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Fiat 500 Under Warranty, Excellent Condition on 2040-cars

US $9,000.00
Year:2012 Mileage:27885
Location:

East Dublin, Georgia, United States

East Dublin, Georgia, United States

Hello,
I'm selling my 2012 Fiat 500. This car is in excellent condition, gets near 40 miles to the gallon and needs nothing. Please call or text if you have any questions. This car is ready to go and a lot of fun to drive. Still under warranty. Kelly Blue Book has this car fair purchase at 11,177 and 
private party price at 10,177 so you wont find a better deal anywhere. Also for sale locally. Buyer must pick up or arrange transport.
Thanks for looking.

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