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Engine Oil Filler Cap Fits 1990-2011 Bmw 525i X5 325i Crp/rein on

US $14.47

Phoenix, Arizona, United States

Phoenix, Arizona, United States
Condition:New Quantity Sold:sold individually Application Type:Application Specific SKU:C8:CPL0022 Life Cycle Status Description:Available to Order Brand:CRP Maximum Cases per Pallet Layer:2 Manufacturer Part Number:CPL0022 Pallet Layer Maximum:0 Life Cycle Status Code:2 UPC:00843266070604 MSDS Required Flag:N Quantity Needed:1; Country of Origin (Primary):DE Link to Manufacturer AAIA Part Type Description:Engine Oil Filler Cap

Maybach Zeppelin comes over the horizon

Thu, 12 Feb 2009 00:00:00 -0800

The Maybach Zeppelin - an even bigger waste of money than the standard Maybach Maybach has not exactly been an unmitigated success for Mercedes. Conceived as a competitor for Rolls Royce, it does seem to have carved itself a niche, but probably not the one that Mercedes wanted. Perceived by most as a tarted-up S Class, and bought by the wealthy of the Playstation generation, rather than the Captains of Industry that Mercedes envisioned, the Maybach must be a loss-maker for Mercedes.

Nissan LEAF reversing record on video

Tue, 03 Jul 2012 00:00:00 -0700

The Nissan LEAF EV broke the record for the fastest reversing over a mile at this weekend’s Goodwood Festival of Speed and we have it on video. Last week we reported that as part of its ‘Big Turn On ‘ campaign to get the world ‘switched on’ to electric cars Nissan were going to have a crack at the world record for going backwards for a mile in a car at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. Which they did.

Tesla Model X Crossover reveal and Roadster dropped by year end

Sun, 29 May 2011 00:00:00 -0700

Tesla Roadster Production ends in December We revealed back in November that Tesla intends using the Model S platform to produce a Crossover come SUV to appeal to a more mainstream market than their current ‘Lotus with batteries’ Tesla Roadster. Having officially sown that seed, Tesla has now revealed that the Tesla Model X will be revealed – in prototype form, of course – by the end of 2011. At pretty much the same time as production of the Tesla Roadster comes to an end.