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US $200.00
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BATAVIA, New York, United States

BATAVIA, New York, United States
REAR WINDOW, US $200.00, image 1

USED REAR WINDOW GLASS OF 1973 BUICK RIVIERA "BOATTAIL"

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New Range Rover Hybrid targeted at Europe: Frankfurt 2013

Wed, 11 Sep 2013 00:00:00 -0700

The new Range Rover Hybrid (pictured) has diesel power to target Europe It’s not the biggest news at Frankfurt, but the arrival of the Range Rover Hybrid and Range Rover Sport Hybrid is big news for Land Rover, and for buyers running cars who are subject to taxation on benefits. Surprisingly, Land Rover has gone the diesel route with the hybrid, coupling the 3.0 litre diesel engine to a 46bhp electric motor which, when working together, offers the same sort of performance as the V8 diesel engine but with much better economy and emissions – 44mpg and 169g/km. Logic would perhaps have dictated that the new hybrid should have a petrol engine, rather than a diesel, as the biggest hybrid markets in the world – the US and China – have no real appetite for diesel engines.

Craigslist Catch: 1973 Porsche 914

Mon, 18 Apr 2011 00:00:00 -0700

Yeah, we're stirring the pot a little today. But one of our goals here at autoweek.com is to get our readers talking, and what's more likely to do that than the Porsche 914? No matter your opinion of the 912's successor, this Vancouver-based example appears to have most of the bugs worked out--with the exception of the engine, which is still all Bug.

Renault Twingo and Clio Grand Tour

Thu, 08 Mar 2007 00:00:00 -0800

By Ben Whitworth Motor Shows 08 March 2007 10:12 French but sans le funky look A busy show stand for Renault – as well as unveiling its new Twingo city car, the French manufacturer pulled the wraps off a thinly disguised version of its upcoming Clio estate to take on its Fabia and Peugeot 207 wagon rivals. After the funked up coolness of the Twingo concept car shown at the Paris Motor Show last year, we are more than a little underwhelmed by the production Twingo. Renault is keen to move away from the utilitarian look and feel of the original model – it will leave cheap and cheerful sales to the Clio Campus – and pitch the new model at sharper-suited rivals like the Mini.