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“The Japanese car maker will use the 1.6- and 2-liter engines from BMW starting in 2014 in cars sold in Europe, where diesel-powered vehicles make up more than half of the market.”
“Former pizza magnate Herman Cain is surging in the polls with his blunt talk and 999 plan which I think comes with a free 2-liter bottle of Pepsi.”
“That led many meth makers to give up on big batches in favor of smaller ones produced by combining ingredients in a 2-liter soda bottle.”
“GM India also sells a 1.2-liter gasoline Beat car.”
“She was very homely in lots of ways, she never wore primary colors and she was doughy and born toe-headed and drank many 2-liter bottles of diet Pepsi a day.”
“It also means a 2-liter in-line four-cylinder engine (115 horsepower, 125 foot-pounds of torque) in the 2011 Jetta S, compared with a 2. 5-liter, inline five-cylinder engine (170 horsepower, 177 foot-pounds of torque) in the 2010 version of the car.”
“The Jazz is sold with a 1.2-liter gasoline engine in India.”
“This is definitely a great way to use up a spare can of Coke, or to finish off a 2-liter bottle that has been sitting in the fridge.”
“The 1.2-liter gasoline engine will initially be offered in the Chevrolet Beat small car from Feb. 1 and later extended to other models as well, company executives said.”
“Mr. Singh said the base model of the 1.2-liter gasoline-engine Etios Liva will cost 399,000 rupees $8,848 at dealerships in New Delhi.”
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