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According to Davis Musoke, a small-scale dealer, in Uganda, the following generations were and some are still popular: The fifth generation (1985-1988 X70 series), the sixth generation (1988-1992 X80 series), the seventh generation (1992-1996 X90 series) with a thin long tail light cutting across, the eighth generation (1996-2000 X100 series) and the ninth generation (2000-2004 X 110 series) also locally called Kitala (owing to its big front and tail lights).

Toyota yaroslavl: Drunk drives half-car with dead friend after crash (VIDEO)

The driver was toxicologically examined, interrogated, but later on he was allowed to go home because a sobering-up center in Yaroslavl no longer exists, Life News reported. Later, a court ordered the man be arrested for 15 days and stripped him of his driving license for a year-and-a-half. If the driver’s fault in the passenger’s death is proven it could result in a prison sentence for up to seven years.

Auto zoom 916 bbb: This “List” Says T-Mobile Is The Third Most-Hated Company In America

I have been a Tmobile customer for seven years, and I’m reasonably happy with my experience. However, I do see the writing on the wall: 1. Whereas I could count on a positive customer service experience, I now dread calling. No, I do not have unreasonable requests.Yes, I do my research. Yet somehow, recently I have been coming across belligerent csr’s and very uninformed ones. This speaks of the second issue. 2. It seems that many Tmo employees are frustrated. I interact with many of them. Perhaps it’s the strain to perform, job insecurity, or poor management. All I can say is that things took a turn for the worse during the height of the merger talks with ATT and have not returned to pre-talk levels. 3. Tmo does have serious network issues and the frivolous recent statements of the new CEO don’t inspire hope that they are serious about making the necessary long-term investment to correct the problem. It doesn’t matter if you have unlimited data, when you can’t get a proper data signal. This is 2013 for heaven’s sake. 4. Tmo’s pricing structure is confusing and not always advantageous to customers. For example, no matter what the apologists say, value plans are not that great a value, especially if you’re forced to pay inflated prices and still be bound by a contract for all the phones connected to your account, and that contract renews if you make any changes. So, in exchange for a relatively insignificant monthly deduction on your bill, you end up tied to Tmo and its poor service with phone that reaches obsolescence within 9 months, while still having to pay for it for another 15 months. Customers smell BS, and no amount of defense from Tmo evangelists is going to convince them otherwise. 5. For all the above reasons, people are leaving Tmo en masse. Thus it’s solvency and profitability, even after that $1 billion bonus from ATT are still an issue. The new ceo can talk smack as much as he likes, but he has to address these core problems. Unfortunately, he wants to go the route of being the “uncarrier.” Yet, the bread and butter of any carrier is not the teenyboppers to whom this kind of language/message appeals, but their parents and older siblings who pay their bills reliably. They want a carrier that has enough scope so they can make calls and data connections when and where they want, customer service that is courteous, efficient, and responsive, and plans that are understandable and reasonable.

Toyota avensis 2005 wagon: Easy motoring in Toyota wagons

But it has never sold well here, and the major reason was because it was sourced from the UK. Toyota New Zealand needed an estate vehicle to replace the Camry wagon, and its only choice was to import the Avensis from Europe. But this meant the retail price was higher than equivalent product sourced out of Japan by other marques, and as a result sales never did reach the levels they perhaps deserved to.

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The Cambridge, Mass.-based company signed up more than 760,000 members since its founding in 2000 but struggled to post a consistent profit. On Wednesday, Zipcar agreed to sell itself to Avis Budget Group Inc. for about $500 million, or $12.25 a share, well above its recent trading price but below its initial-public-offering price.