Year 2001
Mileage 95000
Fuel Diesel
Urban consumption 5.2l
Average consumption 4.0l
Year 1998
Mileage 90000
Fuel Gas
Urban consumption 5.4l
Average consumption 4.3l
Year 2003
Mileage 85000
Fuel Gas
Urban consumption 5.6l
Average consumption 4.6l
Fiat Ducato
Alfa Romeo
Opel Zafira
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