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Year:2008 Mileage:95527 Color: White
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Newtown Square, Pennsylvania, United States

Newtown Square, Pennsylvania, United States

Auto Services in Pennsylvania

Young`s Auto Body Inc ★★★★★

Auto Repair & Service, Automobile Body Repairing & Painting, Automobile Parts & Supplies
Address: 111 S Bolmar St, Thornton
Phone: (610) 431-2053

West Shore Auto Care ★★★★★

Auto Repair & Service, Auto Oil & Lube, Truck Service & Repair
Address: 736 State St, Carlisle-Barracks
Phone: (717) 730-7060

Village Auto ★★★★★

Used Car Dealers
Address: 52 Rocky Grove Ave, Oil-City
Phone: (814) 432-4509

Ulrich Sales & Svc ★★★★★

Auto Repair & Service, Used Car Dealers
Address: 4340 Morgantown Rd, Isabella
Phone: (610) 856-7050

Trust Auto Sales ★★★★★

New Car Dealers
Address: 1422 Trindle Rd Ste C, Plainfield
Phone: (717) 249-2667

Steve`s Auto Body & Repair ★★★★★

Automobile Body Repairing & Painting
Address: 115 Valley View Dr, Marwood
Phone: (724) 763-1333

Auto blog

Suzuki reopens India plant post-riot with police outnumbering workers

Fri, 24 Aug 2012 18:00:00 EST

Suzuki's plant in Manesar, India builds cars for Australia, specifically its Alto small car. Or at least they were building cars before violent worker riots forced the factory to close. The plant has been idled for five weeks as a result of worker violence that led to the death of one manager and 95 injuries. The riot was spurred over a labor dispute - specifically, a gulf in salaries between temporary workers and their salaried counterparts who earn triple the contract workers' wages.
According to reports, on Tuesday, the factory re-opened with more than 1,200 police officers stationed around the plant. The staff of actual workers at the plant numbers just 75 currently, meaning the police force greatly outnumbers Suzuki employees.
The number of employees will eventually grow to 300, and the officers will run in shifts of 100 at a time, but the initial disparity of workers to police is meant as a show of force to the more than 500 permanent and 500 temporary workers who were found to be involved in a July 18 riot.

Suzuki could disappear from new car market quickly thanks to low inventory

Tue, 06 Nov 2012 16:30:00 EST

Yesterday's announcement that American Suzuki has filed for bankruptcy is all but a death blow for the Japanese automaker's 246 US dealers, but if there's any good news coming out of the situation, it could be the fact that the whole process will likely be quick and painless rather than drawn out. WardsAuto is reporting that with the current inventory and average sales numbers so far this year, there figures to be about three months left for Suzuki's new-car business in the US given current sales rates.
In October, Suzuki sold 2,023 units - a five percent increase over last year - but with just 5,549 left in inventory, it shouldn't take too long to wind down operations. Sales for the brand peaked 2007 with more than 100,000 units sold, but this year, Suzuki is barely on pace to reach a quarter of that amount, with just 21,188 units sold so far in 2012. In addition to poor sales, WardsAuto also notes that Suzuki faced problems due to its reliance on customers with subprime credit.
Suzuki will continue to sell motorcycles, ATVs and marine engines in the US, while the brand's cars will still be on sale in other countries including Canada and Mexico.

Ugly Moto makes beautiful motorcycle art [w/video]

Thu, 08 May 2014 19:16:00 EST

Ugly Moto is a horrible name for a company that makes such wonderful motorcycle art. The creation of artist Francis Ooi, the company's illustrations focus on some of the iconic racing bikes of the 1960s and 1970s.
The artwork has an elegant simplicity that really makes it pop. It would fit just about anywhere from a home office to the bedroom of a young gearhead. Ooi has completed six illustrations so far covering classic cycles from Honda, Ducati, Yamaha and even Harley-Davidson. According to his site, the Suzuki RGB500 ridden by Barry Sheene will be the next one released. All of the prints are priced at $65 and are limited to 100 copies. They are all about 16.53 inches by 23.58 inches in size.
According to his website, these prints are just a hobby for Ooi and his real career is as the creative director at an ad agency. He creates the illustrations on his Mac, and he estimates that each design with about 800 components and layers takes about a month to complete. You can get idea of the process involved in the time-lapse video below.