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Greenbrier, Arkansas, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Mopar

MINI 50 Mayfair and MINI 50 Camden announced

Fri, 22 May 2009 00:00:00 -0700

MINI 50 Mayfair and MINI 50 Camden announced at The MINI United Festival at Silverstone [ad#ad-1] We’re starting to come to the conclusion that we should start a Car News Site dedicated just to MINI and its endless special editions! One after another they keep coming – and we know of lots more in the pipeline. Still, no one can accuse BMW of not making enough of the Marque!

Jaguar hybrid cars due in 2013-14

Thu, 13 May 2010 00:00:00 -0700

Jaguar will launch its own hybrid vehicles soon after Land Rover, CAR can confirm. Parent company Jaguar Land Rover is developing battery-assisted hybrid versions for both brands but its strategy puts part-electric Land Rovers first on the launchpad in 2013.Hybrid Jaguars – set to include the XJ and XF, but eventually every model – are therefore likely to be on the market by 2013-2014, using a similar eight-speed ZF hybrid transmission to petrol-electric BMWs.The staggered roll-out of battery Jags and Land Rovers makes sense: heavy 4x4s have come in the firing line from green protestors who label them Chelsea Tractors. Hybrid Land Rovers will trim emissions and – in plug-in hybrid mode – enable even big bulky Range Rovers to drive in zero-emissions mode into central urban areas emitting nothing more unsaintly than an electric whir.So which Jaguars will go hybrid first?It's likely that the largest models such as the XJ will receive the hybrid power packs first; large cars reap the greater benefit and can more easily swallow the additional cost, put at around £10,000 in today's money.JLR's Midlands engineering bases in Whitley and Gaydon now employ 100 engineers in the expanding hybrid powertrain business unit launched 18 months ago.

Ford Focus (2011) prices start at less than £16k

Wed, 15 Dec 2010 00:00:00 -0800

The new Ford Focus range will start at less than £16,000 when it hits UK showrooms in March 2011, the company has announced. The base Edge, with a 1.6-litre 102bhp petrol engine, is the cheapest Focus at £15,995, with the £25,095 2.0-litre TDCi Titanium X topping the range. There will be seven engines to choose from: three petrol and four diesel.