Honda Parts Meet the Standards of the Reduction of Fuel Emissions

Written by Jenny McLane

Honda ties up with SELEV, “Study of Extremely Low Emission Vehicles”, a Riverside program hosted byrepparttar University of California, which showsrepparttar 136543 advantage of upgradingrepparttar 136544 internal combustion engine technology inrepparttar 136545 reduction of vehicle emissions. Several years ago, this reduction to some level has been conceived impossible but due torepparttar 136546 advancements in technology nowadays everything is made possible and tangible to some extent.

Two years ago, this program has been launched primarily forrepparttar 136547 dwindling environmental condition asrepparttar 136548 main reason. Amongrepparttar 136549 concerned partners of SELEV arerepparttar 136550 U.S Environmental Protection Agency (EPA),repparttar 136551 California Air Resources Board (CARB), andrepparttar 136552 Manufacturers of Emission Controls Association. The university’s College of Engineering Center for Environmental Research and Technology (CE-CERT) spearheads this innovative research. The study has been endowed by at least $10 million from Ford as a donation. The amount has been of great help forrepparttar 136553 researchers in their tactics of finding ways of lesseningrepparttar 136554 fuel emissions ofrepparttar 136555 new-generation vehicles so as not to add up withrepparttar 136556 already degrading air pollution that poses great risk torepparttar 136557 people’s health.

Going environment-friendly, no wonder, Honda Motors Corporation continues to launch and introduce torepparttar 136558 buying public low-emission vehicles such as that ofrepparttar 136559 latest Honda Accord andrepparttar 136560 rest ofrepparttar 136561 new-generation vehicles in its fleet. Due torepparttar 136562 successful study and promotion ofrepparttar 136563 technology that tests vehicle emissions at lower levels, another milestone inrepparttar 136564 automotive era poses significant measures and likewise challengesrepparttar 136565 entire realm of auto manufacturers inrepparttar 136566 automobile world.

Performance and Safety Equation Redefined for Volvo XC90 Parts

Written by Jenny Mc Lane

How does it feel to haverepparttar World's First third-row passenger head-and-shoulder protection with Inflatable Curtain (IC) andrepparttar 136542 world's most intelligent All Wheel Drive System (AWD) in your vehicle? You have that peace of mind and comfort isn't it. This is how Volvo offersrepparttar 136543 new 2005 XC90 complete with Innovative new Roll Over Protection System, which includesrepparttar 136544 first use of Roll Stability Control to reducerepparttar 136545 chance of rollover, Dynamic Stability and Traction Control (DSTC) and Special collision compatibility to help passengers in smaller vehicles For versatility and performance it has two power trains and electronically controlled All Wheel Drive system. A 2.9L twin turbocharged DOHC inline-6 cylinder engine (268 hp and 280 ft lbs torque at 1800 RPM) with 4 speed automatic transmission and a 2.5L low-pressure turbocharged DOHC inline-5 cylinder engine (208 hp and 236 ft lbs torque at 1500 RPM) with 5 speed automatic transmission completes its power train. The environment, which is an utmost priority for Volvo, has T6 engine certified as Ultra Low Emission Vehicle (ULEV), a 2.5T engine certified to meet high ULEV II standard and a Standard Interior Air Quality System.

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