A new batch of cars as well as vehicles left over from previous auctions will go under the hammer at tomorow’s Bank of Cyprus auction at Mopshiloti, together with gym equipment, a sauna, safes and generators.
The list includes 50 cars the cheapest of which is €200. Cheaper cars are being sold for spare parts.
The most expensive car is a 2011 registered Ford Kuga for €8500. An Audi 4 is selling for €5200, a Toyota Corolla for €3900, a Mercedes B150 for €35000, and an immobilised Mazda 2 D for €3300.
The list also includes a 2006 registered Mercedes B150 for €3500, a V/Wagen Passat for €3600, a Ford Fusion for €2600 and an immobilised Audi 5 Coupe for €3000. A 2005 registered Ford Focus D and a Toyota Vitz are both selling for €2700. A V/Wagen Golf is selling for €2800, a BMW x3 D for €3100 and a Ford Mondeo for €2400. A 2006 registered immobilised Honda Civic will set you back €2300 and a 2006 registered BMW 520 D 2006 €2500.
Also on sale is a Citroen C4 for €1800, a Toyota Corolla SDV D/V for €1700, a Peugot 307 for €1500 and a 1997 registered Isuzu Bighorn for €1800. An immobilised Audi TT FSI Couple is on sale for €1700, a 2008 registered Jeep Compass D for €1200, a Smart Forfour for €2000 and a Fiat 500 for €1500.
Among the cheapest are a Nissan Tilda, an immobilised Mazda 3 and a Skoda Octavia for €500. An immobilised Ford Fiesta SDV D/V is selling for €600 and an Opel Corsa SDV D/V for €400.
Also on auction are four generators for €3500 and €3000, safes for €350, gym equipment for €200 to €800 and a sauna for €1800.
The auction will be held on Tuesday, March 5, at Limassol Ave., 12, 7647 Mosfiloti, Larnaca (Auction Yard). Tel. 22124511 at 3.00p.m.
The physical inspection of the cars will take place on:
- Monday 04/03/2019 from 10.00 a.m. – 13.00 p.m. and from 14.00 p.m. – 17.00 p.m.
- and on Tuesday 05/03/2019 from 10.00 a.m. – 14.30.p.m.
Press HERE to see the catalogue of the auction items.