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Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Refund will be given as:Money Back Item must be returned within:14 Days Return policy details:-No refunds after 15 days. 20% handling charge on all returned items, must have slip in box, part must still be marked and not tampered with. Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Inventory ID:292324 Interchange Part Number:517-00728 Year:2004 Model:JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE Stock Number:11121 Conditions and Options:4WD,4.7,AOD Genuine OEM:YES Brand:JEEP Part Number:292324

Tomorrow’s world: future car technology news

Wed, 14 Oct 2009

By Tim Pollard Motor Industry 14 October 2009 17:11 CAR's new technology series looks at the car tech developments that will quickly change the shape of the new cars we’ll all be driving in the years to come. We’ve talked to the world’s biggest components suppliers, and interviewed experts at manufacturers across the globe. Our reports detail the innovations and technical advances that will make our cars cleaner, greener, safer and – we hope – keep the fun factor we all enjoy in our cars.

Kia Ray Concept at Chicago Motor Show

Thu, 21 Jan 2010

Kia wil preview the Kia Ray Concept plug-in hybrid at the Chicago Motor Show next month Yes, the Detroit Motor Show is only just about done, but waiting in the wings is the rather less fancy Chicago Motor Show (although they probably won’t thank us for describing it as such). But despite Chicago being a lower key affair than Detroit they will still get their share of new stuff. Well, not necessarily new (we reported that North America gets the BMW Alpina B7 which will debut at Chicago) but certainly new to the US.

Suzuki makes final push in U.S.

Fri, 21 Dec 2012

Corrected: The key for Suzuki to sell more cars in the United States, apparently, is to go out of business. American Suzuki Motor Corp., the bankrupt U.S. distributor, got court permission to bring in 2,500 more cars for the U.S.