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What You Need To Know About Car Parts
By Joe Hanoa
When you buy a new car, you usually don’t give much thought to car parts. The car comes with a warranty and the dealer takes care of most of the problems. When a car is manufactured it has parts Read more...
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5 Ways to Find Discount Volvo Parts
By John Mancini
You have worked hard towards your goal of owning a Volvo, to you it's not "just" a car, it's a dream you have realized. However, you do not want to go into debt whenever a part needs to be replaced. Read more...
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Where You can Find Delta Faucet Parts For Your Delta Faucet
By Phil Hambly
When you purchased your new delta faucet, you probably were not considering the possibility that you would need your paperwork a few years down the road to order parts. When you have lost your Read more...

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By Kevin Anderson
Automakers are now attesting the edge of retractable hardtops over the conventional ragtops. Parenthetically, they are shifting to the modern technology to deliver fun open-air drive as well as secured weather resistance driving.

Mazda Miata is one of the leaders of hardtop technology. The car is made simple yet striking, affordable and perky. However, its greatest edge is its soft top that can be maneuvered with just a push on the button. In fact, said model can be operated by just using only one hand. Jay Amestoy, Mazda's spokesperson said that power retractable hardtop technology of Miata is a significant factor of its hefty 30% sales in the United States.

The move of automakers is so swift and apparent. "Yes, it costs a lot to engineer and install, but we found some of our target buyers -- women, especially -- see it as a big advantage in safety and security," says Pontiac spokesman Jim Hopson. As to Pontiac, its G6 RHT went on sale last April. It was priced at about $29,000, $5,000 more than the coupe version. According to .D. Power and Associates' Power Information Network (PIN), G6 RHT takes an average 29 days to sell. PIN also observed that midsize cars in general, stay on dealer lots an average 53 days and sell for about $8,000 less than the G6 RHT. These findings are significant to automakers. The crucial move can give them rewarding profits so they opt to live in the hype of hardtops.

Volvo, on one hand, has set forth its C70, a 4-seater RHT that went on sale since midyear. The model is a compact car that shares

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Ford's C1 platform which was used with Volvo S40 parts. According to PIN, C70 sits on dealer lots 14 days. On the contrary, the Mercedes-Benz CLK ragtop sits 51 days.

The coupe convertible hardtop from Volvo was designed by John Kinsey and built by Pininfarina. It uses quality Volvo C70 parts that include strong three piece retractable metal that can be raised or lowered in a short span of 30 seconds. C70 replaced the cabriolet/convertible and the coupe segment, which are absent in Volvo's lineup since 2003.
As a former news correspondent for an auto-related websites, Kevin has gathered extensive knowledge and experience in the automotive industry. This 34 year old father of three from Pennsylvania is a genuine car lover.



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