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2011 Yamaha C3 on 2040-motos

$1,999
YearYear:2011 MileageMileage:0
Location:

Atlantic, Iowa

Atlantic, IA
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2011 YAMAHA C3, BLOWOUT PRICE! NOW ONLY $1999.00 Last one!!!
A cool-looking, functional transport tool with nine gallons of storage and fuel injection.
Boxy is beautiful.
That cube shape gives the 2011 Yamaha C3 great storage capacity - about 9 gallons - and it's hard to beat a 49cc fuel injected four-stroke engine, big wide tires, motorcycle-style fork and that zippy engine means it's a hoot to ride too.

Key Features:
" Trendy "box" design scooter accentuates cubic space-hence the name C3-while it stresses function and simplicity.
" Completely modern running gear, including a fuel-injected engine, makes this one super-economical to operate. The C3 will take you a long, long way on a single 1.2-gallon tank of gas.
" High-function features include big tires on cast aluminum wheels, a motorcycle-type fork and handlebar.
" Side-hinged, locking storage compartment swallows up to 9 gallons of gear.
" The C3 achieves fuel economy up to an estimated 115mpg* with a fuel tank that holds 1.2 gallons of gas.

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