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2007-2009 Nissan Altima Hybrid Amplifier Bose Oem Lkq on 2040-parts.com

US $72.26
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Bronx, New York, US

Bronx, New York, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Refund will be given as:Money Back Item must be returned within:30 Days Return policy details:Please check the listing for important warranty information regarding the item being sold. Some listings include a warranty and others do not. Each listing will clearly state the warranty length if applicable. Any listing that says “Sold AS-IS” does not include a warranty and all sales are final. ***Warranties do NOT cover any labor costs! NO EXCEPTIONS*** Parts Covered by Warranty: In case the part sold fails to work due to defective material or wrong fitment, LKQ will replace the part or issue a full refund (LKQ’s choice) up to the cost of the part purchased price (no refunds for labor costs), see warranty tab in the listing for more details. If the part you receive does not fit or work in your vehicle, we may ask you for a digital picture and your vehicle’s VIN number so we can properly assist you. Items NOT Covered by Warranty: For parts that are not defective, but are returned, the following will apply: 20% Restocking Fee, shipping costs are not refunded, and customer pays for shipping the part back. ****Airbags, seat belts, and tires are sold "AS IS"**** Use of Freight Forwarders VOIDS all warranties: LKQ Online will ship the part to the address provided, however our policy about forwarded packages is that once the item leaves the United States, returns/warranties/or refunds are no longer valid. This means that if the part is not the correct part, does not work properly, or becomes damaged in any way due to the length of transit time, we will not cover it under our return or warranty policies. We will also not refund any additional costs of shipping due to forwarded items. Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Part Brand:~MD38759 Manufacturer Part Number:28060 JA90A

Toyota FT-EV II – it’s the Jetsons!

Tue, 06 Oct 2009 00:00:00 -0700

The Toyota FT-EV II Electric city car concept As we reported earlier, Toyota believe electric cars have no future, apart from as short-range, low power city runarounds or as commercial vehicles. So the Toyota FT-EV II is exactly what Toyota believes the EV future is – a small, slow city car. Toyota say of the FT-EV – “… (its) design and technology look to a future society where EVs will be in common use, among a range of different means of transport that will reflect user requirements, the type of energy used and the local energy supply infrastructure”.

Honda’s Insight for Europe revealed

Wed, 21 Jan 2009 00:00:00 -0800

  Honda Insight for UK undercuts the Prius [ad#ad-1] Last week at the Detroit Motor Show, Honda revealed its Prius-challenging Insight Hybrid, and has today revealed details on the UK/Euro version. The new Insight, which utilises a 1.3 litre petrol engine with 88bhp, coupled with a 14bhp electric motor to give a 0-60 of just over 12 seconds and 113mph, has very low Co2 of 101-105g/km (which means just £35 VED – but if only they’d shaved that a smidge it would have been a freebie) which is very creditable. Honda has the Prius firmly in its sights with this car, and it aims to comfortably undercut the Prius on price.

TVR showing signs of life, maybe

Thu, 06 Jun 2013 00:00:00 -0700

It seems that old British automakers never die. But they don't really seem to fade away entirely, either, drifting in and out of solvency and suffering the indignity of dead-end revival attempt after dead-end revival attempt. Witness poor MG, which the Chinese are attempting to badge-engineer back into existence.