101 days ago

MAZDA FAMILIA 1.5 L Only done 116 000 Km

Murray from Halswell

MAZDA FAMILIA 1.5 L Only done 116 000 Km

This is a gem.
Purchased from elderly grandparents 3 years ago & driven my daughter
as a nursing student.
Now time to upgrade as she is now working.
Very Tidy & Reliable Genuine Car.
Normal paint fade & some small dents / scratches wear n tear.

$2250 Or Near Offer.

116 000km Only

Automatic Transmission
New Battery
Rego to 04/04/20
Central Locking
Air Conditioning
Electric Windows
New Rear Shocks just fitted.
Cam belt Replaced at 85 000 Km
Will Sell With New WOF

This wee car will treat the new owner well.

Phone / TXT 0275417518 Murray for any questions or to view.

Thanks for looking.

Price: $2,250 Or Near Offer

Price: $2,250

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