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quarter-lights

Windows at an oblique angle between the front windshield and the side window.
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Standard equipment on the entry level Pop model includes remote central locking, electric front windows with one-touch lowering, electrically adjusted and adjustable door mirrors, body coloured bumpers and mirror covers, height-adjustable driver's seat with lumbar support and an arm rest and opening rear quarter-light windows.
It will be offered in three trim levels: Pop, Lounge and Trekking with standard equipment on the entry level Pop model including remote central locking, electric front windows, electrically adjusted door mirrors, body coloured bumpers and mirror covers, heightadjustable driver's seat with lumbar support and an arm rest and opening rear quarter-light windows.
Standard equipment on the entry level Pop model includes remote central locking, electric front windows with onetouch lowering, electrically adjusted and adjustable door mirrors, body coloured bumpers and mirror covers, heightadjustable driver's seat with lumbar support and an arm rest and opening rear quarter-light windows.
Roundabouts can also be difficult although the small quarter-light windows help.
Smashed front passenger quarter-light window, entered vehicle and stole property.
Each one of the seven passengers has decent room to stretch out and even the rear most passengers can benefit from electrically opening rear quarter-light windows.
Raiders smashed the quarter-light of a new Honda CRV, which was parked at the Sutton Road sports field, to take a radio fascia and mobile telephone.
To enhance part performance while reducing both cost and weight, Daimler-Benz has specified Santoprene thermoplastic robber to encapsulate the quarter-light windows of the A-Class series, according to e material s manufacturer.
I parked my car in a multi-storey car park last week and came back to it an hour later to discover my quarter-light smashed and radio CD player had been ripped out, also numerous CDs had been stolen as well.
One night recently, a senior politician I know had a quarter-light window in her car broken.
Broken quarter-light catches, detached door handles and window winders, corroded, elderly AA badges which would surely be worth a bit of cash now if only they had been rescued.