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The smartphone is available in two forms: a standard model with 5-inch screen, and the larger XL with 6-inch screen.
These spinoffs likely won’t start production until at least next year, so expect Jeep to continue making a big stir about the all-new Wrangler for months after the standard model’s full debut at the Los Angeles auto show on November 29.
But in a nod to what BMW is doing with its M branded cars, consumers now are able to buy into the AMG mythos with Mercedes vehicles that offer sporting tweaks to standard models,not full AMG makeovers, for a modest uptick in price.
Volkswagen has separately settled environmental claims with states including Maine, Massachusetts, New York and Pennsylvania, which, unlike Wyoming, have adopted more stringent emissions standards modeled after California.
The standard model is dubbed Sport, but there’s also a Luxury trim and an M Sport package—which is as close as this car will get to an actual M model.
Given the rarity of runway opportunities for non-standard models, Lykke admitted to a sense of disbelief upon being confirmed for such a prestigious show.
Either use a handheld vacuum, or a standard model fitted with an upholstery tool, to give the interior and exterior a thorough going over.
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