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Mass Air Flow Sensor Meter Maf Fits Mercedes C230 Clk230 Slk 2000-2004 5wk9613 on


Guangdong, China

Guangdong, China
Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:5WK9613, 5WK9613Z Quantity:1 pcs Other Part Number:8ET009142331, 8ET009142-33 Warranty:Yes Interchange Part Number:1110940148 / 111 094 1048 Placement on Vehicle:Front Brand:Besta Fits:2001-2004 Mercedes-Benz Country/Region of Manufacture:HongKong

Baby Range Rover confirmed in Land Rover shake-up

Thu, 24 Sep 2009 00:00:00 -0700

By Phil McNamara Motor Industry 24 September 2009 11:08 The shake up at Jaguar/Land Rover continues, with a consolidation of the brands’ Midlands manufacturing facilities announced alongside plans for more vehicles. The headline news is that Land Rover’s Solihull factory and Jaguar’s Castle Bromwich plant will be amalgamated over the next 10 years. JLR promises there will be no compulsory redundancies, and the industrial logic is compelling: consolidating production of the Range Rover/Discovery and XJ/XK/XF lines will bring around 200,000 vehicles together under one roof – still 100,000 fewer cars than Mini builds a year down in Oxford. The move will reduce JLR’s fixed costs, provide room to grow and give greater flexibility to meet the natural ebb and flow of demand. JLR has also confirmed production of the LRX, the baby Range Rover.

Peugeot reveals 308 GT warm hatch

Tue, 09 Sep 2014 00:00:00 -0700

Peugeot had revealed a new GT version of the 308, offering a step-up in performance while buyers await the hotly-anticipated new GTi version. The 308 GT range is offered in both hatchback and SW estate models, with a choice of petrol and diesel versions. The firm has lowered the suspension, enhanced the styling and even introduced a new colour called Magnetic Blue.

Tyre labelling not telling full story

Fri, 27 Jun 2014 00:00:00 -0700

THE NEW TYRE LABELLING scheme to tell drivers how environmentally efficient a tyre performs is not giving the full picture, according to Emissions Analytics. Tests show that at certain speeds, tyres with a lower efficiency rating can perform as well as those with a higher rating. This means drivers could be paying more for higher rated tyres when they would be as well off with a more affordable tyre.