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For sale: Suzuki Grand Nomade (2003, 4x4 AT, rooftop-tent) from Dec. 2019 in Ecuador/Columbia

Hey there!

As our journey comes to an end soon (around Dec. 2019), we will have to sell our beloved car.
This advertisement is addressed to everybody, who wants to really explore South America off the beaten tracks. Besides it’s a good opportunity to travel from Colombia to Chile without having to return the car to Colombia to sell it again.

Facts:

FOR SALE 2007 Grand Nomade 4x4 in Santiago NOW

2007 Suzuki Grand Nomade 2.7 GLX Sport

202,000KM

Price: 4,300,000 CLP

 

Sold! Top car for sale now (November/December) in Chile 4x4 Suzuki Grand Nomade Rooftoptent -full-equipped

Update: comes with complete new revision tecnica (TUV) now!

Suzuki Grand Nomade mit Dachzelt und kompletter Camping Austattung - geringer Verbrauch- gute Allrad Fähigkeit.
Es ist zur Sicherheit der eignen Sachen eine Box eingebaut, damit man von außen nicht sehen kann was drin ist. Außerdem verhindert es Diebstahl, was sehr verbreitet ist in ganz Südamerika.
Papiere sind soweit alle in Ordnung, ihr braucht nur eine RUT, dabei kann euch aber auch geholfen werden.

SELLING: Suzuki Samurai 1998 4X4. IN CHILE END OF APRIL

Hello lovely travellers!

We bought Sammy, our Chilean Suzuki Samurai, in Conception a few weeks ago. We are exploring Patagonia with her after spending 9 months travelling around the world by bicycle. We are going to be selling her after our journey south in April to look for a VAN. WILLING TO DO A TRADE :,)

FUEL: PETROL/BENCINA
ENGINE: 1.3L
4X4: WORKING
MILEAGE: 60,000 miles
CHILEAN PLATES

*INCLUDES BUZZ BIKE RACK* (worth 80,000 pesos)

NEW: Rear brake cylinders

2.5 million pesos *NEGOTIABLE*

For sale: 2002 Suzuki Grand Vitara/XL7

Your perfect overlanding vehicle. Our 2002 Suzuki Grand Vitara/XL7 4WD is for sale in the Punta Arenas region, Chile, at the end of November after completing her trip from Alaska. The car is registered in Alaska and has Alaskan plates. Key specs:

FOR SALE (in Santiago, October 2016) - Suzuki Grand Vitara 2004 - 4x4 - 5 700 USD

Hi everyone !

After a 10 months travel around South America, we are selling our Suzuki Grand Vitara in Chile (in Santiago or in the north of the country) in October 2016. 

It's a Suzuki Grand Vitara, year 2004, 1600 cm3, 3 doors, 4 weel drive system, manual gear, hydrolic direction, AC, central locking, alarm system, with 180 000 km.

!!Must GO NOW!! Suzuki Vitara 4x4 Nov/Dec - 3200€

Hi Everybody!

For sale is my reliable Suzuki Vitara. His name is Paco - he is a 1992, 5 door model.

The car has really good offroad characteristics - no river is too deep, no hill to steep!

Especialy in the high altitude countrys like Bolivia and Peru you will laugh at all the travellers with a big diesel motor ;)

I customized the back so there are no more backseats inside (check the fotos)

On the big box at the top you can store all your stuff easy and safe.

SOLD - Suzuki Samurai 2, 1,3l, 4WD - In Santiago, at the end of april 2016

Hey everyone ! I go back to France after a 6 months trip around South America and would like to offer you the sale of my Jeep. I'll be in Santiago de Chile around the end of april but i can manage my schedule if you need. It's a Suzuki Samurai 2, 1.3 L, 1999, with a red body, black curtains, roof rails, spare wheel, front winch, system of 4 Sony speakers (possible USB), accessories ...

FOR SALE Suzuki Grand Nomade and CYBEX Car Seat in Chile

We are returning from our South America Road Trip in January and are looking to sell the following 

 

SUZUKI GRAND NOMADE in dark grey

bought in Santiago in October 2014

made 2010
79 000 km so far
2000cc
Manual gearshift

Air Condition
Double Airbag
Alarm
Isofix

it's not a four wheel drive but served us well, even on Ruta 40 and Carretera Austral. 

Suzuki Grand Vitara for South American trip?

Hi everyone,

My girlfriend and I are considering a 1 year break from our lives in Paris. The general idea is to purchase a car, most likely in Chile based on other travelers' advice, and around South America (or part of it).

From what I have read, 4x4 seems to be a good idea. We don't inted to offroad for the sake of it, but we like the idea of being able to reach potentially remote areas where no paved road goes. Unlike most overlanders, we expect to be staying in budget hostels / hotels most of the time, so fitting the vehicle is not an issue for us.

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