Volkswagen Tiguan Automatic Transmission; Awd (4motion), Code Jvz 09 10 on 2040-parts.com
Seattle, Washington, United States
Condition and Options:AT; AWD (4Motion), transmission code JVZ
VOLKSWAGEN TIGUAN [TRANSMISSION] AT; AWD (4Motion), transmission code JVZ 09 10
Odometer: 1000 Miles
StockNumber: 00015070Part Details:
Comments: 60k miles Automatic Transmission JVZ
AT; AWD (4Motion), transmission code JVZ
also fits the following models:TIGUAN 2009 - 2010 AT; AWD (4Motion), transmission code JVZ
TIGUAN 2011 - 2011 AT; AWD (4Motion), (transmission code JVZ)
TIGUAN 2012 - 2016 AT; AWD (4Motion), transmission code JVZ
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Fri, 22 Jul 2011 00:00:00 -0700
Mercedes-Benz inaugurated its global Advanced Design Center in Beijing, China, yesterday, Thursday July 21. The Beijing design center, Daimler's fifth advanced design studio worldwide, further reinforces the growing importance of the Chinese auto market and Beijing in particular; the city is increasingly influencing changing needs and trends. The new 1,000 square meter Advanced Design Studio employs a total of around 20 designers who will contribute to the future design of Mercedes-Benz automobiles, competing and working with the company's other studios in Germany, Italy, Japan and the USA.
Fri, 08 Jun 2012 00:00:00 -0700
London's 2012 Motorexpo show has showcased the work of the winners in its competition to design an electric vehicle of the future. The brief, to create a circa 2032 zero-emmission city car capable of transporting four adults and luggage, was won by Michael Vlcek, a first-year student at London's Royal College of Arts' (RCA) Vehicle Design department. Vehicles of the future
Vlcek's proposal displayed a car with electric motors mounted in the wheel housings to maximise interior space, and a front-hinged opening to allow access via the rear of the car, where Vlcek positioned the rear lights on vertical vanes to improve aerodynamic stability.
Mon, 28 Jun 2010 00:00:00 -0700
Audi has put on ice the option of manufacturing in the United States because of the euro's recent slide against the dollar. The decision against U.S. production means Audi, unlike sister division Volkswagen, isn't ready to design a car primarily for the United States.