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In March 2004, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the manufacture of the first advanced hydraulic hybrid SUV. NextEnergy, a Michigan nonprofit organization states that hydraulic hybrid cars, trucks, and SUVs use a regenerative braking system. This means that when the hybrid driver brakes his or her car, truck, or SUV to a stop, the vehicle motor pumps fluid from a low-pressure chamber to a high-pressure chamber. The fluid that is pumped is hydraulic, and has the ability to pressurize the braking system by compressing nitrogen gas in the high-pressure chamber. As the system is pressurized, energy is stored by a system battery, to be used during vehicle acceleration or in other driving modes.
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Hello from Dutchman Enterprises. We appreciate your having taken the time at some time in the past to request a quote for a PICC for one or more vehicles(s). We were concerned about EPA issues with the technology originally, but we have re-designed around those considerations and we are no longer concerned about our special catalytic converter qualifying with the EPA.
Toyota FJ Cruiser Living up to its Motto You may have seen Toyota FJ Cruisers motto "Leave no stone unclimbed" and the Toyota FJ Cruiser is certainly living up to that motto! With the great power of the SUV, you can use the vehicle to climb any rough terrain. Toyota FJ Cruiser gets the great power from 4.0L V6 engine with VVT-i, rated at 239 hp (178 kW) at 5200 rpm. The great power delivered by the Toyota FJ Cruiser is really a boon to the off-road driving enthusiasts.
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