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Rocket Racing Igniter Polished Wheel 15"x4" 5x4.75" Bc on 2040-parts.com

US $190.00
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Tallmadge, OH, US

Tallmadge, OH, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Refund will be given as:Money Back Item must be returned within:60 Days Return policy details:All items in new and unused condition are returnable within 90-days of purchase date. Wheels and/or tires that have been mounted are NOT returnable. Competition tires do not carry a warranty and are not returnable. Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Rim Brand:Rocket Racing Wheels Manufacturer Part Number:R61-546122 Rim Material:Aluminum Rim Width:4 Rim Diameter:15 Offset:-12 Number of Bolts:5 Bolt Pattern:5x120.65 Rim Structure:1-Piece

Hybrid owners sue Ford over Fusion, C-Max mpg claims

Wed, 24 Apr 2013

Pennsylvania car owners are suing Ford Motor Co., claiming that the 2013 Fusion hybrid and C-Max hybrid are not delivering on promised fuel-efficiency figures, according to a report from Bloomberg. Both hybrid models are advertised to return 47 mpg, but the owners say that number is inflated to seem more competitive among other midsize sedans, according to their court filing. The complaint says car owners who have submitted estimates to a fuel-economy tracking website averaged 38.5 mpg, a 10-mpg difference that can cost an additional $1,800 in fuel costs over five years, Bloomberg reports.

Best and worst states for car insurance prices

Mon, 18 Mar 2013

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New Hyundai Genesis debuts in Korea

Wed, 27 Nov 2013

New Hyundai Genesis debuts in Korea For the UK, the Hyundai Genesis isn’t a car you can buy. But in the US, and Hyundai’s home market, the first generation of Hyundai’s large luxury saloon has been around for five years, offering a Korean take on luxury cars from Japan. But now, with the arrival of the second generation Hyundai Genesis, revealed in Korea yesterday ahead of a more public debut at the Detroit Auto Show in January, Hyundai look set to make the Genesis a world model, and the UK looks set to get it too.