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  1. AdBlue is a high-grade aqueous urea solution for exclusive use in the urea-SCR system that has been developed and standardized in Europe. (Web site)
  2. AdBlue is a liquid consisting of urea and water.
  3. AdBlue is a non-toxic aqueous solution that is injected into the exhaust-gas stream, causing ammonia to be released. (Web site)
  4. AdBlue is a non-toxic aqueous solution that, when mixed into the gases, creates ammonia.
  5. AdBlue is a non-toxic, clear, synthetically manufactured urea solution, manufactured to meet DIN 70 070.


  1. An 'automobile' is a car.
  2. An automobile is a wheeled passenger vehicle that carries its own motor.
  3. An automobile is a wheeled vehicle that carries its own engine. (Web site)
  4. An automobile is a wheeled vehicle that carries its own motor. (Web site)
  5. Automobile is the magazine for the discriminating car enthusiast.


  1. A convertible is an automobile with a folding, retracting, or removable roof.
  2. A convertible was available for the first time on an Imperial. (Web site)
  3. A convertible was introduced in 2004.
  4. The convertible is a slightly different bird.
  5. The convertible was also gone, after its low sales volume in previous years. (Web site)


  1. In Halle 6 werden wie gewohnt die Oldtimer und Classic Cars zu finden sein.
  2. In der "alten Heimat" sind auch sechs Oldtimer aus der historischen Audi-Sammlung. (Web site)
  3. In unserem Showroom finden Sie ständig eine Auswahl gepflegter Oldtimer aller Baujahre.


  1. Drifting is a driving style distinguished by oversteering into and completely through the corners. (Web site)
  2. Drifting is a form of driving that incorporates many aspects of driving such as Autocross, Rally, Road racing and Stock car racing. (Web site)
  3. Drifting is a form of motorsport in which the driver maneuvers an automobile to oversteer through an apex or straight, often with opposite lock. (Web site)
  4. Drifting is a freakin activity, Rice is a state of being for a car.
  5. Drifting is a hot topic and probably will be for a while.

Crash Test

  1. A crash test is a form of destructive testing usually performed in order to ensure safe design standards for automobiles or related components.
  2. A crash test is also known as a destruction test.


  1. Diesel is a product used as a fuel in a diesel engine invented by Rudolf Diesel, and perfected by Charles F. Kettering.
  2. Diesel is a product used as a fuel. (Web site)

Off-Road Vehicle

  1. In 1961 trial-produced BJ210 military off-road vehicle.
  2. It is known in some countries as an " off-road vehicle " or " four-wheel drive ", often abbreviated to "4WD" or " 4x4 ", pronounced "four-by-four".
  3. What was called a recreational vehicle is now a main source of transportation as well as a rugged Suspension lift kit off-road vehicle.


  1. The race is part of the NASCAR Ford Championship.
  2. The race was due to happen during the Monterey Historic weekend in August.
  3. The race was great and definitely the best moment was the start where I overtook Fernando and was right behind Lewis in the slipstream.
  4. The race was won by a Honda Civic.
  5. The race was won by a Honda Civic.[1] It has since exploded into a massively popular form of motorsport in North America, Australia, and Europe.


  1. Suspension is similar to that of the M Roadster, but it-s been -tweaked- to better serve the dynamics of the closed car.
  2. Suspension is the key to your off-road ride.
  3. Suspension was by double wishbones at the front with a transverse leaf spring and a live axle at the rear. (Web site)
  4. Suspension was transverse springs front and rear, already seen as outdated when the car was introduced.
  5. Suspension: The suspension in a drift car tends to have very high spring and damper rates.


  1. Suzuki is also a bike supplier to Toei.
  2. Suzuki is the largest minivehicle maker in Japan.
  3. Suzuki was an especially attractive supplier because it was in the business of equipping other factories.
  4. Suzuki was now down from two SUVs to one, and two cars to one.


