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Standard Motor Products Cv184 Choke Thermostat (carbureted) on 2040-parts.com

US $18.24
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Carson, California, United States

Carson, California, United States
Condition:New Brand:Standard Motor Products Mfr Code:STA Manufacturer Part Number:CV184

Nissan 370Z Yellow – UK Limited Edition 370Z

Thu, 02 Jul 2009 00:00:00 -0700

The Limited Edition Nissan 370Z Yellow has been launched in the UK It must have taken a think-tank months to come up with the name. You can imagine the brief: We’ve got this tarted up 370Z with loud graphics and an even louder paint job we want to punt to UK 370Z buyers who’ve got the arse because we haven’t brought the Nismo to the UK. You need to come up with a name that encapsulates everything the car stands for.

Maserati Alfieri concept (2014) first official pictures

Tue, 04 Mar 2014 00:00:00 -0800

By Ollie Kew First Official Pictures 04 March 2014 09:00 This beauty is the Maserati Alfieri concept. It’s a 460bhp, V8-powered coupe that points to the styling of the next GranTurismo, and Maserati’s soon-to-swell range of sports cars.With Maserati in the midst of a massive expansion programme, we’re getting used to seeing Maserati SUV concepts and diesel saloon cars at motor shows. Refreshing to see Maser take on the Porsche 911 again, isn’t it?

London Congestion Charge: Buy 76-100g/km car NOW to get 3 years free of charge

Mon, 29 Apr 2013 00:00:00 -0700

Whether you think the London Congestion Charging Zone is a great way to clean up the air quality of the capital or just another way to tax motorists, you’re going to struggle even more to avoid it after the emission exemption levels are changed on 1st July so only cars emitting 75g/km CO2 or less will be exempt from the charge, Boris says the new lower level is necessary because car makers have worked their socks off to produce small diesel cars with the ability to hit the magic sub 100g/km emissions level in recent years, and that means London is suffering from air pollution as a result. The only answer, apparently, is to drop the limit to 75g/km or less to make those ‘dirty’ diesels pay their way. By reducing the limit to 75g/km you are effectively only allowing EVs and Plug-ins an exemption from congestion charging, thereby moving their emissions off to wherever the electricity they use is produced.