Bmw 525i Engine Brain Box Electronic Control Module; Sw, From 3/01 01 on 2040-parts.com
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Condition and Options:Electronic Control Module; SW, from 3/01
BMW BMW 525i [ENGINE_BRAIN_BOX] Electronic Control Module; SW, from 3/01 01
Model: BMW 525i
Odometer: 1000 Miles
StockNumber: 00016158Part Details:
Comments: 7511570 ECU ECM Engine Electronic Control Computer Unit Module Brainbox
Electronic Control Module; SW, from 3/01
also fits the following models:BMW 525i 2002 - 2003 Electronic Control Module; SW
BMW 525i 2001 - 2001 Electronic Control Module; SW, from 3/01
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ANALYSIS of in-car telematics data has revealed that London commuters get the worst deal in rush hour, with average speeds 30% slower than those across other British cities. The study of 20 million miles of telematics data by Direct Line Drive Plus shows that despite London having more congestion-fighting measures than anywhere else in the country, its road-based commuters suffer worse peak time traffic misery than anywhere else. During peak times, cars in Westminster travel at an average speed of just 10.06mph, compared to a figure of 14.38mph across the biggest British cities.
Wed, 04 Mar 2009 00:00:00 -0800
The Tata Nano Europa - expected to come to Europe as a sub £5k car
Tata has had a pretty torrid time of late, what with problems in India and the decimation of the world car markets, which has badly affected sales of its recently acquired Land Rover and Jaguar marques. But as we reported last week, they have just landed a huge contract to supply Jaguars and Land Rovers to the Chinese, which will ease problems at JLR, and now they’re on a world-domination cheapest-car quest with the Nano Europa. The Nano Europa is the version of the little Tata that is going to be launched in Europe, and has just previewed at Geneva 2009.
Sun, 13 Mar 2011 00:00:00 -0800
Bertone Jaguar B99 Design Gallery below
The car world seemed to speak as one when they saw the the Bertone Jaguar B99 Concept we reported on just before the Geneva Motor Show. Glorious, they said. Just what a Jaguar should look like, they declared.