2019 Ford F-150
in La Sarre on autoExpert.ca # 42685A

2019 Ford F-150 STX

2019 Ford F-150

  • Make: Ford
  • Model: F-150 STX
  • Year: 2019
  • Mileage: 71,514 km
  • Drive Type: awd
  • Vehicle Passengers: 5
  • Doors: 4
  • Ext. Color: silver
  • Engine: 2.7 liters
  • Stock no.: 42685A

Nicol Occasion, the regional leader! Our commitment: offering you a wide selection of premium quality used cars, SUVs and trucks, for all needs and budgets. Can't find the vehicle you need? Challenge us to find for you !!! Nicol Occasion is here to offer you more than 135 units in inventory at all times! Come see our team for courteous and personalized service for the purchase of your next used car.

Air conditioning, Power Mirrors, Power steering, Power windows, Adjustable steering wheel, Driver airbag, Passenger airbag, Stability control, Traction control, Intermittent wipers, Two-toned paint, Reverse camera, Variable speed intermittent wipers, Child safety locks, Passenger vanity mirror, Pass-Through rear seat, Rear head air bag, Anti-theft system, Brake assist, Auxiliary audio input, Keyless entry, Auto-on headlights

$39,444

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