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Brp Ski Doo Reflective Sheet P/n 514052718, Obsolete on 2040-parts.com

US $14.99
Location:

Bridgewater, Maine, United States

Bridgewater, Maine, United States
Condition:New Brand:BRP SKI DOO Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:514052718

BRP SKI DOO REFLECTIVE SHEET P/N 514052718, OBSOLETE. FITS MANY OF THE FOLLOWING BUT NOT LIMITED TO 1999-2004 MX Z/SUMMIT/FORMULA DELUXE, Z/GRAND TOURING/LEGEND/SKANDIC.

Chrysler to build an electric version of the Fiat 500 for the U.S. market

Mon, 22 Mar 2010

Chrysler will build an electric version of the Fiat 500 minicar for sale in the United States, starting in 2012, the automaker said on Monday. A prototype of the Fiat 500EV was shown at the Detroit auto show. The concept uses an electric motor, an advanced lithium-ion battery pack and an electric vehicle-control unit.

Peugeot 2008 Crossover: UK price from £12,995

Thu, 02 May 2013

That meant the Urban Crossover Concept from Geneva in 2012 turning in to the new Peugeot 2008 at the start of 2013 – before heading to Geneva 2013 for its public debut – and with that other French car maker, Renault, going a similar route with the Clio-based Captur, it’s clear the French see the future of compact cars moving away from hatchbacks to something more rugged. But unlike the Captur – which was a bit of a disappointing looking Clio on stilts – the Peugeot 2008 does look a more convincing offering, even if it’s a more generic-looking compact SUV than the Nissan Juke and would, for our money, be the pick over the Captur. Peugeot are targeting 8,000 sales a year in the UK for the 2008, and with prices starting at £12,995 and heading up to around £19,000 it seems, if anything, a quite modest target, especially as Peugeot reckons 65 per cent of 2008 customers will be new to the brand.

From Hooniverse: Lada Selecta

Tue, 28 Aug 2012

You may have seen posts from Autoweek show up on other websites in the past. Recently, we decided to partner up with a site that we actually read ourselves, Hooniverse. It's some of the best automotive content on the web, so keep an eye out for the that site's logo.