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Bank of Cyprus cars on public auction: prices range from €200 to €6,400

The next Bank of Cyprus impounded vehicle auction at Mosfiloti will take place on Tuesday, with the list including 75 cars at prices ranging from €200 to €6,400.

The most expensive car on auction is a 2010-registered Audi A4 with a starting price of €6,400, while the vehicle with the lowest starting price is a Ford Fiesta starting at €200.

Cars under €1,000:

  • VW Gold SDV (€300)
  • Opel Corsa SDV (€300)
  • Mitsubishi Colt (€700)
  • VW Passat (€700)
  • Mercedes E200 (€800)
  • Mazda Demio (€800)

Cars between €2,000-€3,000:

  • 2008-registered Ford Focus (€2,500)
  • 2007-registered Citroen C4 SDV (€3,000)
  • Honda Jazz (€2,500)
  • Nissan Micra (€2,200)
  • 2006-registered Toyota Corolla (€2,400)
  • Toyota Yaris (€2,300)
  • Opel Astra (€2,700)
  • Ford Focus (€2,800)

Cars between €3,000-€4,000:

  • Ford Focus (€3,500)
  • Suzuki Swift (€3,300)
  • Mercedes E200K (€3,800)
  • BMW 520 (€3,800)
  • BMW X3 D (€3,500)

Cars between €4,000-€5,000:

  • Toyota Yaris (€4,500)
  • BMW 520 (€5,000)

Cars between €6,000-7,000:

  • Audi A4 (€6,400)
  • Mercedes CLS Coupe D (€6,000)

The catalogue also includes two butcher shop refrigerators starting at €200 and €250, five safe boxes starting at €300 and €350 and five electricity generators with starting prices ranging between €2,800 to €6,000.

Click HERE to see the full catalogue of the auction items.

Some of these cars are damaged and/or old and can be used for parts.

Buyers will have to cover late registration fees and the cost for renewing the licence of the vehicles.

The next auction of the Bank of Cyprus will take place on the 07/05/2019, at Limassol Ave., 12, 7647 Mosfiloti, Larnaca (Auction Yard). Tel. 22124511 at 3.00 p.m.

The physical Inspection of the cars will take place on:

  • Monday 06/05/2019 from 10.00 a.m. – 13.00 p.m. and from 14.00 p.m. – 17.00 p.m.
  • and on Tuesday 07/05/2019 from 10.00 a.m. – 14.30.p.m.

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