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“The car maker will roll out a front-wheel drive hybrid model in 2013 to follow the current hybrid version of the Fuga, also known as the Infiniti M model outside of Japan.”
“Body style/layout: The 2011 Acura TSX Sport Wagon is a compact/midsize wagon with a front-mounted engine, front-wheel drive, four side doors and a rear liftgate.”
“Our new (2006) Pontiac has some kind of "low trac" system that apparently locks the front-wheel drive differential for a bit if it senses a loss of traction.”
“That got us a S60 T5 with a turbocharged five-cylinder engine and front-wheel drive.”
“I don't want a second SUV, but I do want at least front-wheel drive.”
“Many are available with front-wheel or all-wheel drive.”
“Powertrain: Series/parallel hybrid with Atkinson-cycle 1.8-liter, 16-valve, dual-overhead-cam four-cylinder with variable valve timing; continuously variable transmission and helical gearset; AC synchronous electric traction motor 80 hp; nickel-metal-hydride battery pack; front-wheel drive.”
“Under acceleration, the flywheel's enormous kinetic energy is converted back to electrons and returned to the front-wheel motors, helping the car go farther and faster.”
“It has lowered its production costs with new front-wheel drive that will be used across the entire small-car range and more shared technology with its larger model segments.”
“Pedro Guimaraes/4SEE for The Wall Street Journal Under acceleration, the flywheel's enormous kinetic energy is converted back to electrons and returned to the front-wheel motors, helping the car go farther and faster.”
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Bits from the predictably odd and chaotic Spike Milligan book of this title. He writes in diary-style about his service in the British Army's World War II campaign in Italy.
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