2019 Nissan Leaf
in Victoriaville on autoExpert.ca # R7417A /170

2019 Nissan Leaf Électrique    Angles morts - Sortie voie ....

2019 Nissan Leaf

  • Make: Nissan
  • Model: Leaf Électrique Angles morts - Sortie voie ....
  • Year: 2019
  • Mileage: 112,891 km
  • Stock no.: R7417A /170

Caméra - Détecteur d'angles morts - Surveillance sortie voie - Mags - Sièges chauffants électriques Volant chauffant - Climatiseur - Régulateur adaptatif - Bluetooth - Commande audio au volant - Vitres miroirs électriques - Prise auxiliaire / USB - Bouton poussoir - Et bien plus encore !! Livraison Partout au Canada. Informez-Vous ! Les Concessions du GROUPE ROY AUTO sont situées à moins de : - 30 minutes de Drummondville - 45 minutes de Trois-Rivières - 1 heure de Québec - 1 heure ½ de Montréal CarProof disponible pour chacun de nos véhicules. Nous Faisons Toujours Plus pour Mieux VOUS Servir !

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