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Honda Accord 4dr Ex-l V6 (navi) on 2040-cars

US $11,999.00
Year:2006 Mileage:77102 Color: /Silver
Location:

West Haven, Connecticut, United States

West Haven, Connecticut, United States

::::PLEASE CK KBB FOR THE CURRENT BOOK VALUE OF THIS CAR:::::
-2006 Honda Accord EX-L V6 Engine / With traction control/NAVIGATION
-LOW MILES- 77k

-FULLY LOADED with EXTRAS.Price is Firm

All tires LIFE @ 80% (TOYOTIRES) 
*NON_SMOKER*
-Exterior /Silver 
-Interior/ Black Leather NO CRACKS 
-Navigation factory(touch sreen)
-6 Disc CD Changer
-Sliding Sun Roof 
-Dual heated seats
-Dual AC Control
-HID Headlights
-JDM Fog Lamps
-Tints
-Side mirrors defroster 
-Still have both original keys and manuals.
Immaculate Condition.

**All the maintenance has been done at Honda Certified Dealers ( the records are available )
"More pics available upon request**
****Serious buyers only please******

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