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Honda XRE 2010

Precio: en $6,400
Tipo: crucero
Motor: 300
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Ingreso a quierouncarro.com: 27-08-2012
Placa: 311131
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Detalles: Color Dorada con Negro, Kilometraje 20000 como nueva, moto doble proposito: montañera y ciudad!!!

Honda XRE 2010
Mauricio Castro
Vendedor: Mauricio Castro
Email: patrirgo @ hotmail.com
Telefonos: 88601910
Ubicacion: Liberia

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