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PRACTICALLY BRAND NEW ANSWER MOTOCROSS HELMET. WORN ONE TIME FOR A COUPLE OF HOURS AND HAS BEEN IN THE CLOSET EVER SINCE. LOOK AT THE PICS....THE PADDING INSIDE TELLS THE STORY. YOU WONT REGRET THIS PURCHASE.
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Thu, 02 Jul 2009 00:00:00 -0700
The new Fiat 500C Convertible launches in UK showrooms today
And if you want a fun, economical and stylish little convertible to zip round the city in this summer, it would be hard to find a better option than the 500C. True, its ‘cutesey’ style is not to everyone’s taste, but it’s hard to argue against the car when it costs just £11k (for the Pop version) and is quite likely to hang on to a good chunk of its value for the next year or two. But retro-looking as it may be, the 500C is very much a modern car.
Mon, 26 Mar 2012 00:00:00 -0700
New Ford Fiesta ECOnetic
The latest versions of the Ford Fiesta ECOnetic have gone in to production, offering 86mpg and 87g/km CO2. When we reviewed Ford’s first Fiesta ECOnetic we were impressed that, at least if you were prepared to drive wi8th a very light foot, you could get 70mpg out of a comfortable and fun Fiesta. But we did say that ECOnetic should be an engine choice and not a model choice.
Mon, 13 Jan 2014 00:00:00 -0800
Porsche has given its latest 911 Targa a heavy dose of retro appeal through the adoption of a series of classic styling cues that hark back to that of the original model launched in 1965. Unveiled at the Detroit auto show, the new 911 Targa is based around the same aluminium bodyshell and four-wheel drive mechanical package as the 911 Carrera 4 Cabriolet, alongside which it will be produced at Porsche's Zuffenhausen factory on the outskirts of Stuttgart, Germany. Among the traditional styling elements Porsche's design boss Michael Mauer has chosen to resurrect on the new car is a fixed B-pillar hoop, or Targa bar as it has come to be known over the years.