2020 Ford F-150
in Laval on autoExpert.ca # GL-91840

2020 Ford F-150 LARIAT 4WD SuperCrew 5.5' Box

2020 Ford F-150

  • Make: Ford
  • Model: F-150 LARIAT 4WD SuperCrew 5.5' Box
  • Year: 2020
  • Mileage: 18,107 km
  • Transmission: automatic
  • Drive Type: awd
  • Vehicle Passengers: 5
  • Doors: 4
  • Engine: 6 cylinders
  • Fuel Type: unleaded
  • Stock no.: GL-91840

LARIAT Sport Crew 4X4 *Lariat, boîte de 5pi5, moteur Ecoboost de 2.7L, rapport de pont (gear ratio): 3.73, 4 roues motrices, système de navigation, sièges chauffants, sièges ventilés, sièges mémoire, aide au stationnement, avertisseur de dérive de la trajectoire, système de surveillance des angles morts, caméra de recul, climatisation 2 zones, démarreur à distance, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, Bluetooth, ensemble de remorquage, jantes en aluminium, marche-pieds.*Avec plus de 2000 véhicules en inventaire, Automobile en Direct, c'est un vaste inventaire de véhicules d'occasion, avec toutes les marques et tous les modèles offerts au meilleur rapport qualité/prix sur le marché.Pourquoi acheter chez Automobile En Direct :- Une garantie prolongée unique et exclusive- Un véhicule inspecté en plus de 200 points- Un financement simple et facile, 2ème et 3ème chance au crédit, 100% approuvé- Un meilleur prix pour votre échange- Un service de commande spécialeCe véhicule ne correspond pas exactement à ce que vous recherchez?2000 véhicules en inventaire, 5 succursales, ouvert 7 jours / 5 soirsVisitez notre site web : automobileendirect.com******Lariat, 5.5 feet cargo bed, 2.7L Ecoboost engine, gear ratio: 3.73, 4 Wheel Drive, navigation system, heated seats, ventilated seats, memory seats, parking assistance system, lane departure warning, blind spot detection system, backup camera, dual-zone climate, remote-starter, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, Bluetooth, tow package, mags, steps.*With more than 2000 vehicles in stock, Automobile en Direct has a vast inventory of used vehicles, with all the brands and all the models offered at the best quality / price ratio on the market.Why buy at Automobile en Direct:- A unique and exclusive extended warranty- A 200 point inspection on vehicles.- Simple and easy financing, 2nd and 3rd chance credit, 100% approved- More $ for your exchange- A special order serviceThis vehicle does not exactly match what you are looking for?2000 vehicles in inventory, 5 dealers store, open 7 days / 5 nightsVisit our website: automobileendirect.com

Air conditioning, Heated steering, Fog lights, Step board, Bluetooth, Onboard computer, Trailer hitch receiver, Auto-on headlights

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