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Acc Radarsoensor Audi Q7 4n0907561 , 4m8907561 on 2040-parts.com

US $800.00
Location:

Bratislava, Slovakia, Slovakia

Bratislava, Slovakia, Slovakia
Condition:New Brand:Audi Manufacturer Part Number:4N0907561

 2x ACC Radarsoensor audi Q7 4N0907561 , 4M8907561 brand new

Consulatation on 20mph speed limit

Tue, 22 Oct 2013 00:00:00 -0700

BIRMINGHAM City Council has launched a public consultation on plans which could see around 90% of roads in the city given a 20mph speed limit. The authority believes the "20 is Plenty" scheme, costing around £7 million, would make residential streets safer and transport networks more sustainable. Key routes would keep higher speed limits under the long-term proposals, but public feedback is also being sought on whether the 20mph scheme should also be considered for busy high street shopping areas, around schools, leisure facilities, hospitals and public transport interchanges.

Renault Clio & Megane World Series Special Edition launched

Sat, 27 Jun 2009 00:00:00 -0700

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Skoda Octavia vRS breaks 200 mph at Bonneville

Tue, 16 Aug 2011 00:00:00 -0700

Skoda Octavia vRS breaks 200mph at the Bonneville Salt Flats You can tell just how far Skoda has come from its days as makers of mobile skips when they can justify going out to play at the Bonneville Salt Flats with a Skoda Octavia vRS, just for the glow the outing will cast on its range. But they haven’t just gone to play, they’ve also achieved the quite remarkable feat of taking a modestly modified Octavia vRS to 202.15mph, which is going to do no harm whatsoever in drawing attention to the very appealing vRS cars in the Skoda range. To drag an extra 50mph plus out of Octavia vRS did necessitate a tweak or three, but nothing overly dramatic.