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US $122.35
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Hacienda Heights, California, US

Hacienda Heights, 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:Array Surface Finish:Black Warranty:Yes Part Number:5-SSBCV0005B

BMW X7 confirmed – but will it take on the Range Rover?

Mon, 31 Mar 2014

BMW today confirmed it will produce an all-new X7 model at its Spartanburg, US plant – reinforcing the American factory’s position as BMW’s largest production facility in the world. The new X7 is expected to be a large seven-seat range-topper that will appeal to the US market; it will probably be a rival to the Mercedes-Benz GL – and thus potentially be a premium alternative to the luxury Range Rover. BMW X4 revealed BMW X5 Plug-In Hybrid review (2014 onwards) BMW hasn’t confirmed anything other than the fact it will be ‘larger’ than the X5 and X6.

Bertone announces latest motor show special

Thu, 21 Feb 2013

Bertone has revealed it will give a new one-off concept its world premiere at the upcoming Geneva motor show. There is next to no information – not even a name – about what we can expect from the Italian carrozeria's latest offering, and all we have to work from is the 'teaser' image of the car's profile. We'll be live at its official unveiling with more details and images, so keep an eye out for our dedicated Geneva show live site.

Hyundai Veloster Turbo Confirmed

Tue, 01 Nov 2011

Hyundai Veloster to get new 204bhp Turbo When Hyundai revealed details of the Veloster Coupe – the successor to the successful Hyundai Coupe – we found lots we liked and, really, just on thing we didn’t – its paucity of power. All the new Veloster had to offer was the 138bhp 1.6 litre GDI petrol which, although quite frugal, didn’t exactly light a fire of desire for the Veloster in the way we would have liked. So when we reported a couple of weeks ago that Hyundai had revealed a couple of new engines in Korea – a 204bhp turbo and a 150bhp diesel – we rather hoped that Hyundai would see fit to bolt both in to the Veloster sooner rather than later.