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

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Geo METRO 1992 $2,315(anunciado desde: 04 September 2011)
Geo METRO 1992 $2,315

Hyundai Exel 1988 $1,400(anunciado desde: 03 September 2011)
Hyundai Exel 1988 $1,400

Honda Civic 1987 $2,250(anunciado desde: 24 August 2011)
Honda Civic 1987 $2,250

Nissan Sentra 1987 $2,500(anunciado desde: 25 July 2011)
Nissan Sentra 1987 $2,500

Isuzu tropper 1986 $1,650(anunciado desde: 04 May 2011)
Isuzu tropper 1986 $1,650

Mitsubishi Lancer 1989 $2,400(anunciado desde: 10 April 2011)
Mitsubishi Lancer 1989 $2,400

Hyundai EXCEL 1993 $1,800(anunciado desde: 07 April 2011)
Hyundai EXCEL 1993 $1,800

Hyundai Exel 1993 $2,200(anunciado desde: 31 March 2011)
Hyundai Exel 1993 $2,200

Subaru DL 1988 $2,400(anunciado desde: 30 March 2011)
Subaru DL 1988 $2,400

Chrysler MINI VANS 1999 $2,000(anunciado desde: 30 March 2011)
Chrysler MINI VANS 1999 $2,000

Jeep CHEROKEE 1985 $2,000(anunciado desde: 27 March 2011)
Jeep CHEROKEE 1985 $2,000

Hyundai elantra 2004 $4(anunciado desde: 23 March 2011)
Hyundai elantra 2004 $4

Honda accor 1989 $2,300(anunciado desde: 22 March 2011)
Honda accor 1989 $2,300

Toyota Corolla FX 1987 $2,400(anunciado desde: 07 March 2011)
Toyota Corolla FX 1987 $2,400

Subaru GL 1992 $1,970(anunciado desde: 04 March 2011)
Subaru GL 1992 $1,970

Ford Tempo 1993 $2,418(anunciado desde: 28 February 2011)
Ford Tempo 1993 $2,418

Nissan Sunny 1988 $2,260(anunciado desde: 16 February 2011)
Nissan Sunny 1988 $2,260

Hyundai Elantra 1993 $2,400(anunciado desde: 26 January 2011)
Hyundai Elantra 1993 $2,400

Honda . 2010 $1(anunciado desde: 10 January 2011)
Honda . 2010 $1

Toyota Tercel EZ 1988 $1,680(anunciado desde: 03 January 2011)
Toyota Tercel EZ 1988 $1,680

Hyundai Elantra 1991 $2,500(anunciado desde: 19 December 2010)
Hyundai Elantra 1991 $2,500

Volks Wagen jetta 1989 $2,400(anunciado desde: 11 December 2010)
Volks Wagen jetta 1989 $2,400

Toyota Tercel 1988 $2,200(anunciado desde: 08 December 2010)
Toyota Tercel 1988 $2,200

Toyota TERCEL 1990 $2,500(anunciado desde: 03 December 2010)
Toyota TERCEL 1990 $2,500

Honda fotos para la venta de su moto 2010 $10(anunciado desde: 29 November 2010)
Honda fotos para la venta de su moto 2010 $10

Honda fotos para vender su auto 2000 $10(anunciado desde: 29 November 2010)
Honda fotos para vender su auto 2000 $10

Hyundai Excel 1994 $2,400(anunciado desde: 25 November 2010)
Hyundai Excel 1994 $2,400

Toyota celica 1988 $1,200(anunciado desde: 18 November 2010)
Toyota celica 1988 $1,200

Toyota Celica 1988 $1,100(anunciado desde: 18 November 2010)
Toyota Celica 1988 $1,100

Hyundai Excel 1991 $2,500(anunciado desde: 13 November 2010)
Hyundai Excel 1991 $2,500
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Johnson shows he's still the man to beat with Atlanta win (The Associated Press)

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Jimmie Johnson pulls away for another Atlanta Sprint Cup win (The Associated Press)

Jimmie Johnson (48) drives through Turn 4 during the NASCAR Sprint Cup series auto race at Atlanta Motor Speedway, Sunday, March 1, 2015, in Hampton, Ga. (AP Photo/John Bazemore)Yet Jimmie Johnson has all but wrapped up a shot at his record-tying seventh NASCAR Sprint Cup title. Quickly establishing he's one of the drivers to beat - boy, does that sound familiar - Johnson pulled away after the final restart with 13 laps remaining to win Sunday at Atlanta Motor Speedway. By the end, the No. 48 Chevrolet left no doubt it was the fastest car on the track, cruising across the finish line a comfortable 1.803 seconds ahead of one of the race favorites, defending Cup champion Kevin Harvick. It was the 71st victory of his career, and his fourth at the 1.54-mile Atlanta track.

