Chevrolet Utility 1.4 S/C P/U
(2016) (Non Runner)
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What is a Bank Repossessed Car?
Bank repossessed cars are assets that a financial institution has taken back from a client who has
failed to pay for it. This financial institution can then decide to either keep the vehicles for
compensation or sell the cars to recuperate costs and does this via means of bank repossessed
Here are some benefits when buying a repossessed car on auction:
When buying a new car, the value of the car falls as soon as you drive it off the showroom floor. With repossessed cars, that value has already taken the plunge and it loses value more slowly.
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Used Chevrolet Utility Chevrolet Utility 1.4 S/C P/U
This 2016 year model Chevrolet Utility is for sale in Gauteng with an asking price of R 127,700. This average mileage bank repossessed Chevrolet Utility for sale has 130,150km on the clock. The vehicle primary colour is Grey. The vehicle has a Manual transmission. The vehicle has the following comfort features AirCon,Power Steering.
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