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2019 Mercedes-Benz GLC

Posted By: splendidautos247

Date: Sat, 23 Oct 2021

Price: $38,000.00

Mobile: +1(520)314-0922

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2019 Mercedes-Benz GLC


Still in a very good condition with a mileage of 4,357 miles, the engine runs and sounds perfectly fine it has no rust no scratch and it is GCC spec whatsapp me for more details.
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CONDITION
Used


TRIM
GLC 300


MILEAGE
4,357 miles


STOCK
WE DONT FINANCE


ENGINE
2.0LI4


TRANSMISSION
Automatic 9-Speed


DRIVE TRAIN
RWD


EXTERIOR COLOR
Gray


INTERIOR COLOR
Tan


FUEL
Gasoline


FUEL ECONOMY
22MPG
CITY


27MPG
HIGHWAY




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