1984 Et340 Yamaha Enticer Et 340 Rubber Intake Manifold on 2040-parts.com
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I AM PARTING OUT A 1984 YAMAHA ET340 ENTICER. ALL OF THE PARTS I HAVE FOR THIS ARE LISTED.
THIS IS THE RUBBER INTAKE MANIFOLD.
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Fri, 09 Jan 2009 00:00:00 -0800
Now admittedly, Chevrolet UK is not starting from a point of market dominance in the UK, but any manufacturer who has managed to increase sales in 2008 is obviously doing something right. Chevrolet UK has announced that in 2008 it managed to increase its market share in the UK by 12.5%, from 0.76% to 0.86%, with total sales for the year of 18,372 cars (which is only a smidge higher than 2007, but the lower total sales for the UK Car market in 2008 meant a significant increase in market share for Chevrolet). Chevrolet Cruze - Launches in the UK in 2009
These are not figures that are going to frighten the pants off Ford and Vauxhall, but they are an indication that a certain part of the car buying public in the UK are looking at price as a major factor, and are prepared to sacrifice a degree of driving joy to get in to a new car at a lower price.
Wed, 23 Jul 2008 00:00:00 -0700
By James Foxall and CAR reader reporter Sandy T
23 July 2008 13:01
With a massive 18-car product offensive planned for 2009, Toyota should have been one of the stars of this year's London show. But there's a clue in the timing; 2008 is a quiet year for Toyota, with a lull before next year's storm of new models. What’s new on Toyota’s London motor show stand?
Fri, 05 Jun 2009 00:00:00 -0700
Mitsubishi Motors Corp. has priced its new electric vehicle at 4.38 million yen, or $45,660 at current exchange rates, and wants EVs to account for 20 percent of its global output by 2020. Mitsubishi unveiled the production version of its i MiEV battery-powered car on Friday, saying it aims for 1,400 lease sales to corporate customers and local governments by March 31, 2010.