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Kandi Atv 110cc Choke Level Carburetor For Mdlga013-2 on 2040-parts.com

US $35.00
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Rowland Heights, California, United States

Rowland Heights, California, United States
Condition:New Brand:Kandi Type:ATV Country/Region of Manufacture:Japan Compatible Make:Kandi Model:MDLGA013-2 Manufacturer Part Number:MDLGA013-2 MPN:Does Not Apply Compatible Model:MDLGA013-2 UPC:Does not apply

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  • About Kandi USA, Inc.
  • Kandi USA, Inc., a California corporation with a large office and warehouse in the Los Angeles area, is a factory powersports distributor for the dealer network throughout North America, Central America, the Caribbean region and South America. Constantly maintaining a large collection of parts, Kandi USA's professional parts and service team is able to provide expert and timely services to customers. Kandi USA is the "New and Improved" Chinese powersports distributor who can not only compete in prices as a factory distributor (first-tier in the distribution channel), but also and more importantly, can compete in product qualities and post-sale services by the industry standards.
  • About Manufacturer
  • Established in the 80's, Zhejiang Kangdi Vehicles Co., Ltd., wholly owned by Kandi Technologies, Corp. (NASDAQ:KNDI), engages in the design, development, manufacture, and commercialization of neighborhood electric vehicles, all-terrain vehicles, go-karts, golf carts, motorcycles, and motor scooters. The company exports more than 80% of products to the United States and Europe. Zhejiang Kangdi Vehicles Co., Ltd. is located in the most advanced costal region in China (2 hours from Shanghai by high-speed train), and currently has modern manufacturing facilities including a National All-Terrain Vehicle testing facility on a brand new 200-acre campus.

Saab unable to pay wages as financing crisis deepens

Fri, 24 Jun 2011 00:00:00 -0700

Saab's money troubles have worsened to the point that the struggling car maker is unable to pay its employees' wages on the eve of the Swedish mid-summer vacation period.In a brief official statement last night, Saab's parent company Swedish Automobile N.V (formerly Spyker Cars) announced that it was 'will be unable to pay the wages to employees as it has not yet obtained the necessary short-term funding.'  While Swedish Automobile and Saab continue to pursue options for securing short-term financing to solve the cashflow crisis, the company admitted 'there can however be no assurance that these discussions will be successful or that the necessary funding will be obtained.' Saab share prices tumble, Swedish government will not intervene Reaction to the worsening financial crisis from stakeholders has been predictably bleak. Swedish Automobile's shares dropped 61% in value yesterday, and are currently trading at 0.948 euro. The Swedish government, already guaranteeing a €400m loan to Saab by the European Investment Bank, shows no inclination to bail-out Saab, which employs 3800 staff.

Mini Moke makes its comeback

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Moke International It wouldn't be entirely fair to put the Mini Moke into the 'so bad it's good' category, but the fact remains, the Moke wasn't that great. And yet, despite its tepid performance, questionable off-road ability and tendency to rust, it was a runaway success. And let's face it, the Mini Moke remains one of the coolest cars ever created.

Infiniti Emerg-E was a Lotus Evora 414E under the skin

Sat, 28 Apr 2012 00:00:00 -0700

Infiniti Emerg-E - it's a Lotus Evora under the skin The Infiniti Emerg-E from the Geneva Motor Show was actually a Lotus Evora 414E under the skin making production more likely. One of the stars of the Geneva Motor Show in March was the stunningly good looking Infiniti Emerg-E, a range-extender sports car from Nissan’s posh arm offering 402bhp from a pair of electric motors and a range-extending 1.2 litre 3-cylinder engine. We knew at Geneva that the 3-cylinder range-extender engine came from Lotus – no surprise as they’ve also supplied the same engine to Jaguar for testing in the XJ Limo Green Hybrid – but what we didn’t know (although we should have worked it out) was that under the skin the Infiniti Emerg-E was actually a Lotus Evora.