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Solex - Powered Bicycles
... The Vélosolex has a small 49 cc motor mounted above the front wheel ... "Alcyon" brand and were powered by a 45 cc engine developed by Solex ... and sold starting 1946 with a 45 cc engine without clutch, then later with a 49 cc engine ...
Driving In Singapore - Buying A Car in Singapore - Certificate of Entitlement
... The fee of each successfully obtained COE is added on the costs of a new car based on engine size (usually lower for cars with 1600cc engine or smaller, and higher vice versa) ... The January 2012 COE for Cat A (1600 cc engine and below) was $48,112 and Category B (1601 cc engine and larger) was $67,889 ...
Fiat 16-20 HP
... in 1903, wheelbase of 2,120 mm (83.5 in) and a 4-cylinder 4179 cc engine - 20 hp - produced 100 copies, 2nd series in 1904, became the 16-24 HP, wheelbase increased to 2,585 mm (101.8 in) and 4179 cc. 4th series in 1906, with a new 4503 cc engine - produced 290 copies ...
Renault 5 - First Generation (1972–1985) - Chronology
... February 1976 Introduction of the R5 Alpine, with 1397 cc engine with hemispherical combustion chambers, high compression ratio and special 5-speed manual gearbox ... The R5 GTL was also launched in 1976 with the 1289 cc engine from the R5 TS (albeit with the power reduced to 42 bhp), the equipment specification of the R5 TL plus grey side protection strips and some features. 1977 R5 GTL gets opening rear quarter lights and R5 L gets new 845 cc engine ...
Hyundai Grandeur - First Generation (1986–1992) - Background
... offer, giving its platform, internal configuration, and most importantly, engine ... Originally, only a four-cylinder 2,000 cc engine and manual transmission were offered, but later a 2,400 cc engine, a V6 3,000 cc engine, and automatic transmission were equipped ...

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