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Aquamatcarpet 215 Thunder 06 Model on 2040-parts.com

US $625.00
Location:

Buford, Georgia, United States

Buford, Georgia, United States
Condition:New

AQUAMAT 215 THUNDER 06 COMPLETE CARPET KIT, BRAND NEW IN BOX...MSRP:$1075.80 

Chrysler races to upgrade its lineup

Mon, 01 Mar 2010

In a bid to improve its lineup before a fleet of new Fiat-based vehicles arrives in 2012, Chrysler Group is rushing new features and equipment into 15 reworked vehicles. The equipment, such as a Fiat dual-clutch, six-speed transmission and a new Chrysler V6, will boost fuel economy, improve driving dynamics and spiff up drab interiors, all areas in which Chrysler has fared poorly in consumer surveys. All the vehicles will be on sale by the first quarter of next year.

Henrik Fisker leaves his eponymous company

Thu, 14 Mar 2013

Henrik Fisker, co-founder of Fisker Automotive, has resigned from the company as Fisker seeks funding to move forward. But Henrik Fisker managed to convince the car world his Fisker Karma was credible, even if its gestation has been plagued by problems,  the latest of which has been the demise of its battery supplier – A123 Systems – and the wrecking of a dock full of seemingly uninsured Karmas by Hurricane Sandy. The current problems at Fisker has seen them seeking a new investor, with two Chinese companies – Geely and Dohnfeng – vying to take a majority stake in Fisker Automotive and help Fisker recover sales of the Karma and move on with Project Nina, the smaller Fisker Atlantic.

Volvo PCP Performance Division planned on the back of rising sales

Mon, 04 Jul 2011

The Volvo C30 PCP by Polestar - 400bhp and £50k (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({}); You’re not a serious player in the desirable saloon car stakes unless you have a performance division. BMW has the M Division and Mercedes has AMG; even VW has swapped out its Volkswagen Individual in to a division just to fettle ‘R’ cars and sell associated paraphernalia - Volkswagen R GmbH. And now it seems it’s the turn of Volvo.