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- adjective That provides a
viewfrom the rear
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And that innovation, including one of the smartest plug-in electric drive systems in the business as well as onboard navigation and a high-definition rearview camera, is offered at a fully loaded price of about $45,000.
Standard equipment delivered at that price should include four-wheel disc brakes, onboard navigation, front and rear parking proximity warning systems, a high-definition rearview camera, top-notch cabin materials, excellent build quality inside and out, and an overall driving performance so stunning it serves as entertainment in itself.
Moreover, for the money, the Q5 2.0 T Quattro had more stuff - including the high-definition rearview camera that was somehow missing from the long $28,000 list of options in the Cayenne S.
And then unemployment, that's kind of rearview mirror.
As a result, most Americans now view the situation in Iraq as a "rearview" mirror issue -- meaning that the public believes it is time to focus on the process of ending our involvement and getting out quickly.
In December, the federal Department of Transportation said it wants new vehicles to be equipped with devices such as rearview cameras to eliminate blind spots behind cars.
The radar-based system alone costs about $250 and is often packaged with other safety features such as rearview cameras.
And some items that are offered as options for the base RX 350, such as rearview monitor, are listed as "not available" on the base SRX.
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