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Oem Wheel Cover 2009-2013 Ford Escape/flex/edge, Mercury Mariner, Lincoln Mkx on 2040-parts.com

US $26.03
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Cranston, Rhode Island, United States

Cranston, Rhode Island, United States
Condition:New Brand:Ford Genuine OEM:Yes Manufacturer Part Number:9L8Z1130A Part Brand:Ford

Honda Civic concept

Thu, 13 Jan 2011

Detroit saw Honda debut two variants of its next generation Civic. Set to make their debuts in the North American market in the spring, the cars sport tighter, more aggressive styling with 'clean-yet-powerful' lines, according to the Japanese automaker. Taking inspiration from its sibling, the Accord Coupe, the Civic Coupe will retain the familiar silhouette of the outgoing model, with a refreshed bumper treatment and more aggressive character lines around the car.

McLaren plans three models, including £60k sports car

Tue, 28 Oct 2008

By Tim Pollard Motor Industry 28 October 2008 14:36 McLaren Automotive is readying a family of sports cars to sell alongside its hardcore P11 supercar – including a bargain-basement, £60,000 sports car.  We’re following developments at McLaren’s Woking HQ with interest and – weeks after we published world-exclusive pictures of the P11 styling buck (above) – today we can reveal that McLaren is readying three separate model ranges. McLaren Automotive, the car-building arm of the McLaren Group, is plotting a three-tier range of sports cars, CAR understands. Under the McLaren Development Plan, Ron Dennis and the other directors plan to expand the manufacturing base dramatically.

Aston Martin Rapide – Official Valencia video

Sat, 20 Feb 2010

We have official video of the Aston Martin Rapide from Valencia (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({}); Back at the start of February Aston Martin flew the world’s media to Valencia to party with the new Aston Martin Rapide. Even though Cars UK didn’t get an invite we decided to shove up a review of the Rapide covering what we knew from all the bumph Aston Martin had sent us and the opinions we’d formed from seeing the car. It wasn’t sour grapes – although it would have been nice to be asked – but looking at the reviews written by those who went on the ‘Jolly’ we were pretty much on the money.