada 1988 $1,000

Mitsubishi eclipse 1995 $800(anunciado desde: 29 January 2013)
Mitsubishi eclipse 1995 $800

Nissan Sentra 1988 $1,475(anunciado desde: 18 January 2013)
Nissan Sentra 1988 $1,475

Mitsubishi Col dl 1989 $1,800(anunciado desde: 11 September 2012)
Mitsubishi Col  dl 1989 $1,800

Nissan SENTRA 1988 $2,000(anunciado desde: 09 September 2012)
Nissan SENTRA 1988 $2,000

Ford bronco ll 1988 $1,000(anunciado desde: 27 August 2012)
Ford bronco ll 1988 $1,000

Fiat bronco ll 1988 $1,000(anunciado desde: 27 August 2012)
Fiat bronco ll 1988 $1,000

Datsun Pick Up 1979 $1(anunciado desde: 08 August 2012)
Datsun Pick Up 1979 $1

Hyundai SONATA I 1993 $1,600(anunciado desde: 16 July 2012)
Hyundai SONATA I 1993 $1,600

Mazda 323 1988 $1,350(anunciado desde: 30 June 2012)
Mazda 323 1988 $1,350

Toyota toyoace 1977 $2,500(anunciado desde: 22 June 2012)
Toyota toyoace 1977 $2,500

Hyundai excel 1986 $900(anunciado desde: 21 June 2012)
Hyundai excel 1986 $900

Hyundai Elantra 1991 $2,166(anunciado desde: 07 June 2012)
Hyundai Elantra 1991 $2,166
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