-Kita- -kita-, 2.7 l., limuzinas

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Kaina
9 200
€/mėn
Privatus pardavėjas Vilnius, Lietuva
+370 610 24424
Pagaminimo data
1999-04
Rida
90 800 km
Variklis
2700 cm³, 82 AG (60kW)
Kuro tipas
Dyzelinas
Kėbulo tipas
Limuzinas
Durų skaičius
4/5
Varantieji ratai
Galiniai
Pavarų dėžė
Automatinė
Klimato valdymas
Oro kondicionierius
Spalva
Balta
Vairo padėtis
Kairėje
Tech. apžiūra iki
2022-06
Ratlankių skersmuo
R16
Sėdimų vietų skaičius
6
Pirmosios registracijos šalis
Italija
Kėbulo numeris (VIN)
SCRTEB3N... Rodyti
SDK
TCMNMMRA
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Mėnesio įmoka:
Kuro suvartojimas l/100 km
Vidutinės
8
Komentarai
London cab . FX4[edit]
The first model of FX4 was fitted with a 2178 cc Austin diesel engine and a Borg-Warner automatic transmission. In 1961, the manual transmission from the Austin Gipsy was added as an option.[2] From 1962, the Austin 2199 cc petrol engine was available.[2] However, almost all FX4 taxis were fitted with a Diesel engine.
With the sudden demise of the intended replacement in 1969, the cab was revised and updated to address shortcomings of the original. The original Austin design had a small rear light cluster and roof-mounted turn indicators (commonly known as "bunny ears"). On the revised model, the rear wings were modified to accept the taillights and turn indicators from the MkII Austin 1100/1300.[2] Front indicators were also provided below the headlights and repeater indicators fitted to the front wings.[2] and "bunny ears" were abandoned. More important to the drivers of the FX4, the interior was also revised. Sound deadening, black vinyl seats and an altered partition (with an additional 4 inches of legroom) were warmly welcomed.[5]
Fairway
Fairway[edit]
In February 1989 the Fairway was introduced.[2] It was fitted with a 2,664 cc Nissan TD27 diesel engine. This made the FX4 a faster and more reliable cab. It had full wheelchair accessibility, in line with a new law that came into force in January 1989. The Fairway was the best version of the FX4 ever built,[peacock term] and enabled LTI to sell to overseas markets, as well as move into provincial UK markets they had not been able to tackle. Much of this increase in sales was due to local authorities insisting on wheelchair accessible cabs being used in their areas.
Fairway Driver[edit]
As part of a programme to develop a replacement model, AP Lockheed were commissioned to design and develop front disc brakes, and in conjunction, GKN designed a new suspension system to allow disc brakes to be fitted whilst maintaining the mandatory 7.6 m turning circle. These modifications were fitted to a new model, the Fairway Driver, which was introduced in February 1992. The very final Fairway made, with registration mark R1 PFX (i.e. RIP FX), was built on 1 October 1997 and was presented to the National Motor Museum, Beaulieu.[2] ir tt ?
Pardavėjas
Vilnius, Lietuva
  • +370 610 24424