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Garmin Gpsmap 396 Pilots Guide on 2040-parts.com

US $9.95
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Melbourne, Florida, United States

Melbourne, Florida, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Garmin Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:010-00425-00

Jaguar XJ facelift (2007) first news and photos

Thu, 08 Mar 2007

By Ben Barry First Official Pictures 08 March 2007 12:31 The supercharged XKR might have only recently pounced from the starting blocks, but Jaguar has already announced a special edition at Geneva - the XKR Portfolio. While mechanical specifications are almost entirely as per the original model, the Portfolio boasts unique Celestial Black paint, upgraded interior trim and a Bowers and Wilkins stereo system. Power remains unchanged at 420bhp.

Race Is On For Leaf Owners To Reach Billion Kilometres

Mon, 17 Mar 2014

JAPANESE car maker Nissan is preparing the ground for a milestone celebration, as drivers of its popular Leaf electric vehicle race towards the billion kilometre mark. Nissan is creating a series of animated stories centring on the experiences of selected owners to mark the event. For example, Roberto, from Valladolid, narrates his own story as the first taxi driver in Spain to buy a Leaf, explaining that since buying the car in October 2011 he has covered over 100,000 km and eliminated three quarters of his running costs.

Audi R18 TDI dominates Le Mans 2011 test day

Tue, 26 Apr 2011

Le Mans echoed to the sound of racing cars on Easter Sunday as teams took part in the sole scheduled test day, and Audi's new R18 coupe dominated the LMP1 class. Le Mans 2011: classes and rules changes The Automobile Club de l'Ouest (ACO), the organisers of the annual 24-hour race, made several changes to the competition classes and technical specifications for Le Mans 2011, aimed at reducing costs, raising lap times and ending the dominance of turbodiesel endurance racers. Out went V10 and V12 engines in the LMP1 (Le Mans Prototype) class, and in came new capacity limits for all engines, intake restrictors and lower turbo boost limits on existing turbodiesels. Naturally aspirated petrols units are now limited to 3.4-litres, turbo'd petrols can be no bigger than 2.0, and turbodiesels are restricted to 3.7-litres.