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Adjustable Car Auto Truck Safety Seat Belt Buckle Clip 2pcs Silver Rr on

US $1.58

shanghai, China

shanghai, China
Condition:New Surface Finish:Does not apply Placement on Vehicle:Left,Front,Rear Warranty:Yes Brand:Unbranded/Generic Country/Region of Manufacture:China UPC:Does not apply Manufacturer Part Number:Does not apply EAN:Does not apply Interchange Part Number:Does not apply ISBN:Does not apply Other Part Number:Does not apply

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GM sees no potential buyers for Saab

Thu, 08 Jan 2009 00:00:00 -0800

General Motors has found no interested buyers for Saab, sources familiar with efforts to sell the Swedish brand say. GM put Saab under "strategic review" as part of the long-term viability plan submitted to Congress last month. In a subsequent interview with Automotive News, GM Vice Chairman Bob Lutz said strategic review is "code for we realize they're not working and something needs to be done." GM has not announced a decision to sell the brand, but has quietly shopped it around, the source said.

New 2014 Jaguar F-Type video highlights speed and handling ahead of Paris motor show debut

Thu, 20 Sep 2012 00:00:00 -0700

With anticipation for the 2014 Jaguar F-Type sports car building ahead of the car's Paris motor show debut, the boys and girls at Jag are keeping the video previews rolling. Today's episode focuses on the F-Type's driving dynamics. Jaguar's test drivers and engineers flog the car on three tracks—Nardo, the Nurburgring and the company's test track in Old Blighty.

New Nissan Altima guns for bigger slice of midsize-sedan segment

Wed, 16 May 2012 00:00:00 -0700

Nissan North America has launched production in Tennessee of the redesigned 2013 Altima sedan that it hopes will challenge the family-sedan supremacy of the Toyota Camry. "We didn't put all of the investment into this product and put in all the features with an expectation to be No. 2," said Bill Krueger, vice chairman of Nissan Americas, after the first 2013 model rolled off the line in Smyrna, Tenn., on May 15.