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Honda Vtx1300 Vtx1800 Sport Custom Rear Carrier Luggage Rack on

US $179.95

Hagerstown, Maryland, United States

Hagerstown, Maryland, United States
Condition:New Luggage & Saddlebag Part Type:Luggage Rack Part Brand:Honda Manufacturer Part Number:08L42-MCH-100A Part Type:Luggage & Saddlebags Placement on Vehicle:Rear Part By Region:Asian Surface Finish:Chrome Make:Honda Warranty:Yes Model:VTX1800

2014 BMW X5 M50d: Specs, photos and price ahead of November on sale

Sat, 31 Aug 2013 00:00:00 -0700

The 2014 BMW X5 M50d (pictured) goes on sale November 2013 The new BMW X5 goes on sale in November – after a public debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show next month – including the most powerful diesel X5, the 2014 BMW X5 M50d. Because the M50d is a bit special, BMW has seen fit to relay not just a pile of new photos of the M50d (above) but specific details on its spec and options ahead of the on sale date in Europe. Just as in the first X50d, the new X50d gets the world’s most powerful in-line 6-cylinder diesel engine under the bonnet, which means a thumping 376bhp and a planet turning 546lb/ft of torque, enough to sprint to 62mph in a very un-diesel like 5.3 seconds.

Chrysler 300C (2012) returns to the UK

Wed, 02 May 2012 00:00:00 -0700

Chrysler UK has announced pricing and specification for the new-to-you Chrysler 300C saloon. Right-hand drive markets have had to wait for the new 300C, which first launched in 2011 at the Detroit Motor Show; it's on sale in North America as a Chrysler, and currently available to Continental customers as a Lancia Thema... Stylewise, the new 300C echoes the squat, angular look of its predecessor.

Volkswagen, Dogs & Star Wars – a Super Bowl Ad

Sun, 22 Jan 2012 00:00:00 -0800

VW gets the dogs out for its Super Bowl Advert Volkswagen is planning a new Star Wars themed advert for the Super Bowl, this time with dogs singing the Star Wars theme. It may not be a big deal for us on this side of the Pond, but adverts in the Super Bowl are a very big deal for car makers in the US. Last year Volkswagen managed a viral hit with their ‘Little Vader’ take on Star Wars for the Super Bowl Ad, so they’re back this year with a variation on the same theme, with a choir of dogs barking out the Star Wars Theme.