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Condition:New Brand:Arctic Cat Fitment:Thundercat, ZRT800, EXT580, Bearcat, Cougar Manufacturer Part Number:0745-347

Citroen fits new 3.0 V6 HDI to C5 and C6

Mon, 15 Jun 2009

By Tim Pollard First Official Pictures 15 June 2009 09:50 Citroen has announced its most powerful engine in a production car – the new, expanded 3.0-litre HDI turbodiesel. It's the PSA-Jaguar Land Rover developed engine, previously available as a 2.7.The new 3.0 HDI will be fitted to the C5 and C6 in late summer 2009, replacing the 2.7. It produces 237bhp, up from 205bhp in the 2.7, yet fuel economy and CO2 both improve by around 15%.What's new on Citroen's 3.0-litre V6 HDI?The V6 gets a third generation common-rail injection system, a diesel particulate filter system and an alternator that recovers energy during braking.Both C5 and C6 3.0 HDI V6 models average 38mpg and emit 195g/km of CO2.The V6 turbodiesel was jointly developed by Ford (when it owned Jaguar Land Rover) and PSA Peugeot Citroen and is built in the Blue Oval's Dagenham, UK, diesel facility.

Audi A4 pricing

Wed, 12 Sep 2007

By Ben Barry Motor Industry 12 September 2007 10:16 Audi has announced on-the-road pricing for the all-new A4 that’s set to reach British customers in Spring 2008. The Audi A4 will start at £22,590 for the 1.8 petrol, rising to £29,680 for the 3.2 petrol. The 2.0-litre diesel lists at £23,940, while the 2.7 and 3.0-litre V6 oil burners come in at £28,440 and £30,290 respectively.

Maserati GranCabrio Sport arrives

Wed, 27 Jul 2011

Maserati GranCabrio Sport arrives in the UK Actually, the Maserati GranCabrio Sport arrived a few months back at the Geneva Motor Show, but it’s now washed up on our shores – just too late to enjoy the miserable summer with the rest of us by the time the first UK customer cars actually arrive in October. The main news, apart from the GranCabrio actually being for sale in the UK, is that the price is perhaps not quite as high as we’d expected. When Maserati revealed the GranCabrio Sport at Geneva we did speculate it would end up being north of £100k.