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Honda City 2011 for sale

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2011 Honda City 1.3

Ilocos Sur, Cabugao

₱250,000

Automatic Verified Contact 180,000 km

2011 Honda City 1.3 MT for sale

Bulacan, Norzagaray

₱360,000

Manual Verified Contact 43,000 km

2011 Honda City ivtec for sale

Laguna, Rizal

₱350,000

Automatic Verified Contact 68,000 km

Selling Beige Honda City 2011 Sedan at Manual in Cebu City

Cebu, Cebu City

₱350,000

Manual 68,000 Km

2011 Honda City 1.3 showroom condition 100% original paint The listing has expired

2011 Honda City 1.3 showroom condition 100% original paint

Metro Manila, Las Piñas

₱355,000

Automatic Verified Contact 45,769 km

Honda City 2011 with 17s Momo Corse rims The listing has expired

Honda City 2011 with 17s Momo Corse rims

Cebu, Talisay

₱355,000

Automatic Verified Contact 60,000 km

Honda City 2011 Automatic 1.5 The listing has expired

Honda City 2011 Automatic 1.5

Pampanga, Angeles

₱330,000

Automatic Verified Contact 80,000 km

2011 Honda City ivtec for sale in Rizal The listing has expired

2011 Honda City ivtec for sale in Rizal

Laguna, Rizal

₱250,000

Automatic Verified Contact 68,000 km

HONDA CITY 2011 Automatic Gasoline The listing has expired

HONDA CITY 2011 Automatic Gasoline

Isabela, Santiago

₱376,000

Automatic Verified Contact 90,000 km

HONDA CITY 1.5E A/T 2011 for sale in San Pedro The listing has expired

HONDA CITY 1.5E A/T 2011 for sale in San Pedro

Laguna, San Pedro

₱375,000

Shiftable Automatic Verified Contact 75,000 km

HONDA CITY 2011 1.5E  AT The listing has expired

HONDA CITY 2011 1.5E AT

Cavite, Bacoor

₱550,000

Automatic Verified Contact 37,000 km

Sell 2nd Hand 2011 Honda City Automatic Gasoline The listing has expired

Sell 2nd Hand 2011 Honda City Automatic Gasoline

Metro Manila, Pasig

₱370,000

Automatic Verified Contact 9,000 km

Selling 2nd Hand Honda City 2011 at 52000 km in Pasig The listing has expired

Selling 2nd Hand Honda City 2011 at 52000 km in Pasig

Metro Manila, Pasig

₱350,000

Manual Verified Contact 52,000 km

Used Honda City 2011 for sale in Pasig The listing has expired

Used Honda City 2011 for sale in Pasig

Metro Manila, Pasig

₱380,000

Manual Verified Contact 53,000 km

2011 Honda City Automatic at 73000 km for sale The listing has expired

2011 Honda City Automatic at 73000 km for sale

Quezon, Agdangan

₱350,000

Automatic Verified Contact 73,000 km

Selling 2nd Hand Honda City 2011 at 71000 km The listing has expired

Selling 2nd Hand Honda City 2011 at 71000 km

Ilocos Norte, Adams

₱379,000

Automatic Verified Contact 71,000 km

Used 2011 Honda City Sedan at 51000 km for sale in Isabela The listing has expired

Used 2011 Honda City Sedan at 51000 km for sale in Isabela

Isabela, Santiago

₱365,000

Manual Verified Contact 51,000 km

Selling 2011 Honda City Automatic Gasoline Black at 54000 km The listing has expired

Selling 2011 Honda City Automatic Gasoline Black at 54000 km

Metro Manila, Pasig

₱375,000

Automatic Verified Contact 54,000 km

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    Signs of purchasing a stolen car

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    All transactions are rushed and impersonal

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    VIN Identification is a fail

    the car's VIN should always be visible with no signs of it being tampered. If you can't recognize the car's 17-digit identification or if you do but with signs of alterations then dig deeper as you might be working on stolen goods.

    Get assistance with legitimate websites or get with the National Insurance Crime Bureau so you can trace the history of this car. You can also ask your trusted car mechanic or insurer as well to take a look or a quick scan of that pre-owned Honda City for your peace of mind before proceeding any next steps.

    Hesitation and refusal to show a deed of sale

    This is pretty obvious because technically, the original copies won't be in the possession of these hustlers. There might be copies of the documentation of the car inside the vehicle when it was stolen but not the certified true copies.

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