Belfast Telegraph

Friday 29 August 2014

The 20 most expensive used cars for sale in Northern Ireland

2009 Porsche 911 Carrera S Coupe. Price: £54,950
19 inch Turbo wheels, forged, two-tone, Extended navigation module for PCM 3.0, Cruise control, Heated seats, Windscreen with grey top tint, ParkAssist (parking aid rear), 7-speed double clutch transmission (Porsche Doppelkupplung -, Heated steering wheel, Rear wiper, Standard seat, Universal audio interface, CDC-4 six disc CD/DVD autochanger, Telephone module
2011 Mercedes G Class Mercedes-Benz GL350 CDI Blue Efficiency. Price: £54,995
Leather - Black, 2987 cc, Air Conditioning, Electric Windows, Central Door Locking, Electric Seats, Alarm, Immobiliser, ABS, PARKTRONIC, Speed-sensitive power steering, Headlamp Wash, Leather Covered Steering Wheel, Folding Mirrors, Bi-Xenon Headlights, Rain Sensitive Wipers, Automatic Dimming Mirror, Roof Rails, Heated Washer Jets, Airmatic Semi-Active Air Suspension, High Capacity Battery, Space Saver Spare Wheel, Luggage Cover, Interior Lighting Package, Interior Motion Sensor, Automatic Child Seat Recognition, Luggage Nets, COMAND with HDD navigation, integrated disc changer and 4GB music register, Digital Media Interface.

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2010 Ferrari Mondial 2+ 2dr F1. Price: £142,500
Metallic paint, Leather upholstery, Carpet - Grigio Scuro 751B, Brake calipers in yellow

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The Belfast Telegraph's countdown of the most expensive used cars for sale in Northern Ireland.

Courtesy of www.nicarfinder.co.uk we bring you a gallery of some of the hottest wheels on the market.

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