Hyundai Blainville

620 Curé Labelle
BlainvilleQuebec
J7C 2H9Canada
Phone: 1-450-435-5000

2018 Nissan Leaf S, EV, BANCS CHAUFFANTS, ...

2018 Nissan Leaf S, EV, BANCS CHAUFFANTS, CAM DE RECUL, V

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  • Price: $30,987
  • Make: Nissan
  • Model: Leaf S, EV, BANCS CHAUFFANTS, CAM DE RECUL, V
  • Year: 2018
  • Mileage: 94,526 km
  • Transmission: automatic
  • Drive Type: fwd
  • Vehicle Passengers: 5
  • Doors: 4
  • Ext. Color: gray
  • Int. Color: gray
  • Fuel Type: electric
  • Stock no.: 23065A
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2018 NISSAN LEAF S, EV, BANCS CHAUFFANTS, CAM DE RECUL, VOLANT CHAUFF, MAGS+ S BANCS CHAUFFANTS VOLANT CHAUFFANT E-PEDALE GROUPE ÉLECTRIQUE CRUISE CONTROL A/C BLUETOOTH MAGS INSPECTÉ EN 120 POINTS NISSAN LEAFS 2018 INFO BY TEXT MESSAGE 450-987-1196 *All our vehicles got a 120 points professional inspection and the necessary repairs have been made. -Financing rates from 6.99% -Carfax History Report for each vehicle At Hyundai Blainville we invest in our used cars. Our entire used car inventory has been inspected and all repairs needed have been done. With H-Promises you will be at ease knowing your vehicle received superior service and meticulous attention to detail. It is our pledge to never compromise your confidence in a Hyundai Certified Pre-Owned vehicle but to deliver you one that comes with the peace of mind you deserve. We are in the top ranking dealers for the H-Promise certification programme.

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