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US $249.95
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Rochester, Minnesota, United States

Rochester, Minnesota, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Superchips Manufacturer Part Number:3842

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Honda Accord Coupe (2007): first official pictures

Mon, 08 Jan 2007

By Phil McNamara First Official Pictures 08 January 2007 04:07 Honda Accord Coupe: the lowdown Officially, this facelifted, two-door Accord is a concept. Unofficially, the next-generation coupe will go on sale in autumn 2007, as a 2008 model. It's a lot funkier than the bland Accord sedan, which will get this facelift at the same time, so it's not shown up by its cooler sibling.

New Skoda Octavia vRS hatch & estate revealed

Wed, 05 Jun 2013

The 2013 Skoda Octavia vRS has been revealed (vRS hatch pictured) The Skoda Octavia vRS – the latest version of Skoda’s quick and appealing take on the VW Golf GTI – has been unveiled ahead of its debut at the Goodwood FoS in July, and it looks a cracker. Available as either a hatchback or estate – and as a diesel or a petrol – the Octavia vRS manages to repackage the Golf GTI and Golf GTD in to one Skoda, offering good performance (the vRS is a bit slower than the GTI to 62mph at 6.8 seconds but has a 2mph higher top speed), good looks and the promise of prices starting not much above £20k. The petrol vRS gets the Golf GTI’s 217bhp 2.0 litre TSI and the diesel vRS the 181bhp 2.0 litre TFI from the Golf GTD, both with a 6-speed manual gearbox as standard and a six-speed DSG as option, sports suspension, XDS differential, quicker steering and multi-link rear suspension.

Strong results for Maserati

Fri, 27 Jul 2007

By Chris Hope Motor Industry 27 July 2007 02:27 This week has thrown up some surprising financial results for struggling car manufacturers from all corners of the industry. Last February, at the release of the Quattroporte Automatica saloon, chief exec Roberto Ronchi promised an end to Maserati’s financial woes. Five months later, the Italian supercar maker sees black for the first time in its 17-year Fiat stewardship.