Hyundai XG 250

Automerk: Hyundai Carrosserie: Sedan Bouwjaar: 05 - 2004 Conditie: Gebruikt Type(nummer): Hyundai XG 250 Brandstof: Benzine Kilometerstand: 80.000 - 90.000 Opties: ABS, Airbag dubbel, Airbag enkel, Airco, Automatische transmissie, Boordcomputer, Centr.vergrendeling, Cruise control, Elektr. buitenspiegels, Elektr. ramen v + a, Elektr.ramen voor, Parkeersensor, Radio & CD Kleur: Zilver Full option Afneembare trekhaak Gsi installatie met ringtank op plaats vh reservewiel 86881 Km Met onderhoudsboekje. --- Automatische transmissie, Boordcomputer, Centr.vergrendeling, Cruise control, Elektr. buitenspiegels, Elektr. ramen v + a, Getint glas, Lederen bekleding, Lichtmetalen velgen, Metallic lak, Parkeersensor, Radio & CD, Startonderbreker, Stuurbekrachtiging, Trekhaak Kleur: Zilver

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