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Steering Module 2013 Prius Sku#1935005 on

US $120.00

Rosemount, Minnesota, United States

Rosemount, Minnesota, United States
Steering Computer
Conditions & Options:Steering Computer Mileage:87566 Genuine OEM:Yes Model:PRIUS Interchange Part Number:591-54978 Year:2013 Inventory ID:1935005 Brand:Toyota Designation:Used Manufacturer Part Number:Toyota Stock #:6J6776 GTIN:Does not apply PartNumber:591

Chrysler launches Autorama High School Design Competition for Michigan students

Tue, 15 Oct 2013

Michigan high school students with dreams of being a car designer have the chance to win themselves prizes and courses at the College of Creative Studies with the launch of a new competition from Chrysler. The Autorama High School Design Competition 2014, which is open to high school students currently attending a Michigan public school, asks entrants to ‘design a vehicle that satisfies the needs of young consumers while remaining eco-friendly'. Students are recommended to draw inspiration from any of the Chrysler Group brands: Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram Truck, Fiat or SRT (Street and Racing Technology).

80mph limit plans 'to be revisited'

Mon, 30 Sep 2013

SHELVED PLANS to raise the motorway speed limit to 80mph will need to be revisited, a transport minister said as he declined to say whether he ever broke the current law to drive at that speed. Stephen Hammond said ministers were split on the move - which was unveiled with a fanfare by Philip Hammond in 2011 but then axed from the agenda by successors as transport secretary. Polling suggests a 10mph increase in the maximum allowed on the network would be extremely popular among motorists - and the transport minister recognised "a lot" already drove at the higher speed.

Volkswagen wants Karmann

Mon, 26 Oct 2009

VW wants to buy Karmann Just like all the other specialist coachbuilders out there – Zagato, Pininfarina, etc – life has not been a bed of roses for a long time for Karmann. Once a great way for wealthy owners to ‘Customise’ their cars, the specialist coachbuilders have relied more and more on relationships with big car makers to survive. None more so than Karmann, whose hopes for survival rested on VW divvying up an order for electric cars.