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US $59.99
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Orange City, Florida, United States

Orange City, Florida, United States
Condition:Used Conditions & Options:POWER LIFT GATE MODULE CPICS PartNumber:591 Genuine OEM:Yes Mileage:21000 Interchange Part Number:591.FD8E14 Model:EXPEDITON Inventory ID:296198 Year:2014 Designation:Used GTIN:Does not apply Stock #:161233

Peugeot 208 GTI (2012) first official pictures

Mon, 03 Sep 2012

You might well be fed up with Peugeot's recent hot hatch efforts being compared in vain to the iconic 205 GTI, but Peugeot is so confident they've got it right at last with the 208, they're likening it to the iconic Eighties pocket rocket. Kicking out 197bhp, the 208 GTI is also usefully lighter than its 207 predecessor, helping acceleration and efficiency stats... Alright then, give me the numbers on the 2012 Peugeot 208 GTI For the first time in quite a while, it's the weight (or lack thereof) that's the headline number on a new hot hatch, rather than a big power figure.

Chrysler vows to rebuild SRT

Mon, 27 Jun 2011

Ralph Gilles promises that Chrysler Group will be "very choosy" about the cars and trucks that get the SRT performance badge. Gilles, recently named head of SRT, is charged with rebuilding the SRT unit, which languished when Chrysler was owned by Cerberus Capital Management. Three new SRT vehicles, versions of the Dodge Charger and Chrysler 300 sedans and the Jeep Grand Cherokee, will arrive in dealerships this fall, joining the Challenger SRT8.

Obama vows to help rebuild industry to compete, win

Wed, 25 Feb 2009

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