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C $20.00
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Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Condition:Used

This is the rotating model its amber thanks works great

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Crash test verdict on Corsa and S-Max

Fri, 25 Aug 2006 00:00:00 -0700

By Phil McNamara Motor Industry 25 August 2006 00:01 The new Vauxhall Corsa – set to be one of Britain's best-selling cars – has scored a maximum five stars for occupant safety, in the Euro NCAP crash tests. Ford's new S-Max also got full marks. But their pedestrian protection scores proved far less impressive, when the results of the latest tests were announced today (Friday 25).

MINI Countryman to be built in India

Wed, 17 Apr 2013 00:00:00 -0700

MINI sells worldwide – even in the US – and, despite claims it was a step too far for the brand, the MINI Countryman has been a big hit for MINI, offering as it does most of MINI’s charm but in a bigger, more family friendly package and with the option of All4 4WD for a degree of off-road ability (well, certainly the ability to treat boot sale car parks with disdain). Now, for the first time, BMW is to build the MINI outside Europe with a new MINi assembly facility coming on stream in Chennai, India, where BMW already makes 3 and 5 Series models as well as the X1 and X3. The plan is part of BMW’s plan of ‘Production follows the market’ where BMW aim to make their cars where they’re sold, so with the MINI brand showing strong growth in India since its launch it makes sense to build them there.

Chrysler 200C EV unveiled at Detroit auto show 2009

Mon, 12 Jan 2009 00:00:00 -0800

By James Foxall Motor Shows 12 January 2009 13:07 With the years of elaborate stage sets and money-burning stunts such as driving cars through plate glass windows consigned firmly to the history books, Chrysler’s 2009 Detroit Motor Show stand was a sober place to be. While Ford and General Motors executives chose largely to ignore the financial crisis and government bail outs by pretending they hadn’t happened, Chrysler president Jim Press started his presentation by cracking jokes about it. He then outlined how the company – in an aggressive restructuring programme before the credit crisis – was responding.