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Straight-six front engine, rear-wheel drive configuration-you can immediately feel the outstanding 500 Nm of torque delivered right from low RPM.
In 2014, Ford began working with suppliers to study the material and how to use it in running trials with auto parts such as fuel rail covers, pump covers and front engine covers.
24 -- Atul Auto Limited (AAL), one of the largest three wheeler manufacturer and leader in front engine diesel and CNG 3-wheelers, has seen significant growth in sales of 3 wheelers in the month of August.
bumper setting for the installation of a front engine PTO, said Kenworth.
As the airplane rotated for takeoff and the main landing gear lifted off the runway, the front engine lost power.
Niles manufactures aluminum die castings, and Middleville principally machines front engine covers, oil pumps and other components.
First Great Western Trains said an exhaust fire on the front engine of the 6am Swansea to Paddington service had caused the disruption.
It is the only car in its segment to offer a front engine, rear wheel drive lay-out , while fuel consumption is still frugal at more than 30 miles to the gallon.
Lexus also noted that the GS 450h is the first full hybrid vehicle to feature a front engine and rear-wheel drive.
The 2007 Lexus GS 450h is ''the world's first hybrid luxury sedan and the first full hybrid vehicle with a front engine and rear wheel drive,'' the Japanese automaker said.
The current car's mechanical layout of front engine and rear wheel drive remains but better packaging has resulted in a significantly larger boot.
The Easy Step is built on a Workhorse chassis with a Duramax front engine, Allison transmission, front wheel drive, and an air-ride suspension.