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Engine Oil Filler Cap Fits 2004-2013 Volkswagen Gti,passat Phaeton,touareg Eos on

US $17.26

Azusa, California, United States

Azusa, California, United States
Condition:New Quantity Sold:sold individually Link to Manufacturer SKU:CRP:CPL0019P Application Type:Application Specific Brand:CRP Keep From Freezing:No Manufacturer Part Number:CPL0019P Is the Installation Hardware Included:No Flight Restricted:No UPC:00843266054925 Country of Origin (Primary):AT Color:Black Life Cycle Status Description:Available to Order Quantity Needed:1; Pallet Layer Maximum:0

Volvo Concept Estate previews upcoming V90 wagon

Tue, 25 Mar 2014

We flipped over the Volvo Concept Coupe at Frankfurt. We praised the XC Concept Coupe at Detroit. But the Volvo Concept Estate is the member of Volvo's recent show trio that finally reduced us to a large petri dish's worth of gibberish-spouting goo.

Mitsubishi ASX compact SUV (2010) first pictures

Tue, 19 Jan 2010

By Tim Pollard First Official Pictures 19 January 2010 08:18 Mitsubishi Motors Corporation will show its new ASX compact crossover at the 2010 Geneva motor show on 2 March.It's the new Euro version of the Japanese-market RVR, landing in showrooms in the east from February 2010. It's a five-seater and will arrive in Europe in late spring 2010.Another Mitsubishi SUV!Yes, they have a burgeoning range, if you're being polite. A wide and confusing one if you're feeling critical.

Porsche Boxster & Cayman to get 4-Cylinder Turbo: Official

Fri, 21 Mar 2014

The next Porsche Cayman (new Cayman GTS pictured) will get a 4-Cylinder turbo We already know that the new Porsche Macan will be getting 4-Cylinder VW engines later this year as Porsche looks for a lower entry-level point for the Macan, but it’s not just the Macan going the 4-Cylinder route. (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({});Porsche boss,¬†Matthias Mueller, has confirmed to Germany’s Auto Motor und Sport Magazine that Porsche are preparing new 4-cylinder turbo engines for the Cayman and Boxster – but not engines from VW. Instead, Porsche will be lopping two cylinders off the Boxer engine to create a new 4-Cylinder Boxer engine with power outputs up to 395bhp.