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Essai Skoda Scala : qu'a Scala de plus ?

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La berline compacte tchèque débarque au sein d'une catégorie où la concurrence ne manque pas. Mais elle y joue crânement sa chance.

Added on the 11/04/2019 19:03:15 - Copyright : Automoto Magazine

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