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Jaguar 95-97 Xj6/xjr/xj12 Memory Seat Control Module Lna2165ad on

US $90.00

Fayetteville, North Carolina, United States

Fayetteville, North Carolina, United States
Condition:Used Country/Region of Manufacture:United Kingdom

I have for sale a Memory Seat Module for the 95-97 Jaguar XJ. The module is in good condition. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask.

New Suzuki Swift (2011) revealed

Thu, 10 Jun 2010 00:00:00 -0700

The 2011 Suzuki Swift revealed After a few leaked and spy pictures cropped up, Suzuki has decided to do the sensible thing and stick out some detail and an official picture to feed interest in the new Suzuki Swift, which is due to go on sale in the Autumn. The new Swift is bigger than the current car – 90mm longer and an extra 50mm in the wheelbase – but despite that it’s both lighter and stiffer which means more room, more performance and better dynamics. When the new Swift launches the existing 1.3 litre lump will be replaced by a new 1.2 litre Dual VVT producing 92bhp and 87lb’ft of torque.

AutoWeek Fantasy Camp 2011: Pushing the limits in the best sports coupes under $50k

Sat, 14 May 2011 00:00:00 -0700

What did you spend your Saturday doing? If you were signed up for AutoWeek Fantasy Camp, you'd have climbed into the ten best sports coupes under $50,000 for a day of blasting around the Ford Dearborn Development Center. Participants started with a morning briefing covering safety regulations and track guidelines; after that, they cut loose on the track for 9/10ths driving with pros riding shotgun, full vehicle evaluations, plus conversations with Chip Foose and the folks from Meguiars and ZF.

Ford Verve Sedan, F150 (2008): first official pictures

Sun, 13 Jan 2008 00:00:00 -0800

By Liz Turner Motor Shows 13 January 2008 18:48 The Mustang Bullitt GT is the cherry on top, not of a cake, but a pile of bread-and-butter products at Detroit that could save Ford. The Blue Oval has unveiled an all-new mighty F150, a four-door US version of the Fiesta-sized Verve concept seen at Frankfurt and a range of turbocharged direct-injection petrol engines, dubbed EcoBoost. Derrick Kuzak, group VP for global product development, told CAR Online that to truly reduce emissions you need a mass-production solution people can afford, and EcoBoost doesn’t need all the expensive and complex after-treatments for NOx and particulates needed by diesel to meet US regulations.