Crafton romps to dominating NASCAR Trucks win in Atlanta (The Associated Press)

Matt Crafton (88) and Erik Jones (4) battle for position during NASCAR Trucks series auto race at Atlanta Motor Speedway Saturday, Feb. 28, 2015, in Hampton, Ga. (AP Photo/John Amis)Matt Crafton romped to an easy win in the NASCAR Truck Series race at Atlanta Motor Speedway on Saturday. Erik Jones led 37 laps but faded to seventh, the last truck on the lead lap. Crafton, who started 15th in his Toyota, picked up his sixth career win and first in Atlanta, his favorite track. The 39-year-old was coming off an eighth-place finish in the season opener, where he also filled in for injured Kyle Busch in the Daytona 500.

Jeff Gordon takes a final spin at track that meant so much (The Associated Press)

Driver Joey Lagano climbs into his car for the start of the NASCAR Xfinity series auto race Saturday, Feb. 28, 2015, in Hampton, Ga. (AP Photo/John Amis)Jeff Gordon admired his latest retirement gift - a miniature race car for his two young children - and thanked the folks at Atlanta Motor Speedway for not going with the obvious choice. ''I really appreciate it not being a rocking chair,'' Gordon quipped. On Sunday, Gordon will relish one final spin around the track that's meant so much to his brilliant career. Atlanta was the place where Gordon, a few months shy of his 21st birthday, picked up his first NASCAR victory in what was then known as the Busch Grand National Series, beating some of the biggest names in the sport in 1992.

Stolen No. 44 NASCAR race car found in suburban Atlanta (The Associated Press)

NASCAR driver Travis Kvapil uses a cell phone in the garage at Atlanta Motor Speedway Friday, Feb. 27, 2015, in Hampton, Ga. Kvapil's NASCAR Sprint Cup car was stolen early Friday, forcing him to withdraw from a race this weekend at Atlanta Motor Speedway. (AP Photo/John Amis)The No. 44 race car returned to its NASCAR shop in North Carolina on Saturday after it was recovered along a remote road in suburban Atlanta, apparently abandoned by the thieves who stole it from a hotel parking lot. While the discovery didn't occur in nearly enough time for Team XTREME to compete in this weekend's race at Atlanta Motor Speedway, it was a huge boost for the small-budget operation in its bid to make the next event at Las Vegas. ''There was no damage whatsoever,'' team owner John Cohen told The Associated Press. A motorist spotted the No. 44 machine along a darkened road and quickly realized it must be the stolen race car.

Harvick wins Xfinity race at Atlanta for 3rd year in a row (The Associated Press)

Driver Kevin Harvick celebrates after winning the NASCAR Xfinity series auto race at Atlanta Motor Speedway Saturday, Feb. 28, 2015, in Hampton, Ga. (AP Photo/John Amis)Kevin Harvick turned in another dominating performance Saturday at Atlanta Motor Speedway, holding off Daytona 500 winner Joey Logano in the Xfinity Series race. Harvick has won the Atlanta race in NASCAR's second-tier series three years in a row and four times overall. ''I'm going to keep running this Xfinity Series race until I win it.'' Good luck beating Harvick, the defending Sprint Cup champion and a 45-time winner in the Xfinity cars. In Atlanta, he's especially tough, having mastered the art of running strong at the bottom of a track that is infamously rough on tires.

Daytona winner Logano takes Atlanta pole; 13 cars shut out (The Associated Press)

NASCAR driver Trevor Bayne signs autographs before practicing for Sunday's NASCAR auto race Friday, Feb. 27, 2015, in Hampton, Ga. (AP Photo/John Amis)Joey Logano is on quite a roll, following up his victory in the Daytona 500 by taking the pole for Sunday's NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Atlanta Motor Speedway. NASCAR is on the defensive after 13 drivers - including four former champions - didn't even get on the track for qualifying Friday after failing to pass inspection. Four-time Cup winner Jeff Gordon, who is retiring at the end of the season, called the situation ''absolutely embarrassing.'' Logano led the final session of qualifying with a blistering speed of 194.683 mph, taking advantage of temperatures in the 40s as the sun set on the 1.54-mile trioval. He has never been a strong qualifier in Atlanta, but he's on quite a roll after his victory last weekend in the biggest race of the year.
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Daytona Winner Logano Takes Atlanta Pole; 13 Cars Shut Out (The Associated Press)