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Fyn

 (fĭn, fün)
An island of south-central Denmark west of Sjaelland. Its chief products are dairy goods and cereals.

Fyn

(Danish fyːn)
n
(Placename) the Danish name for Funen

Fyn

(fün)

n.
an island of Denmark, between Jutland and Zealand. 446,233; 1149 sq. mi. (2975 sq. km). German, Fünen.
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Mercedes-Benz, a subsidiary of Daimler AG (NYSE: DAI), has launched its SLK in South Africa.
The SLK 200 gets a new engine that produces the same 181bhp as currently but has more torque.
Looks that hark back to the legendary 190 SL from the 1950s, regarded by many as being the original SLK, defined the car's low-slung style with its long bonnet, set-back cabin and short tail end.
The SLK has always been a tremendous favourite of the petrol-powered lobby but the introduction of a four-cylinder diesel under this bonnet did not come as a surprise.
Gopal Amin, President and CEO of SLK Global said, “One of the key factors driving our success and growth is the innovative engagement models we offer to our customers.
The compact roadster is the most powerful SLK of all time, its makers say.
Driven took out the 306bhp, V6-powered SLK 350, although it is also available in the UAE in the smaller 200 and 250 models.
Not just the best SLK ever, this is a fast, frugal and neat-handling two-seater that'll cost you buttons to run.
Mercedes don't have any excuse for painting the SLK - but it's also a stunning machine.
The first ever oil-burning version of the SLK is due to arrive here in just a few months with an enormous driving range thanks to its economy of more than 55mpg.
1-litre engine turbo charged to deliver 204bhp, the SLK 250 CDI is said to be capable of accelerating from 0 to 60mph in less than seven seconds with a top speed in excess of 150mph.
5L, the SLK also includes a distinctively aggressive design and an impressive sporty architecture.