Mazda Premacy
Mazda Premacy
Mazda Premacy
Mazda Premacy
Mazda Premacy
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Mazda Premacy

2003
Petrol
2.0l
Automatic
253 827km
Monthly from
22 743 KES
Price
350 000 KES 430 000 KES
Downpayment from
69 999 KES

About the car

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Make - Mazda Model - Premacy Manuf. year - 2003 Milage, km - 253827 Body type - Wagon Gearbox - Automatic Fuel type - Petrol Engine - 1,990.0 cc Color - Silver Driver sideRight Hand Drive NOT FUNCTIONAL, VEHICLE DOES NOT CRANK NOR START, NEARSIDE QUARTER BODY DENTED. NEARSIDE REAR DOOR GRAZED. FRONT BUMPER EDGES GRAZED. WINDSCREEN CRACKED.


Car specifications and features

2003
Wagon/Universal
Automatic
Petrol
2.0l
253 827km
Plate number
KBM 466N

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Mogo Auto LTD (physical location at PineTree Plaza, Kilimani, Nairobi) is part of the Eleving Group, founded in 2012. Eleving Group specializes in consumer finance for used vehicles. Our offices operate in Europe, Asia & Africa. The rapid development of Eleving Group is possible by the presence of stable equity capital, high-performance technological solutions and effective management of the loan portfolio. In Kenya, MOGO provides financing to passenger cars, logbook loans & boda financing. Loan amounts ranges from 50,000 to 2,500,000 Kenyan Shillings for a period of 6 to 60 months. With MOGO best price guarantee promise (terms and conditions apply), the interest rate / annual percentage rate (APR) is one of the lowest amongst microfinance institutions in Kenya.