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Saddlebag Lid Led Spoiler Kit For Harley Touring Electra Street Road Glide 93-13 on 2040-parts.com

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ZJ, China
New , can be deliveried before christmas
Brand:For Motorcycle Material:ABS plastic Manufacturer Part Number:Smile-sell Luggage & Saddlebag Part Type:Can be installed on models equipped with Saddlebag Type:For Motorcycle Harley Davidson Touring 1993-2013 UPC:740812291288 Fit:For Motorcycle Harley

New Kia Carens gets new range-topper – the Carens 3 Sat Nav

Tue, 01 Oct 2013 00:00:00 -0700

New Kia Carens gets new range-topper – the Carens 3 Sat Nav But it seems Kia’s customers are shouting out for something that offers more standard equipment than the regular, not very inventive, trim levels of 1, 2 and 3, so Kia has decided to add a fourth option – the Kia Carens 3 Sat Nav to the range. The Carens 3 already comes with a decent enough spec – including panoramic roof, 17″ alloys, leather, heated seats, second row sun blinds and colour reversing camera – but the 3 Sat Nav adds a 7″ touchscreen SatNav and new audio system with 8-channel amp and sub woofer offering a better sound experience for all occupants. The Carens 3 Sat Nav is only available with Kia’s 134bhp 1.7 litre CRDI with 6-speed manual ‘box and costs from £24,845.

Mercedes CLS Shooting Brake by Brabus (2012)

Tue, 09 Oct 2012 00:00:00 -0700

Mercedes tuning specialist Brabus has unveiled a raft of packages for the new CLS Shooting Brake. A range of tune-ups, body addenda, alloy wheel designs and sports exhaust packages are to be offered, but the real headline act is the 611bhp option for the flagship CLS63 AMG variant. It's not just a mad-cap power struggle though; Brabus offers a three-year/62,000-mile warranty on all its power upgrades, so bear that in mind if the other half isn't convinced your new family estate needs McLaren 12C-chasing poke.

British restorer upgrades the Jaguar E-type with modern materials

Wed, 18 May 2011 00:00:00 -0700

Here's an item that caught our attention in light of the 50th anniversary of the Jaguar E-type. British company Eagle makes a business of selling and restoring E-types. Its latest project takes the classic sports car and upgrades it with some modern technology.