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Wilmington, Delaware, US

Wilmington, Delaware, US
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2013 - 2014 Chrysler Dodge Uconnect Headphones OEM AUDIO KIT W REMOTE 05091246AA


2 Wireless Headphones

1 Wireless Remote





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Ford Focus Electric tease begins

Mon, 03 Jan 2011 00:00:00 -0800

Ford tease the Focus Electric on their Facebook page. Ford has promised that there will be an electric version of the 2011 Ford Focus by 2012. Which we’ve gone on record as saying is a daft idea.

Boris planning war on diesel car drivers – London Mayor wants drivers of diesel cars to pay more

Tue, 29 Jul 2014 00:00:00 -0700

Boris wants to charge diesel cars an extra £10 to enter London We’ve long banged on about the nonsense of basing the cost of motoring on the Co2 emissions of cars, and it seems the London Mayor, Boris Johnson, also realises that Co2-based taxation has led to a real pollution problem. As we reported as far back as 2010, petrol cars – certainly before the introduction of Euro 6 emissions recently – are far cleaner than diesel cars when it comes to the sort of stuff that really matters – NoX and particulates. And the problem has been exacerbated by basing car taxation on Co2 emissions as lower Co2 levels have been much easier for car makers to achieve on diesel engines, which is why diesel-engined cars now account for around 50 per cent of all cars sold in the UK.

Smart Fourjoy concept revealed ahead of Frankfurt motor show

Thu, 05 Sep 2013 00:00:00 -0700

Smart will preview its upcoming second-generation Forfour at next week's Frankfurt motor show when it shows the Fourjoy, the latest concept from the Mercedes-Benz owned city car brand. Pictured here for the first time, the new four-seater follows the earlier Forus and Forstars concepts, providing clues to next year's Forfour, developed with Renault. The French automaker will offer its own version of the new car as a replacement for the Twingo.