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Used 2009 Aprilia Sport City 250 on mail.2040motos

$3,999
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2009 Aprilia Sport City 250 Asking Price: $3,999 Mileage: 3,450 mis Condition: Post A Free Want Ad. I'm looking for a... Aprilia Sport City 250 2009 or Newer Description Seller's Notes: Perfect Condition! Italian! Body Style: Moped / Scooter Exterior: Silver VIN: Request the VIN Seller's Comments Fantastic condition, Perfect shape, Leo Vince exhaust for better performance & awesome sound, This bike can run up to 100 MPH even w/ a passenger, The tires are at 95%, Immaculate, No scratches or dings, It does look showroom ready, This bike is precision, Manufactured in Italy! Options History · Accident Free · Original Owner · Maintenance Records Available · Dealer Serviced · Clean · Garage Kept · Fantastic Condition Seller Send the seller an email below to request their contact info.

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