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  1. Individual23:27

    Ravi Vishwanath said...
    2003 Tata Indigo
    KMs Driven : 65000 km
    Asking Price : Rs. 2,65,000
    Owner(s) : First
    Specification(s) : Diesel, Manual, Silver
    Feature(s) : N/A
    Contact : Ravi Vishwanath
    +91-44-24454974, +91-9840282313

    22:58
    Jugpage said...
    2004 Audi Q7
    KMs Driven : 30000 km
    Asking Price : Rs. 15,00,000
    Owner(s) : First
    Specification(s) : Diesel, Automatic, Black
    Feature(s) : N/A
    Contact : Jugpage
    +91-9463977001

    23:02
    Andre Paul said...
    1995 Audi A4
    KMs Driven : 62000 km
    Asking Price : Rs. 12,00,000
    Owner(s) : Second
    Specification(s) : Petrol, Manual, Black
    Feature(s) : Air conditioning, Power steering, CD player, Power windows - front & rear
    Contact : Andre Paul
    +91-832-2462325, +91-9822980756

    23:03
    Rajendra Chauhan said...
    2007 Audi A6
    KMs Driven : 45000 km
    Asking Price : Rs. 1,25,000
    Owner(s) : First
    Specification(s) : Petrol, Manual, Black
    Feature(s) : N/A
    Contact : Rajendra Chauhan
    +91-11-22766666, +91-9837025178

    23:04
    Sunny Panchal said...
    2004 Skoda Octavia
    KMs Driven : 40000 km
    Asking Price : Rs. 5,50,000
    Owner(s) : First
    Specification(s) : Diesel, Manual, Silver
    Feature(s) : Air conditioning, Power steering, CD MP3 Player, Power windows - front & rear
    Contact : Sunny Panchal
    +91-22-65245750, +91-9820264201

    23:06
    Ms Deepali said...
    2004 Skoda Octavia
    KMs Driven : 92044 km
    Asking Price : Call for Price
    Owner(s) : First
    Specification(s) : Diesel, Manual, Red
    Feature(s) : Air conditioning, Power steering, Cassette CD MP3 Player, Power windows - front & rear
    Contact : Ms Deepali
    +91-11-41044444, +91-9871651491

    23:06
    Vishal Shah said...
    2006 Skoda
    KMs Driven : 46000 km
    Asking Price : Rs. 14,00,000
    Owner(s) : First
    Specification(s) : Diesel, Manual, Gray
    Feature(s) : N/A
    Contact : Vishal Shah
    +91-9321120520

    23:07
    yogesh mishra said...
    2003 Toyota Corolla
    KMs Driven : 60000 km
    Asking Price : Rs. 6,00,000
    Owner(s) : First
    Specification(s) : Petrol, Manual, Snow
    Feature(s) : Air conditioning, Power steering, CD MP3 Player, Power windows - front & rear
    Contact : yogesh mishra
    9878447734

    23:09
    Praveen Kumar said...
    2003 Toyota Corolla
    KMs Driven : 49000 km
    Asking Price : Call for Price
    Owner(s) : First
    Specification(s) : Petrol, Manual, Mint Cream
    Feature(s) : Air conditioning, Power windows - front & rear
    Contact : Praveen Kumar
    80-41119988, 9845703356

    23:10
    Praveen Kumar said...
    2006 Toyota Innova
    KMs Driven : 390000 km
    Asking Price : Rs. 9,85,000
    Owner(s) : First
    Specification(s) : Diesel, Manual, Black
    Feature(s) : Air conditioning, Power steering, MP3 player, Power windows - front & rear
    Contact : Praveen Kumar
    80-41119988, 9845703356

    23:11
    BOOPATHI said...
    2000 Toyota Qualis
    KMs Driven : 140000 km
    Asking Price : Rs. 4,50,000
    Owner(s) : Second
    Specification(s) : Diesel, Automatic, Maroon
    Feature(s) : N/A
    Contact : BOOPATHI
    9840100610

    23:13
    Pankaj Bhatia said...
    Before 1970 Rolls-Royce Rolls Royce 193738
    KMs Driven : 90000 km
    Asking Price : Call for Price
    Owner(s) : N/A
    Specification(s) : Dark Blue
    Feature(s) : N/A
    Contact : Pankaj Bhatia
    9810057323

    23:14
    suresh said...
    2004 Honda CR-V
    KMs Driven : 62000 km
    Asking Price : Rs. 8,50,000
    Owner(s) : Second
    Specification(s) : Petrol + LPG, Automatic, Black
    Feature(s) : Air conditioning, Power steering, CD player, Power windows - front & rear
    Contact : suresh
    9849994874

    23:16

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