2021 Ford F-150
in Saint-Hyacinthe on autoExpert.ca # C8689

2021 Ford F-150 LARIAT cabine SuperCrew 4RM caisse de 5,

2021 Ford F-150

  • Make: Ford
  • Model: F-150 LARIAT cabine SuperCrew 4RM caisse de 5,
  • Year: 2021
  • Mileage: 30,224 km
  • Transmission: automatic
  • Drive Type: awd
  • Doors: 4
  • Engine: 6 cylinders
  • Fuel Type: unleaded
  • Stock no.: C8689

Ford F-150 LARIAT cabine SuperCrew 4RM caisse de 5,5 pi 2021 à vendre

$64,188

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Baril Ford

6875, boul. Laurier Ouest
Saint-Hyacinthe, Quebec
J2S 9A5

Phone: 1 450 773-7070
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