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2009 Yamaha Zuma 125 on 2040-motos

$2,099
YearYear:2009 MileageMileage:55 ColorColor: Raven
Location:

Findlay, Ohio

Findlay, OH
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2009 Yamaha Zuma 125, -CALL SANDUSKY STORE FOR DETAILS (419) 625-9253 - EVEN MORE OF A VERY GOOD THING Tough and rugged meets practical. You also get a fuel-injected four-stroke engine, fully automatic transmission and pushbutton electric starting. Plus room for two to ride and gear storage inside and an estimated 88 miles per gallon with a fuel tank that holds 1.5 gallons of gas.

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