Under the bonnet, almost all Captur owners will find 90bhp beneath their right foot: most will want the dCi 90 diesel, a unit also available in 110bhp guise. If you’d rather have petrol power, there’s a manual gearbox three cylinder 0.9 litre TCe 90 unit or a 1.2 litre 120bhp petrol powerplant with a choice of either manual transmission or a twin clutch 6 speed EDC automatic gearbox. We’d choose the diesel every time.
I can not believe that people in this state think that a demonstration and a petition to congress are going to lead to the impeachment of a Federal Judge because he did not rule in their favor. This is either ignorance or down right stupid I do not know which. Never in the history of this nation has this been done or will it ever be done..
It was an incredibly positive presentation, and was very cool once again in light of last year conference with Commander Hadfield. It not often that many schools receive the treats that this school has, twice within the space of a year! With so much positive reinforcement, I wouldn be surprised to see some truly extraordinary things coming from the youth of our community within the next few years. With that in mind, be sure to look at the many wonderful things our youngsters are up to now, and be sure to give them a pat on the back! This sort of encouragement that they receive from such awesome guests will only develop in an open and inviting environment luckily, they live in Corner Brook..
The National Highways Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) announced today Toyota will pay a US$17.35 million fine after allegedly failing to report a safety defect within the maximum five business day window.In early 2012, the NHTSA noticed a trend that floor mats were entrapping pedals in 2010 Lexus RX 350s.When it contacted Toyota in May, the automaker said it was aware of 63 alleged instances of pedal entrapment, which in some cases caused unintended acceleration.Toyota later recalled more than 150,000 2010 Lexus RX 350 and 2010 RX 450h models to address the problem.The US$17.35 million fine, the maximum allowed under law, was agreed to by the NHTSA and Toyota yesterday.The signed agreement notes denies that it has violated the Safety Act or its implementing regulations. The agreement, Toyota will revise its product quality analytics and meet with the NHTSA once a month for six months to report on mat pedal entrapment issues. Toyota is still subject to potential civil and criminal liabilities, apart from the penalty for failing to report defect information in a timely manner.In a statement, Toyota reaffirmed it has agreed to pay the US$17.35 million without admitting to any violation.