What is the difference between the different types of trim

Asked by Dec 13, 2013 at 07:32 PM about the 2010 Chevrolet Camaro

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Car trim refers to the items that can be added to the exterior, and interior, of an automobile to increase its appeal. There are several types of car trim. Some are used to protect the car from unwanted damage that can be caused by surrounding vehicles in a parking lot, while others are simply for aesthetics. Consumers looking for car trim will be able to purchase items, such as special paint, protective add-ons, bumpers, and pinstriping. There are a few levels of trim packages, including base, mid, and high- end. Each trim package includes items, such as upholstery types, that fit into different budget levels. Consumers will be able to purchase several styles of car trim, the most popular being chrome. Several car trims are available in chrome finish, including moldings, center caps, step bars, and running boards. With so many options to choose from, consumers will be able to customize their vehicles to their specifications and preferences.

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http://www.motortrend.com/cars/2010/chevrolet/camaro/ss_coupe/1477/ specifications/ --- this will help you with the differences in trim levels of 2010 camaros.

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