lancia Musa

Model Årgang Motor HK Km/t CO2
Musa 1.4 2012 1368 ccm 78 163 -
Musa 1.3 Multijet 2012 1248 ccm 91 173 -
Musa 1.9 Multijet 2012 1910 ccm 102 179 -
Musa 1.3 Multijet Automatic 2012 1248 ccm 91 173 -
Musa 1.4 2011 1368 ccm 78 163 -
Musa 1.3 Multijet 2011 1248 ccm 91 173 -
Musa 1.9 Multijet 2011 1910 ccm 102 179 -
Musa 1.3 Multijet Automatic 2011 1248 ccm 91 173 -
Musa 1.4 2010 1368 ccm 78 163 -
Musa 1.3 Multijet 2010 1248 ccm 91 173 -
Musa 1.9 Multijet 2010 1910 ccm 102 179 -
Musa 1.3 Multijet Automatic 2010 1248 ccm 91 173 -
Musa 1.4 2009 1368 ccm 75 163 158.0
Musa 1.3 Multijet 2009 1248 ccm 88 173 247.0
Musa 1.9 Multijet 2009 1910 ccm 98 179 247.0
Musa 1.3 Multijet Automatic 2009 1248 ccm 91 173 -
Musa 1.4 2008 1368 ccm 93 175 157.9
Musa 1.3 Multijet 2008 1246 ccm 68 159 247.0
Musa 1.9 Multijet 2008 1910 ccm 98 179 158.0
Musa 1.4 Automatic 2008 1368 ccm 96 175 -
Musa 1.4 16V Oro 2007 1368 ccm 93 - 158.0
Musa 1.3 Multijet 16V Oro 2007 1247 ccm 68 159 247.0
Musa 1.4 16V Oro Automatic 2007 1368 ccm 96 - -
Musa 1.3 Multijet 16V Oro Automatic 2007 1247 ccm 71 159 -
Musa 1.4 16V Oro 2006 1368 ccm 93 - 213.0
Musa 1.3 Multijet Oro 2006 1248 ccm 68 159 -
Musa 1.9 Multijet Oro 2006 1910 ccm 98 179 213.0
Musa 1.4 16V Oro Automatic 2006 1368 ccm 96 - -
Musa 1.3 Multijet Oro Automatic 2006 1248 ccm 71 159 -
Musa 1.4 2005 1368 ccm 93 - -
Musa 1.3 Multijet 2005 1248 ccm 68 159 -
Musa 1.9 Multijet 2005 1908 ccm 98 179 158.0
Musa 1.4 Automatic 2005 1368 ccm 96 - -
Musa 1.3 Multijet Automatic 2005 1248 ccm 71 159 -
Musa 1.4 2004 1368 ccm 93 175 -
Musa 1.9 D 2004 1998 ccm 100 179 158.0
Musa 1.3 Multijet 2004 1248 ccm 68 159 -
Musa 1.9 Multijet 2004 1910 ccm 98 179 -
Musa 1.4 Automatic 2004 1368 ccm 96 175 -
Musa 1.3 Multijet Automatic 2004 1248 ccm 71 159 -

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