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Guangzhou,Guangdong, China
Condition:New Brand:Unbranded Country/Region of Manufacture:China Manufacturer Part Number:A2215420417 UPC:Does not apply Other Part Number:2215420417, 221 542 04 17, 0263003245 Interchange Part Number:A2215420417, A 221 542 04 17, 026 300 32 45 Surface Finish:High quality Type:PDC Parking Sensor Warranty:1 Year

Land Rover Discovery XXV Special Edition celebrates 25 years of the Discovery

Mon, 17 Feb 2014 00:00:00 -0800

The Land Rover Discovery XXV (pictured) celebrates 25 years of the Discovery The Land Rover Discovery was launched 25 years ago as a ‘Lifestyle’ Land Rover product complete with funky interior from Jasper Conran. And now, with the Discovery 4 nearing the end of its life, Land Rover is commemorating that anniversary with a special edition model – the Land Rover Discovery XXV Special Edition. The Discovery XXV is based on Land Rover’s top spec Disco – the HSE Luxury – and comes in a choice of four colours - Causeway Grey, Santorini Black, Fuji White and Indus Silver – with Narvik Black for the grill surround and door mirrors and Dark Atlas on the grill and vents.

MINI Countryman to be built in India

Wed, 17 Apr 2013 00:00:00 -0700

MINI sells worldwide – even in the US – and, despite claims it was a step too far for the brand, the MINI Countryman has been a big hit for MINI, offering as it does most of MINI’s charm but in a bigger, more family friendly package and with the option of All4 4WD for a degree of off-road ability (well, certainly the ability to treat boot sale car parks with disdain). Now, for the first time, BMW is to build the MINI outside Europe with a new MINi assembly facility coming on stream in Chennai, India, where BMW already makes 3 and 5 Series models as well as the X1 and X3. The plan is part of BMW’s plan of ‘Production follows the market’ where BMW aim to make their cars where they’re sold, so with the MINI brand showing strong growth in India since its launch it makes sense to build them there.

Honda N-ONE [w/Gallery]

Mon, 05 Nov 2012 00:00:00 -0800

Honda's N-ONE mini-vehicle, the third model of the its new N Series, has gone on sale across Japan. The retro, boxy N-ONE was developed in the style of the 1967 N360 and uses Honda's M/M (man maximum, machine minimum) design language. It also takes a number of recognizable design cues from the widely praised EV-N concept that was unveiled at the 2009 Tokyo motor show.