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47014 14"-15" 38cm Steering Wheel Cover Grey+gray Leather Fiat Wrap Bmw Audi Suv on 2040-parts.com

US $26.95
Location:

Monterey Park, California, US

Monterey Park, California, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Refund will be given as:Money Back Item must be returned within:14 Days Return policy details:15% restocking fee may apply Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Brand:Circle Cool Placement on Vehicle:Front Surface Finish:PVC Leather Warranty:Yes Fit Size:14.50" to 15.25" Steering Wheel Diameter Grip Circumference/ Width Fit Size:4" to 4.13" Inch

Subaru BRZ tS is the ‘Sporty’ BRZ STI with no more go

Tue, 20 Aug 2013

Subaru BRZ tS (pictured) more show – no more go When we ran the tease photo for what appeared to be the Subaru BRZ STI, we did hope this would be the BRZ with more power. After all, STI (Subaru Tecnica International) is the go faster bit of Subaru so it seemed to be pointing in the right direction, a direction lovers of the BRZ (and its sibling, the Toyota GT86) have been hoping for since it arrived – one with more power. But this isn’t the Subaru equivalent of a BMW M or a Mercedes AMG, its more the equivalent of BMW Performance Parts, where Subaru’s STI division have kitted out a standard car with bolt on modifications and called it the Subaru BRZ tS.

One Lap of the Web: We missed April Fools'

Wed, 02 Apr 2014

-- Yesterday was April Fools' Day, a holiday known in some cultures as "April 1st." We chose to ignore the staid, unamusing fake press releases touting everything from Ford C-Max charcoal grilles to Audi sushi to BMW's annual efforts. ("The Ultimate Sleeping Machine" is what Web commenters will inevitably post in an effort to deride the upcoming 2-series.) But Petrolicious did a tasteful video of a certain moneyed purist's most prized vehicle, a car with all the panache, style, and passione that only its beautiful curves could convey. The folks at Petrolicious begged for a ride in this dangerously exciting speed machine, and by Jove, they got it.

NTSB calls for nationwide ban on use of mobile electronic devices while driving

Tue, 13 Dec 2011

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has called for a nationwide ban on the use of personal electronic devices while driving. “According to NHTSA, more than 3,000 people lost their lives last year in distraction-related accidents,” said NTSB chairman Deborah A.P. Hersman.