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Cv Axle Shaft-constant Velocity Drive Axle Front Right Fits 07-11 Kia Rondo on 2040-parts.com

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CARDONE is the only remanufacturer in the world with long-standing expertise in mechanical, hydraulic and electronic parts repair.
Core Charge:$ 22.5 Which is included in the total price Quantity Needed:1; Quantity Sold:sold individually New or Remanufactured:Remanufactured SKU:A1:60-3530 Product Condition:Remanufactured Brand:Cardone Industries Nut Thread Size:M22 x .1.5 Manufacturer Part Number:60-3530 Length Measurement Method:Compressed Compressed Length:37 5/8"" UPC:00082617935203 Interchange Part Number:80-7542 Position:Front Right Overall Length:37 5/8""

Mazda Hazumi Geneva concept car hints at next 2 supermini

Sun, 23 Feb 2014

Mazda Mazda has issued this solitary teaser image of the new Hazumi concept car, which will be unveiled fully at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. The Mazda Hazumi will give plenty of clues about the next generation Mazda 2 supermini, bound for showrooms in 2015. It's plain to see from this shadowy teaser photo that the next Mazda 2 will gain plenty of design inspiration from the latest family look as seen on the Mazda 3 rival for VW's Golf.

BMW i3 EV WILL get BMW motorcycle engine as range extender

Tue, 22 Jan 2013

BMW’s head of R&D, Herbert Diess, has confirmed the BMW i3 EV will come with the option of a range extender engine. BMW’s head of R&D, Herbert Diess, has confirmed to Automotive News that when the i3 arrives in BMW showrooms at the end of 2013 it will be offered with a range extending engine as well as a pure EV. The range extender engine will be housed in the boot and is derived from a BMW motorcycle engine, and will turn the i3 from a small EV, useful only in confined city environs with a range of around 40 miles, in to a small runaround that has a range of 250 miles.

Kia Soul EV revealed at the Chicago Motor Show

Thu, 06 Feb 2014

The new Kia Soul EV (pictured) has been revealed in Chicago The Kia Soul EV is Kia’s first effort at a proper mass production EV, and if you’re looking for an electric car it does look promising. (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({});Due to go on sale later in 2014 in the US – initially in California, New York and Oregan because of their charging infrastructure – and, Kia promised, the UK and Europe later in 2014 or early 2015, the Soul EV offers a real world driving range of 80-100 miles from a recharge taking half an hour for 80 per cent on a rapid 50kW charger or up to 5 hours for a full recharge from a UK 240 volt supply. The range is helped by Kia’s third-generation regenerative braking system which manages to capture 12 per cent of the car’s kinetic energy, feeding it back in to the battery as electricity during braking and coasting, with four different regeneration modes.