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Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Refund will be given as:Money back or exchange (buyer's choice) Item must be returned within:30 Days Return policy details:To return an item to our company, please follow the steps below: - Send us an email regarding the problem. - Give us your invoice number and your email - Postage is non-refundable Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No handling time:need one day to process Manfacture Part Number:82 13 2 327 643 Manfacturer Part Number:82 13 2 327 643 Other Part Number:82132327643 Warranty:Yes Brand:Genuine BMW

Mercedes CLA employs a cat in new advert to demonstrate its aerodynamic shape (video)

Mon, 14 Apr 2014

It’s the Mercedes CLA sliding cat advert We’re not entirely sure that Mercedes has chosen to focus attention on a cat in a new advert for the CLA to dig at Jaguar’s mickey-take of its chicken advert for Magic Body Control, but it’s definitely the cat that’s front and centre, regardless of the motivation. With the new Mercedes CLA boasting exceptional aerodynamic credentials, Mercedes has employed a stunt cat to slide up and over the CLA to demonstrate just how slippery their new compact saloon is. Already shown on TV in the UK at the weekend (during the new series of Britain’s Got Talent), the moggie in question – William, apparently – glides effortlessly over the CLA’s slippery shape to a soundtrack playing Rossini’s Duetto buffo di due gatti (which you may not think you know, but you do).

BMW & Toyota agree joint development of new sports car

Thu, 24 Jan 2013

BMW and Toyota have signed a binding agreement to co-develop a new sports car and continue with co-developed and shared technology. The way forward for car makers seems to be either to be as big as possible for the benefits of economy of scale, or to work together on joint products to cut development costs. Which is why BMW and Toyota are getting cosy.

Victor Muller on Saab escapade: 'Painful'

Thu, 23 May 2013

Reports say that the Swedish government wants to question former Saab chairman Victor Muller as part of an inquiry into suspected tax offenses at Saab. Muller defended payments he received from the automaker in a recent interview with me and talked about how he has moved on from painful memories of Saab. The Dutch entrepreneur rejected criticisms that his 600,000 euro ($773,000) annual pay package at Saab was too large.