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15 Nissan Pathfinder Hands Free Phone Module 283839df0a on 2040-parts.com

US $125.00
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Richland, Mississippi, United States

Richland, Mississippi, United States
Condition:Used Conditions & Options:HANDS FREE PHONE MODULE 283839DF0A Model:PATHFINDR Genuine OEM:Yes Year:2015 Interchange Part Number:591.DA1215 Stock #:AT0428 Designation:Used GTIN:Does not apply PartNumber:591 Inventory ID:574555 Mileage:31000

BMW M5 2011 (F10) at Nurburgring +video

Fri, 09 Oct 2009

The 2011 BMW M5 caught on video near the Nurburgring Wonderful power plant though the V10 is, in these economy and emissions conscience times it is a pragmatic move by BMW to use the 4.4 litre V8 already seen in the X5M and X6M in the next generation M5. It seems almost certain if you watch this video – especially at around 3:15 where you can hear the turbos quite clearly – that forced induction is the route BMW are taking. But it seems likely that the M5 will get a few more horses than others in the BMW range using the same powerplant.

Concept Car of the Week: Ghia Streamline X 'Gilda' (1955)

Fri, 14 Mar 2014

In 1954 Virgil Exner, director of styling at Chrysler, created a scale clay-model to communicate to his team his vision of futuristic and aerodynamic shapes. The sculpture was then painted black and was left on display in Exner's Office. There it caught the eye of Luigi Segre, director of Ghia who expressed his intentions to create a car inspired by the forms of the model.

Hybrid owners sue Ford over Fusion, C-Max mpg claims

Wed, 24 Apr 2013

Pennsylvania car owners are suing Ford Motor Co., claiming that the 2013 Fusion hybrid and C-Max hybrid are not delivering on promised fuel-efficiency figures, according to a report from Bloomberg. Both hybrid models are advertised to return 47 mpg, but the owners say that number is inflated to seem more competitive among other midsize sedans, according to their court filing. The complaint says car owners who have submitted estimates to a fuel-economy tracking website averaged 38.5 mpg, a 10-mpg difference that can cost an additional $1,800 in fuel costs over five years, Bloomberg reports.