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Brand New Oem Cruise Control Servo 3.0l 2005-08 Escape & Mariner #6l8z-9c735-aa on 2040-parts.com

US $430.72
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Cranston, Rhode Island, United States

Cranston, Rhode Island, United States
Condition:New Brand:Ford Genuine OEM:Yes Manufacturer Part Number:6L8Z9C735BA Part Brand:Ford Placement on Vehicle:Front

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Volvo V40 Cross Country (2012) first official pictures

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

Volvo is beefing up the V40 hatch with the new V40 Cross Country - a rough 'n' ready soft-roader to be shown at the 2012 Paris motor show. Ring any bells? Cast your mind back to 1997 and the release of the V70 Cross Country, to which the V40 Cross Country owes its existence. Volvo V40 Cross Country: 'all-road' performance The V40 Cross Country comes in front- or all-wheel drive formats, topped by the 2.5-litre T5 that’ll churn out 250bhp and pass 0-60mph in six seconds. A 40mm ride height increase is likely to limit on-road performance, but should come in handy should you need to traverse any troublesome countryside on the school run.

Spring 2014 issue of Interior Motives magazine out now

Mon, 14 Apr 2014 00:00:00 -0700

The spring edition of Car Design News’ quarterly interior design publication, Interior Motives magazine, is out now. This issue features in-depth design development articles on the most interesting and important concept and production vehicles from the recent Tokyo, Detroit and Geneva auto shows.  The cover star is Nissan’s IDx concept. Displayed in two different forms – sporty Nismo and laid-back Freeflow – the project was carried out with input from 30 young, fashion-conscious members of ‘Generation Z’ (born post-1990).

Nissan Juke Kuro – the Juke Black

Tue, 23 Aug 2011 00:00:00 -0700

The Nissan Juke Kuro - 'Black' to you and me How did we miss a limited edition Juke – especially when we think the Nissan Juke is such a funky little urban car – when Nissan sent us the details of the Juke Kuro last week? There must be a hole in our inbox. No matter, we’ll make up for it now, although there’s not an enormous amount to say.