parts bin

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: bin - a bin for holding spare parts
bin - a container; usually has a lid
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Hybrid power is complemented by a DSG twin clutch gearbox borrowed from the VW parts bin - no bad thing, as this is one of the best transmissions around.
"Filling up a parts bin does not happen in one fiscal year cycle," he said.
Both brands are now under the Geely umbrella, which provides Lotus with unrestricted access to Volvo's parts bin. Autocar has reported that the yet-unnamed model is likely to be built on an evolution of the modular SPA platform from the Volvo XC90 and the XC60, among other models.
Trims are more individual that those in the Polo but all switches and stalks are straight out of the VW parts bin.
* Adjusting the parts bin on an assembly line reduced reaching by 50%, which cut ergonomic risk to workers' shoulders and improved assembly speed by 4%.
Fast-forward almost half a century and the current car still represents a real bargain, but with the VW Group parts bin at its disposal, there's nothing antiquated about its engineering or design.
Of course, this is not an Aston Martin, and contains nothing from their parts bin. And even someone as wealthy as David Brown doesn't have the resources to build a platform from scratch.
Indeed, the top-of-therange Laureate dCi 110 that I drove gave me deja vu with evidence of a rummage in the Renault parts bin, including the fuel and temp gauge, which was a feature of Clios of past years.
Interior trims are more individual that those in the Polo but all switches and stalks are straight out of the VW parts bin. Avoid any that have Sports suspension if you want a comfortable ride.
SKODA has been on a roll for quite a few years now and the crossover Yeti represents all that''s good about the 'new'' Skoda: a bold product that pilfers shamelessly from the parts bin of parent group Volkswagen to make a distinctive and quality all-rounder.
It was built around the mechanicals of the Austin A90 Atlantic and some have unkindly dubbed it a parts bin car but despite such claims it became a landmark in British motoring history.
The K80 call light is a simple solution for keeping parts bins stocked and the assembly line productive: It emits a flashing red signal from a large 50 mm dome-visible from 180 degrees-to notify stocking personnel when parts bin supplies must be replenished.