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08-12 Accord Sedan Jdm Lightweight Abs Plastic Rear Trunk Tail Lid Spoiler Lip on 2040-parts.com

US $38.65
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Walnut, California, US

Walnut, California, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Refund will be given as:Money Back Item must be returned within:30 Days Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Placement on Vehicle:Rear Warranty:Yes Surface Finish:Carbon Fiber Part Number:2-SP-HDAC0840-BK Interchangeable Parts:EX EX-L LX LX-P SE

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Toyota shelves A-BAT pickup concept

Mon, 20 Apr 2009

Toyota won't build the small, ultramodern A-BAT hybrid pickup concept that was a head-turner at the 2008 Detroit auto show and looked like a good bet for production. "We have a lot of top priorities, and A-BAT is not one of them right now," Bob Carter, Toyota Division's general manager, told the Web site PickupTrucks.com. "It's on the shelf." A Toyota official confirmed Carter's comments.

Lotus NOT for sale as Proton sold to DRB-Hicom

Mon, 16 Jan 2012

Lotus NOT for sale - at least not for two years Despite rumours that Lotus was for sale, the sale of Lotus parent Proton to DRB-Hicom appears to preclude any sale of Lotus for two years. We reported recently that Lotus owners Proton had been advised to sell its loss-making Hethel car-maker Lotus as it geared up to be divested of State ownership in Malaysia. But it seems the sale of Proton in to private hands is to have the opposite effect.

Mercedes-Benz has big plans for small cars

Mon, 31 Jan 2011

Breaking outside its American position of rear-wheel-drive luxury vehicles, Mercedes-Benz will launch its new front-wheel-drive architecture in the United States in the next three years in the form of a coupe, SUV and possibly a small wagon or compact hatchback. Joachim Schmidt, Mercedes' global sales and marketing boss, said Mercedes is developing at least four models based on its MFA, or Mercedes Front-wheel-drive Architecture. "We will introduce the next generation of our MFA family to the U.S.," Schmidt said in an interview.