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90-97 Toyota Celica Mr2 Paseo Tercel 6 Cd Changer 08601-00825 New Look on

US $195.00

Cherry Hill, New Jersey, United States

Cherry Hill, New Jersey, United States
Condition:New Brand:Toyota Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Manufacturer Part Number:08601-00825 Model:Celica, MR2, Paseo, Tercel Disc Capacity:6 Toyota:CY26194-618

Welcome to my auction. This is a new old stock toyota cd changer with controls wiring and all mounting pieces. This will fit the following toyotas. Tercel 95-97. Paseo. 92-95. Mr2 and mr2 turbo 95-96. Celica. 90-97.....

EBay exotic: 1980 BMW M1

Wed, 27 Apr 2011 00:00:00 -0700

What we have here, according to the seller, is an actual one-owner, 4,418-kilometer (2,739 miles) BMW M1, recently imported to the United States from Germany. That's right--the original BMW supercar, one of 456 reportedly built. While the 277-hp straight-six may not sound too impressive today, keep in mind that the European Ferrari 308 only made about 250 hp at the time.

China to boost electric cars with 30% Government EV fleet

Sun, 20 Jul 2014 00:00:00 -0700

The BYD E6 EV (pictured) will benefit from China’s push on EVs The UK government has just announced its commitment to use electric cars for its own vehicles in an effort to boost the take-up of EVs, but China is going even further. China has ordered government officials to start buying electric cars (that means BEVs, plug-in hybrids and hydrogen fuel cell cars) in a big way, with instructions that 30 per cent of government cars must fall in to the ‘New Energy’ category by 2017, and an even higher percentage going forward. The aim is to cut pollution, and China expects to have 5 million New Energy cars on the road by 2020 and it isĀ urging it government agencies and some city governments to start buying New Energy vehicles from Chinese makers like BYD and SDAIC, but also instructing them to build more charging stations and supporting infrastructure.

BMW pushes back the U.S. debut of the X1 until the end of 2012

Mon, 02 May 2011 00:00:00 -0700

BMW will not offer its compact X1 crossover in the United States until the end of 2012 because of strong demand for the redesigned version of the larger X3. Also, the X1 is selling well outside the United States so supplies are tight, said Jim O'Donnell, CEO of BMW of North America. The X1 was launched in Europe in November 2009.