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Yamaha 704 Remote Control/single on 2040-parts.com

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Hastings, ON, Canada

Hastings, ON, Canada
Condition:New Brand:YAMAHA Country/Region of Manufacture:Japan Manufacturer Part Number:704-48205-P1-00

BRAND NEW IN A SEALED BOX 

YAMAHA 704 SINGLE ENGINE TOP MOUNT BINNACLE.

PART NUMBER 704-48205-P1-00

Mercedes S 500 Plug-In Hybrid price & specs – costs from £87,965

Tue, 09 Sep 2014 00:00:00 -0700

The Mercedes S500 Plug-in Hybrid arrives in the UK It’s more than a year since the Mercedes S500 Plug-in Hybrid was revealed, and now it’s finally going on sale in the UK and, if your pockets are deep enough, it offers a perfect ‘cake and eat it’ car. Under the skin there’s a 3.0 litre V6 biturbo delivering 329bhp and an electric motor adding a further 116bhp which together give the S500 Plug-in the ability to blat to 62mph in just 5.2 seconds but return official economy of 100.9 mpg and emissions of a measly 65g/km. That combination means that you won’t have to pay Boris to drive through London, and your BIK rate will be a very modest 5 per cent, making the S500 plug-in Hybrid a perfect choice for every board member in the country currently paying 35 per cent on their petrol S500, BMW 7 Series or Audi A8.

Ram heavy-duty pickup gets higher towing rating

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Ford and IDSA to host 'Designing Innovation' live design panel discussion tomorrow

Tue, 06 May 2014 00:00:00 -0700

Freeman Thomas, strategic design director at Ford, will take part in a live design panel discussion on Wednesday 7 May. The panel, hosted by Ford and the Industrial Designers Society of America, will also include CEO of industrial design firm Fuseproject Yves Béhar, and Christopher Williams, business development director at product design and company Lime Lab. Topics will how technology plays a role in design; how designers shape consumer behaviors and responses to innovative products; and how products both stand out from and fit in with the world around them.