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Greenville, Ohio, United States

Greenville, Ohio, United States
Condition:New Brand:KICKER Channels:5 Model:KX800.5 RMS Power:800W Manufacturer Part Number:40KXM8005 MPN:40KXM8005

Brand new, unopened box. I bought the wrong equipment, my loss is your gain. Priced to sell

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Pumped up Chevy previews new Lacetti

Thu, 07 Sep 2006

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Museum gives driving lessons in a Ford Model T

Mon, 30 Dec 2013

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Nissan’s new lightweight philosophy revealed

Wed, 28 Oct 2009

The leaked official drawings of the new Nissan Micra might have revealed the conventional styling of the company’s new supermini, but they gave little clue to the dramatically lightweight new platform that underpins it. The new Micra will be significantly lighter and more fuel efficient than the outgoing car due to a ruthless pursuit of weight reduction on the new V-platform (V = versatile), which on average has slashed 50kg from the new car's weight, and up to 70kg on some models. Project leader Noritaka Tsuru described the new package as a 'breakthrough car' that required a complete 'change in mentality' in how Nissan makes cars.