Thursday, April 1, 2010

2002 Jaguar X-Type 3.0

Pumpkin Fine Cars & Exotics' Car Of The Day... a 2002 Jaguar X-Type 3.0, 4-Door Sedan.  This CLASSIC BEAUTY is in PRISTINE condition and READY FOR A NEW HOME!  This ONE-OWNER Jaguar has 88,423 original miles and a CLEAN TITLE HISTORY.  If you have always wanted a NICE, INEXPENSIVE JAGUAR...then this baby is for you!  It is PRICED TO SELL AT $9995.00.  As with all of our pre-owned vehicles, this Jaguar has been FULLY SERVICED and PUMPKIN CERTIFIED.  The GORGEOUS Graphite Exterior is flattered nicely by Black LEATHER Interior and WOOD TRIMMING.  Features include FULLY POWERED OPTIONS such as power seats and a power MOON ROOF, AM/FM Stereo with CD Player, ALLOY Wheels, Auto-Dim Rear View Mirrors and much more!  If you would like to see additional photos of this vehicle, click here, or log onto our website at http://www.pumpkincars.com/.  We have financing available, for those who qualify, and a credit application can even be found on our site as well. 

With over 25 years of automotive experience, Franck Freon uses his wide range of knowledge to ensure that only the BEST of vehicles land on our showroom floor. So when you buy a vehicle from Pumpkin Fine Cars, you can rest assure that your vehicle is one of the most reliable and best deals around. Every vehicle goes through a figorous inspection process prior to purchasing and all of our vehicles include a CLEAN TITLE HISTORY. Franck sure knows how to pick 'em!
For more information on Pumpkin Fine Cars & Exotics or to view a complete list of our current pre-owned vehicles in stock, log onto our website at http://www.pumpkincars.com/Contact us at (609)646-7676, email to [email protected] or simply stop by our unique indoor showroom located on Fire Road in Egg Harbor Twp. 

1 comment:

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