- Crank up your vehicle’s style with the subtle look of Trim Illusions Window Sill Trim
- Tailor made for a perfect fit on your year, make and model
- Crafted from chrome-plated ABS or stainless steel depending on vehicle
- Polished to a mirror shine
- Installs securely with automotive-grade 3M adhesive (installation instructions)
- Your Trim Illusions Window Sill Trim comes with a 2-year warranty
If you want to electrify the look of your rig, it all boils down to details. Slathering every inch of fender, bumper and hood with polished metal might make your ride shine in the sun, but it won't win you any awards at a car show. The subtlest touches often make the boldest statements, and the Trim Illusions Window Sill Trim speaks volumes.
Custom sculpted for a form fit, Trim Illusions Window Sill Trim rides flush along the base of your windows, accentuating the sleek shape of your car, truck or SUV's profile. Plus, Trim Illusions Trim crafts your car window trim from tough-as-nails material that's polished to perfection and won't rust like aluminum.
Forget about drilling, pop-riveting and welding—Trim Illusions Window Sill Trim mounts securely with automotive-grade 3M adhesive. Just peel off the backing, stick it into place and you're ready to roll in style. And, it's backed by a 2-year warranty.
Trim Illusions Window Sill Trim Customer Reviews
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Reviewed by Lamont H (TULALIP, WA) Reviewed for a 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe — Sep 15, 2015 12:13 PM
picturs shown are not that of an 08 F-150 Super Crew and the black molding in the corner of the rear window makes it look like part of the window trim is missing. When you advertise an item please show the model that the customer is purchesing so as he knows what it will look like.
Reviewed by Sammie D (MESQUITE, TX) Reviewed for a 2011 GMC Sierra — Oct 17, 2014 4:43 AM
The window sill look better than I imagine. It really brought out the blackness out of my 2011 GMC Sierra Denali. Would recomend for looks.
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