HGregoire de Carignan

1840, Chemin Chambly, Carignan
Quebec, J3L 4N3, Canada
Phone: 1 888 507-1305

2019 Nissan Leaf SV AUTO A/C GR ELECT MAGS ...

2019 Nissan Leaf SV AUTO A/C GR ELECT MAGS CAM RECUL BLUETOOTH

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  • Price: $34,998
  • Make: Nissan
  • Model: Leaf SV AUTO A/C GR ELECT MAGS CAM RECUL BLUETOOTH
  • Year: 2019
  • Mileage: 60,913 km
  • Transmission: automatic
  • Drive Type: fwd
  • Vehicle Passengers: 5
  • Doors: 5
  • Ext. Color: black
  • Int. Color: black
  • Engine: 2 cylinders 0.8 liters
  • Fuel Type: electric
  • Stock no.: 413367
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ÉCONOMISEZ 7 700$! BALANCE DE GARANTIE, Caméra de recul, Système de navigation, Bluetooth, Sièges Chauffants ACHAT 100% EN LIGNE disponible. QUALITÉ CERTIFIÉE : Inspection en plus de 150 points et satisfaction garantie 7 jours ou argent remis. MEILLEUR TAUX : Obtenez le meilleur taux de financement et même une 2e ou 3e chance au crédit. Obtenez toujours plus pour votre VÉHICULE D’ÉCHANGE. 30 concessionnaires pour mieux vous servir! HGRÉGOIRE : Récipiendaire du CHOIX DU CONSOMMATEUR depuis plus de 15 ans. OUVERT 7 JOURS. Pour plus d'information sur cette voiture et pour obtenir le rapport d’historique CarProof gratuitement visitez https://www.hgregoire.com/fr-stk/413367 *Prix du manufacturier neuf (42 698$) - SAVE $7,700! GUARANTEE BALANCE, Back-Up Camera, Bluetooth, Heated Seats BUY YOUR VEHICLE 100% ONLINE with HGregoire. QUALITY CERTIFIED: Over 150-point inspection and 7-Day Satisfaction Guarantee or money back. BETTER RATES: Get the best financing rate and even a 2nd or 3rd chance credit. Always get more for your TRADE-IN VEHICLE. Up to 30 dealers to give you the best service ever! HGREGOIRE: Recipient of the CONSUMER'S CHOICE AWARD for over 15 years. OPEN 7 DAYS. For more information on this car and to get a free CarProof history report visit https://www.hgregoire.com/en-stk/413367 Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price ($42,698)

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Air conditioning, Cruise control, Heated Driver Seat, Adjustable steering wheel, ABS Brakes, Fog lights, Traction control, Rear spoiler, AM/FM stereo, Bluetooth, MP3 Player, Reverse camera, Onboard computer, Keyless start

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