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Motion Pro Foot Brake Cable Fits Kawasaki Prairie 400 4x4 Kvf 400c 1999-2002 on 2040-parts.com

US $27.05
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Grand Rapids, Michigan, US

Grand Rapids, Michigan, US
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Wraps Come Off Seat’s New Lifestyle Wagon

Tue, 26 Aug 2014 00:00:00 -0700

SPANISH car maker Seat has confirmed pricing and specification the latest edition to its popular Leon line-up. Called X-Perience, the new lifestyle estate with permanent four-wheel-drive and chunky off-roader looks will start from £24,385 when it hits the showroom this December. With four-wheel-drive and extra ground clearance, Leon X-Perience is said to be capable in all road situations and poor weather conditions.

Tata Nano (2008): first official pictures

Thu, 10 Jan 2008 00:00:00 -0800

By John Sootheran First Official Pictures 10 January 2008 09:33 Shove over a bit Henry Ford, Ferry Porsche and Alec Issigonis, because as of this morning there's a new entrant for the People's Car Hall of Fame. The first day of the Indian Auto Expo 2008 in Delhi, saw Ratan N Tata (yes, the fella who's leading the bid for Jaguar and Land Rover) reveal his much vaunted 'one lakh' car (that's 100,000 rupees or a measly £1300). Despite being the Chairman and CEO of one of the world's biggest corporations, Ratan Tata admits to being a nervous presenter, so much so, that the initial information was presented by his hologram! When he did appear, it was behind the wheel of one of three 'one lakh' cars being driven onto the stage. The 3000-strong audience of press and VIPs went beserk amid scenes of euphoria last witnessed at the Clinton comeback in New Hampshire.

Porsche Cayman R (2010) first official pictures

Wed, 17 Nov 2010 00:00:00 -0800

This is the new 2010 Porsche Cayman R, the lightest and most powerful version yet of Stuttgart’s mid-engined sports car, and the closest it’s ever been allowed to get to the hallowed 911. Over and above the Cayman S, the Cayman R has a mere 10bhp more, taking the total to 325bhp – the torque figure is unchanged at 272lb ft. Much more impressive (and important) are the weight reductions: the Cayman R is 55kg lighter than the Cayman S.