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Payson, Utah, United States

Payson, Utah, United States
Condition:New Brand:Carlisle UPC:0033259261403 Item:ATV Tire Manufacturer Part Number:5893A9

2015 Ford S-Max revealed – debuts at 2014 Paris Motor Show

Mon, 15 Sep 2014 00:00:00 -0700

The new Ford S-Max debuts at Paris and goes on sale next summer The Ford S-Max Concept arrived at the Frankfurt Motor Show last year as Ford worked hard to prove they really did have new cars on the way, despite the huge delay in delivering the new Ford Mondeo to Europe – with which the new S-Max shares its underpinnings – and now we get the real deal – the 2015 Ford S-Max. Looking very like the S-Max Concept, the new S-Max is the same size as the outgoing model but gets an evolutionary redesign complete with Ford’s ‘Aston Martin’ grill and some funky headlights, with the A-Pillars further back, higher beltline, bigger shoulders at the back and a set of slim tail lights at the back separated by a chrome strip. It all conspires to make the new S-Max sportier and more appealing.

New cars will now NOT get any bigger!

Sun, 17 Nov 2013 00:00:00 -0800

A Vauxhall executive has made a bold statement – from now on, cars are not going to get any bigger. General vehicle dimensions across each sector of car are roughly now set to be fixed. “You can put a pin in a chart now,” explained the firm’s marketing director Stuart Harris.

Nissan debuts Sport Sedan Concept at Detroit auto show

Mon, 13 Jan 2014 00:00:00 -0800

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