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Audi/vw 2012-16 Lane Departure Warning-camera 4g0907107e on 2040-parts.com

US $399.00
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Harrison City, Pennsylvania, United States

Harrison City, Pennsylvania, United States
Condition:New Brand:AUDI/VW Manufacturer Part Number:4G0-907-107-E / 4G0907107E )

  LANE CHANGE ASSIST is a factory original Audi/VW  auto part  correct for the following additional sub models: Premium, Premium Plus, Prestige, TDI Premium Plus, TDI Prestige.

MINI Cooper S & MINI JCW UK Recall

Mon, 16 Jan 2012 00:00:00 -0800

MINI JCW & Cooper S recalled Following on from the US MINI Recall, MINI UK is to recall 29,000 MINI Cooper S and MINI JCW models to fix a faulty circuit board. Yesterday we reported that MINI in the US is to recall 89,000 MINI Coopers to fix a faulty circuit board on the turbo’s auxiliary water pump, and we now learn the recall will be worldwide – although is DOESN’T include the MINI Cooper. It seems the US authorities got it all in a bit of a muddle and included the MINI Cooper in the recall announcement, even though it doesn’t have a turbo and the recall relates to a potentially faulty circuit board on the auxiliary water pumps that cool the turbos.

Datsun gears up for supermini production – but it’s not coming here

Tue, 09 Jul 2013 00:00:00 -0700

Nissan’s revival of the Datsun name kicks into first gear later this month with the official reveal of the reborn marque’s new supermini. The new Datsun, which will share components with the Nissan Micra, will be unveiled on 15 July 2013 in New Delhi, India , before going on sale across India, Indonesia, Russia and South Africa in 2014. What do we know about the new Datsun supermini?

Has Chris Evans bought a McLaren F1?

Tue, 18 Sep 2012 00:00:00 -0700

The rumour on the grapevine this morning is that Radio 2 man and Ferrari nut, Chris Evans, has traded a Ferrari to buy a McLaren F1 Chris Evans is known for many things; Radio 2 presenter, doting dad, one-time enfant terrible of TV, creator of CarFest and, perhaps most of all, the most high-profile collector of classic Ferraris in the UK. But the word on the grapevine this morning is that Chris has chopped in a Ferrari – and we don’t know which of his Ferraris – to buy one of the 64 McLaren F1 supercars in existence. If he has, and we’re digging for confirmation, then he’s obviously been listening to the advice a number of experts at the top end of the classic car world who believe the ‘next’ Ferrari 250 GTO (a car Chris owns) will be the McLaren F1.