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106''-145'' Large Pwc Cover Yamaha Waverunner Kawasaki Jetski Seadooppwc4gray Mg on 2040-parts.com

US $29.95
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Chino, California, United States

Chino, California, United States
Condition:New Brand:Unbranded Material Type:210D Oxford Cloth Manufacturer Part Number:Dose Not Apply Sepecial Features:Weather Proof, UV Protected, Water Resistant Country/Region of Manufacture:China Length:368.3cm (145inch/12.08 feet) Type:Boat Cover Width:270cm (106inch /8.8feet) Color:Grey Weight:1170 g UPC:Does not apply

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Audi SQ5 costs £43,870 in UK

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The diesel Audi ‘RS’ Q5 – the Audi SQ5 – with 309bhp and 0-62mph in 5.1 seconds, will cost £43,870 when it arrives in the UK in spring 2013. That means Audi’s 3.0 litre V6 BiTurbo TDI with a healthy 309bhp and 479lb/ft of torque, enough to deliver the SQ5 to 62mph in 5.1 seconds, on to a top speed of 155mph and deliver an official economy figure (although you’ll never get it) of over 40mpg. The power goes through an eight-speed tiptronic ‘box to all four wheels and you get a sound actuator in the exhaust to give you a non-diesely roar. Audi has also dropped the suspension on the SQ5 by 30mm compared to the regular Q5 S Line for a more sporty manner, and if you opt for Audi’s Drive Select Adaptive Dynamics you’ll also get  Comfort, Auto, Dynamic and Efficiency modes (and an Individual mode too if you opt for HDD SatNav as well) which alter the steering, transmission, throttle and even the exhaust actuator to suit.

One Lap of the Web: A 1,000 hp hearse, behind the Jean Claude Van Damme Volvo shoot and a secret Argentinian racetrack

Mon, 18 Nov 2013

-- We've said it before, and we'll say it again: There's something a little bit different about "professional car" people. Not bad, mind you, just different -- it takes a special sort of person to rock a vintage ambulance or hearse. But a blown Caprice corpsewagon kicking out 1,000 hp?

The Woodward Dream Cruise with Ian Callum

Wed, 18 Sep 2013

Try describing the Woodward Dream Cruise—a pulsing expression of Amer-ican automotive enthusiasm condensed into an endless, eight-lane traffic jam—and your audience will fall into one of two groups: The ones who shrug it off as inexplicable gasoline-fueled hysteria, or the ones who simply embrace it as the day-long automotive flash mob it is. Ian Callum, principal designer for Jaguar, falls firmly in the second camp. That's right.