2013 Toyota Corolla
in Saint-Hyacinthe on autoExpert.ca # 20363A

2013 Toyota Corolla Berline 4 portes, boîte manuelle, S

2013 Toyota Corolla

  • Make: Toyota
  • Model: Corolla Berline 4 portes, boîte manuelle, S
  • Year: 2013
  • Mileage: 72,731 km
  • Transmission: manual
  • Drive Type: fwd
  • Doors: 4
  • Ext. Color: silver
  • Int. Color: gray
  • Fuel Type: unleaded
  • Stock no.: 20363A

Manuelle bas kilométrage.-climatisation,-toit ouvrant,-sièges chauffants avant,régulateur de vitesse.

Air conditioning, Cruise control, Heated Driver Seat, Power Mirrors, Power steering, Adjustable steering wheel, ABS Brakes, Fog lights, Lateral airbags, Stability control, Traction control, Intermittent wipers, AM/FM stereo, Bluetooth, Bucket seats, Fabric seats, Leather wrapped steering wheel

$8,995

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200 Rue Johnson E
Saint-Hyacinthe, Quebec
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