  1. The tires are the same type and size of correct white-letter BFGoodrich tires, the black steel spoked wheels the same brand as the actual cars.
  2. The tires were upgraded to Bridgestone RE010 "summer" tires.
  3. Tires are by far the biggest expense in the sport of drifting.
  4. Tires are the vehicle's reaction point with the roadway. (Web site)


  1. The Turbo was introduced in 1975 (see below).
  2. The turbo was also upgraded and boost pressure increased to increase the bhp on type r type rs type rz to 280 bhp. (Web site)

Family Car

  1. The family car is a major item in the family budget.
  2. Family car is a 99 Taurus.

Two Wheel Drive

  1. We are mainly a four wheel drive truck club but we have a few members with cars and two wheel drive trucks.
  2. Two wheel drive or 2WD describes vehicles with a drivetrain that allows two wheels to receive power from the engine simultaneously. (Web site)


  1. Angle is the angle of a car in a drift, Speed is the speed entering a turn, the speed through a turn, and the speed exiting the turn; faster is better. (Web site)
  2. Angle is the angle of a car in a drift, the more the better. (Web site)


  1. The answer is called bracket racing, which, like a handicap in golf, levels the playing field. (Web site)
  2. The answer is to "encode" the data. (Web site)
  3. The answer was easy.

Audi Avantissimo

  1. Audi Avantissimo is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness. (Web site)
  2. The Audi Avantissimo is a concept car by the German automobile manufacturer Audi. (Web site)


  1. The demo is a limited version that can be unlocked with a password.To access the full power of AutoMaker requires the engine that made it.
  2. Because the Japan automaker such as Toyota or Honda will be the record within a year or so. (Web site)
  3. French automaker Peugeot is also planning to enter a diesel powered LMP in 2007.

Automobile Stubs

  1. Subcategories of Automobile stubs Also, please see Truck-stub below.
  2. Search Results Category: Automobile stubs information - Pages in category "Automobile stubs" There are 183 pages in this section of this category.

Auto Detailing

  1. Auto detailing is a huge hobby and profession for a great many enthusiasts. (Web site)


  1. The bicycle is used worldwide as a basic means of transportation. (Web site)
  2. The bicycle was recognised by nineteenth-century feminists and suffragists as a "freedom machine" for women.


  1. Bicycles are used for recreation at all ages.
  2. Bicycles were used in the Second Boer War, where both sides used them for scouting.

Body Code

  1. A body code is a manufacturer 's title for a specific automobile.
  2. Body code - A body code is a manufacturer 's title for a specific automobile.

Body Lift

  1. A body lift is a common and cheap method to run larger tires in a Four wheel drive vehicle. (Web site)
  2. A body lift is a common and cheap method to run larger tires on a vehicle. (Web site)

Body Roll

  1. Body roll - the car leans towards the outside of the curve. (Web site)
  2. Body roll is a bit nautical in hard cornering, and overall grip is modest; but while the ride is plush, it's never floaty or cloudlike.
  3. Body roll is a feature unknown to this car.
  4. Body roll is a little too abundant in tight corners.
  5. Body roll is a reference to the weight transfer of a car towards the outside of a turn.

Brock Yates

  1. Brock Yates is an executive editor for Car & Driver magazine. (Web site)
  2. Brock Yates is an idiot.
  3. Brock Yates is one of the more divisive figures in automotive journalism.
  4. Brock Yates was executive editor of Car and Driver, an American automotive magazine. (Web site)
  5. Brock Yates: A memo to Pena--bikes are for fun.

Bromine Number

  1. Bromine Number is the amount of bromine in grams absorbed by 100 grams of a sample. (Web site)
  2. Bromine number is the number of graphs of bromine which will react with 100 grams of the sample under the conditions of the test.


  1. Buick is a brand of automobile built in the United States, Canada, China and in Spain by General Motors Corporation. (Web site)
  2. Buick is a brand of automobile built in the United States, Canada, and China by General Motors Corporation. (Web site)
  3. Buick is one of the oldest marques in the world, with Mercedes-Benz, Renault, Peugeot, Cadillac, Daimler and the discontinued Oldsmobile. (Web site)
  4. The Buick is based on parent company General Motors' minivans, and thus is roomier, but less competent off-road than most other SUVs.

Buick Estate

  1. Use the online form below, to check availability and pricing for the Buick Estate wagon parts that you are looking for.
  2. Our knowledge of past decades' Replacement Buick Estate Wagon Automotive Rear View Mirror Store has brought to us to where we are now.

