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Condition:New Brand:Yamaha Warranty:Yes Manufacturer Part Number:F1K-U2723-00 Country/Region of Manufacture:Japan

New In Package. Fits Yamaha Waverunner 2005 - 2009 vx1100. Part #F1K-U2723-00 May Fit Other Models

Subaru Impreza STI Cosworth (2010): first teaser photo

Thu, 11 Feb 2010 00:00:00 -0800

By Tim Pollard First Official Pictures 11 February 2010 15:40 Subaru has whet the appetite of hot hatch fans with this annoyingly restricted teaser shot of a new collaboration with Cosworth: the new Impreza STI wearing a Cossie badge.The company calls it 'a special one-off project', but the project appears to shun Prodrive who have fettled many of the go-faster official Subaru Imprezas of the past decade.Subaru Impreza STI Cosworth: what else do we know?Very little. Only a short marketing blurb was issued today, giving away no further facts. Here's what they told us:'Two of the biggest names in automotive performance have come together to work on a special one-off project, and the result promises to be truly staggering.  Subaru UK and Cosworth have enhanced the performance, handling and styling of the acclaimed Impreza STI, creating a car that will raise the bar for all-wheel-drive, high-performance motoring.

Taxi! Toyota's unveils black cab for 2013 Tokyo Motor Show

Tue, 05 Nov 2013 00:00:00 -0800

Toyota will unveil five new concepts at this month's 2013 Toyota Motor Show and - rather fittingly - it's the JPN Taxi Concept that will be first off the rank. And it's most certainly the concept that's captured our imagination. Toyota JPN Taxi Concept Looking every inch the next generation London 'black cab', the Toyota JPN Taxi Concept has been conceived with the Japanese government's programme for designing buses and taxis that are more user-friendly.

Changing course, Chrysler considers a small Ram pickup

Mon, 22 Mar 2010 00:00:00 -0700

Chrysler may develop a unibody small pickup positioned below the Dakota, whose production will end in 2011. "We're thinking of something that will separate itself from the full-sized truck more than what happens today, both in capability, price and size," said Joe Veltri, Chrysler Group vice president of product planning. "The Ram brand has room to expand into a compact-truck segment." Veltri, interviewed this month at the National Truck Equipment Association's Work Truck Show in St.