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Bid ended: 2022-11-29 / 16:00

id: 2211048/1

Toyota Verso 1.6 Live Comfort

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Specs
  • End of bidding

    2022-11-29 16:00:00

  • Build year

    2014

  • Inspection expires

    2024-08

  • Odometer

    144,310 km

  • Power

    97 KW / 132 HP

  • Color

    White

  • Seats

    7

  • License plate

  • Eco class

    14 - Meghatározott határértékek alapján jóváhagyott légszennyezésű gépkocsi (EURO5) (715/2007/EK I/1)

  • Keys

    2

  • Documents

    Valid hungarian documents

  • First hungarian year

    2014

  • Starting price

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