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55 days ago

Honda Avancier 2001 for sale

John from Greerton - Parkvale

Hello there. We have a Honda Avancier for sale
Please see the photo below, or clink the link to Trade Me.
www.trademe.co.nz...

3 litre. 6 cylinder, petrol engine, automatic.
I have had the pads replaced today. A very easy car to drive around town, & fantastic on a trip.

The cam-belt is NOT due for approximately 40000km!

Interior Details: Beige Cloth and Leather. The seats are very comfortable & spacious.

5 Seats, Cloth and Leather trim, Electric Mirrors (Retractable), Driver Airbag, Passenger Airbag.

Electric Windows, electric mirrors, automatic AC, xenon headlights, parking pole.

This car is in great condition, serviced regularly. I have owned it for approximately 11 years, & it has only broken down once.

Kilometres 206,614km
Fuel type Petrol
Engine size 2997cc
Transmission Automatic
History 1 owner, Imported
Registration expires Feb 2020
WoF expires Feb 2020
if you are interested, please contact us on:
021 1426 257

Negotiable

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