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Multiplex Module 2013 Prius Sku#1935003 on 2040-parts.com

US $112.00
Location:

Rosemount, Minnesota, United States

Rosemount, Minnesota, United States
Multiplex Network Computer
Conditions & Options:Multiplex Network Computer Mileage:87566 Genuine OEM:Yes Model:PRIUS Interchange Part Number:591-73615 Year:2013 Inventory ID:1935003 Brand:Toyota Designation:Used Manufacturer Part Number:Toyota Stock #:6J6776 GTIN:Does not apply PartNumber:591

Volvo to give away S60 on Facebook

Tue, 14 Jun 2011

Win a Volvo S60 on Facebook It seems that Volvo UK are very keen to get their Social Web stuff buzzing. Last week we reported that Volvo were giving away tickets for the Goodwood Moving Motor Show, including the chance to drive a Volvo up the Goodwood hillclimb. The entry criteria were simple enough – follow Volvo on Twitter and Tweet back the answer to a daily Volvo trivia question including the relevant hashtag.

Peugeot 2008 Crossover: UK price from £12,995

Thu, 02 May 2013

That meant the Urban Crossover Concept from Geneva in 2012 turning in to the new Peugeot 2008 at the start of 2013 – before heading to Geneva 2013 for its public debut – and with that other French car maker, Renault, going a similar route with the Clio-based Captur, it’s clear the French see the future of compact cars moving away from hatchbacks to something more rugged. But unlike the Captur – which was a bit of a disappointing looking Clio on stilts – the Peugeot 2008 does look a more convincing offering, even if it’s a more generic-looking compact SUV than the Nissan Juke and would, for our money, be the pick over the Captur. Peugeot are targeting 8,000 sales a year in the UK for the 2008, and with prices starting at £12,995 and heading up to around £19,000 it seems, if anything, a quite modest target, especially as Peugeot reckons 65 per cent of 2008 customers will be new to the brand.

Citroen C5 Cross Tourer adds an ‘Allroad’ version to the C5 Estate

Tue, 18 Feb 2014

The new Citroen C5 Cross Tourer (pictured) debuts at Geneva We’ve said it before, but for many car buyers a full-blown SUV or Crossover is a step too far. A more rufty-tufty estate car is a much better option. That’s why Audi has had its Allroad options for a long time and why we’re seeing more and more of these butch estates – like the new Skoda Octavia Scout – as car buyers look to fill every possible niche.