I've heard a sales guy in a YouTube video say that the Limited Turbo comes with a full 'bright chrome' grill, as opposed to the 'Smoked Chrome' cross-bars of both SEs and the regular Limited.(I couldn't tell for sure from the one in his video)...Can you verify this?
I tend to stick to the even tinting and go with a medium all the way around. It doest draw that much attention, it's safer at night and it cuts like 65% of sun rays which makes a big difference. I have been quoted $175 to the dealer ship of $199. I almost would tend to go to the guy at the dealership and pay a few more bucks because thats pretty much all he works on and has that rear window down solid. Have you tried to clean the rear window from the inside? Also, for those that have the Nav you have to know what you are doing when tinting the rear window. Some tints with metalic particals in them will mess with the Nav system. Be sure your tint guy knows this. Also, I yanked the front dealer license fram off soon as I got home. These cars look so bitchin without that plate on the front! :thumbsup: When DMV sends the new plates, I think I'll keep it in the back truck with the new frame less the receipt for the frame and if I get pulled over I'll say I just got the frame and am in the process of mounting it officer :whistling: :innocent:Here's a pic of the grill.
As you can see, it's raining today and I couldn't get it wiped off very well.
Ohio has some pretty stupid tint laws and now I'm wondering what would look "good" on my car, but still maintain being legal. The front windows can only be 50%, but the back windows and rear glass can be as dark as I want. I don't know if I would like there to be much of a noticeable difference in the degree of tint from back to front and a 50% tint isn't very dark at all. To be legal, I'm also going to have to mount the front license plate to my car. I probably won't do this until I'm either warned/cited to do so because the police don't seem to be sticklers on that violation, but I know several people that have run into window tint issues with the local cops.