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Sunnen, Goodson Al-12 Bushing Expander For New Bushings In Rods on

US $75.00

Cape Girardeau, Missouri, US

Cape Girardeau, Missouri, US
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BMW 2 Series Active Tourer gets (slightly inappropriate) M Sport Package

Fri, 28 Mar 2014 00:00:00 -0700

The BMW 2 Series active Tourer moves to the butch side with an M Sport Package Purists moan, but the BMW 2 Series Active Tourer MPV is a sensible move by BMW and aimed at BMW lovers who need a BMW equivalent to the Mercedes B Class; a premium family car for shifting kids and stuff around. Using the same platform as the all new MINI, the 2 Series Active Tourer is BMW’s first front wheel drive car, although a 225i Active Tourer will go on sale in November complete with BMW’s 4WD xDrive. But the 2 Series Active Tourer wouldn’t be a BMW offering unless it also came with the option of an M Sport Pack, which is exactly what will be on offer – however unsuited the Active Tourer may seem for such sporty embellishments – when the xDrive Active Tourer arrives in November (although the M Sport Pack will be offered across the whole Active Tourer range).

New Mazda3 Hatchback & Fastback priced from £16,695

Thu, 12 Sep 2013 00:00:00 -0700

The New Mazda3 (pictured at Frankfurt) costs from £16,695 Mazda revealed the new Mazda3 back in June, but didn’t manage to come up with prices for the UK. But now, with the Mazda 3 going on sale and due to arrive in the UK in January, Mazda has decided what it’s going to charge. The starting point for the new Mazda3 will be £16,695 for the 1.5 litre SKYACTIV-G petrol 100ps SE hatchback rising to £23,345 for the diesel 2.2-litre 150ps Sport Nav Auto hatchback.

Mercedes-Benz rolls out new Unimog

Wed, 13 Nov 2013 00:00:00 -0800

Mercedes-Benz has just presented a new generation of Unimogs to the public at the Agritechnica 2013 expo in Hanover, Germany. We're guessing that an event called Agritechnica doesn't need a translation, and neither does the Unimog, though perhaps not too many people on this side of the Atlantic know that its name is derived from Universal Motor Ger