Car trim typically represents the "trim level" of a specific model. A trim level means that certain items are available with each higher trim level adding more options. For instance, if your vehicle comes equipped with standard clothe seats, leather seating surfaces might be offered in a higher trim level.
One example of a car with various trim levels is the Ford Fusion. This model is sold in S, SE and Titanium trim levels with each one offering additional amenities, but for a correspondingly higher price.
I assume that we are talking about the trim inside the car. My interpretation is that that particularmake and model of car is fitted with luxury trim as standard. In other words, because it is standard, you don't have to pay extra for it.
its the type of trim and the type of accessories and options
se : standard edition sxt : sport trim rt ; racing trim srt ; street racing trim
Not if they are equipped the same. They are the same car underneath the trim.Not if they are equipped the same. They are the same car underneath the trim.
It stands for the trim package on the car or Luxury, it depends on what car.
It's just a trim level
its just the trim of the car
Good luck with that. The best way is not to get any wax on the trim in the first place.
The VIN can reveal a number of things about a car, including its airbag type, country of origin, engine size, model year and trim level. But it will not tell you the original equipment installed on the car. As the VIN will tell you the trim level it is easy to find out what was the original equipment that came on that particular trim level.
EX is the trim package that a certain car is equiped is with.
Hey trim guy--- do i just pry-off slim-skinny vertical outside trim piece or do i have to take out the inside headliner to git to the fastener that secures trim piece to outside of car?? It's my landlady's car & she'll kill me dead if i botch this, so... Help save-a-life today....