ypsilon


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yp·si·lon

(ŭp′sə-lŏn′, yōōp′-)
n.
Variant of upsilon.
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Distinctive styling and a frugal TwinAir petrol engine are both big draws for this Ypsilon as a used buy, as are impressively low running costs.
The Lancia Ypsilon scored 79% in child occupant protection, including maximum points for 1 and a half, and three-year-old dummies.
The Ypsilon was a stylish five-door compact hatch, with hidden rear door handles giving it the look typical of a more sporty three-door coupe.
Apos 12 anos na empresa Ypsilon, sua matriz transferiu-se para Sao Paulo e Dirceu recebeu a proposta de transferencia.
The Ypsilon features natty new seats and choice of three petrol and diesel engines - a 1.3-litre MultiJet 95bhp diesel, a 0.9-litre 85bhp petrol and the 1.2-litre power unit under the bonnet of my motor.
The Ypsilon also features natty new seats and a choice of three Fiatsourced petrol and diesel engines - a 1.3-litre MultiJet 95bhp diesel, a 0.9-litre 85bhp petrol and the 1.2-litre power unit under the bonnet of my motor.
Rebadged as a Chrysler, the Ypsilon is a rare sight out on the road but probably more common than the Delta, the other rebadged Lancia on sale in the UK.
In a sector with oodles to choose from, from racy to retro, stylish to staid, the Ypsilon is one of the few that has a unique look with its large headlamps, shield grille, low air intake and high rear spoiler.
The Ypsilon is the first ever city car from Chrysler and boasts an official fuel consumption of up to 88.3mpg (combined cycle) with emissions as low as 97g/km.
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CO2 emissions: 99g/km BIK rating: 10% Warranty: 3yrs/ 60,000 miles Marks: 8/10 Main rival: Fiat 500 MY first drive in the little Chrysler Ypsilon was huge fun but the Limited range topper is very expensive.
Unlike in the graph in Figure 7b in (Marble, 2008), showing dependence [absolute value of B] = f(x), however, the dependence selected for the measurement on the feasible assemblies 1 and 2 was [B.sub.y] = f(x), hence the dependence of only the ypsilon component of vector B on parameter x.