Cadillac Cien

  1. Find information, images, and specs on the Cadillac Cien.
  2. Please see our other resources for more Cadillac Cien wallpapers and high quality Caddy Cien photos. (Web site)

Cal Worthington

  1. My Dog Spot - Archives of commercials with Cal Worthington, advertising his southern California automobile dealerships. (Web site)
  2. Cal Worthington based his ads on those by California legend Chick Lambert and his dog, Storm. (Web site)
  3. Besides some direct descendants of Cal Worthington, like Chicago's Mad Max Madsen, not many car dealers use their personalities as a branding tool any more. (Web site)

Car Craft Magazine

  1. Car Craft Magazine is a complete street machine & drag racing magazine.
  2. Car Craft Magazine is a complete street machine & drag racing magazine.
  3. Car Craft Magazine is a magazine published in the USA (unless stated otherwise).
  4. Car Craft Magazine is a publication for the drag-racing and high performance automobile enthusiast.
  5. Car Craft magazine is a magazine devoted to automobiles.

Car Dealerships In The Usa

  1. Car dealerships in the USA is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness. (Web site)

Car Dealership

  1. A car dealership is a business that sells new cars, used cars or both.
  2. Car dealership - A car dealership is a business that sells new cars, used cars or both.


  1. The Cayman is a hard top car similar to the Boxster in a slightly higher price range. (Web site)
  2. The Cayman is a hard top car similar to the Boxster. (Web site)
  3. The Cayman is a mid-engined 2-seat sports car produced by Porsche AG of Germany. (Web site)
  4. The name "Cayman" is said to be an alternate spelling of caiman, a species of reptile closely related to the alligator. (Web site)

Certified Pre-Owned

  1. Warranty Period The warranty period begins on the date you purchase your Lexus Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle. (Web site)
  2. Check the Lexus Certified Pre-Owned Warranty Supplement for detailed warranty information or visit your Lexus dealer. (Web site)
  3. Warranty coverage is a key advantage of Audi Certified pre-owned.


  1. Changhe is a leading Chinese industrial manufacturer with operation in aerospace and automobiles.

Child Safety Seat

  1. A child safety seat is a specially tested seat that is designed to keep your child safe in a crash.

Christian Von Koenigsegg

  1. Christian von Koenigsegg is probably the most talented designer of sports cars around today.

Chrysler Platform

  1. If they want to make a vehicle that is not for hard core off roaders make it under a chrysler platform or dodge.
  2. The Imperial name reappeared between 1981-83 on a such a car, using a smaller Chrysler platform ("J" Body) and the "small block" 318 cu. (Web site)

Combination Car

  1. The train consisted of Copper Range 2-6-0 #58 with wooden combination car #26 and coach #60. (Web site)
  2. Kombi   is a German abbreviation of "Kombinationswagen" (Combination Car) and it is German name for station wagon. (Web site)
  3. Kombi Swedish term for a station wagon, also used in Germany as abbreviation of "Kombinationswagen" (Combination Car).


  1. Cord was a brand name of United States automobiles from 1929 through 1937.
  2. Cord was noted for its innovative technology and streamlined design.
  3. Cord was noted for its innovative technology and streamlined designs.
  4. Cord was the brand name of a United States automobile, manufactured by the Auburn Automobile Company from 1929 through 1932 and again from 1936 to 1937.
  5. Cord was the first production car with front wheel drive, unit body construction, disappearing headlights.


  1. A corporation is a separate legal presence from the one or ones who own it.
  2. The corporation was founded by Henry Ford in Dearborn, Michigan, (where the company is currently headquartered), and incorporated on June 16, 1903.

Coupe Roadster

  1. A coupe roadster is a convertible automobile equipped with a removable hardtop . (Web site)
  2. Coupe Roadster : The Mercedes-Benz name for their convertibles with a removable hardtop.

Dacia Solenza

  1. Les poign--es de portes et le volant viennent de la Clio II, mais les a--rateurs sont ceux de la Dacia Solenza. (Web site)
  2. La Logan est con--ue comme la rempla--ante des Dacia Solenza et Dacia 1300   cette derni--re --tant la variante roumaine de la Renault 12. (Web site)

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