Trim Level

Some articles on trim levels, trim level, trims, trim:

Ford Escort (North America) - Second Generation (1991–1996)
... in 1992, after the sedan was introduced, available in either LX or LX-E trim levels ... The Pony departed in 1992, replaced by the Standard trim level ... Trim levels were originally Pony, LX, and GT the GT was the North American equivalent of the European XR3i version ...
Ford Zetec Engine - Zetec Name As A Trim Level
... In 1998, Ford of Britain applied the Zetec name to a trim level in the Fiesta range, replacing the Si ... name has become a key staple of the Ford trim level hierarchy, serving as the sports-styled variant in most ranges ... Nowadays, the Zetec name is used exclusively in a trim level capacity, with no engines called as such ...
AMC Hornet - International Markets - Mexico
... equivalent AMC Hornet DL wagon with automatic transmission The VAM cars came with different trims and interiors than the equivalent AMC-made models ... market 1977 Gremlin front end, while its interior trim featured premium seats and upholstery ... The 1970 and 1971 Rambler Americans were restricted to a single nameless trim level (equivalent to the US SST models), the only optional package available ...
Subaru Legacy (first Generation) - 1991 Facelift and Other Changes
... For MY 1994, the USA-spec wagons were available with minor trim packages, called the Alpine Sport and Sun Sport, which were basically "L" trim level ... The red plastic rear trim piece, on both the sedan and wagon, continues but the word "Subaru" is exchanged for the word "Legacy". 220, which had much of the luxury equipment from the VZ trim level and the 2.2 SOHC engine installed in only the Touring Wagon ...
Saturn S-Series - First Generation - First Generation SC
... Originally only one trim level, SC, was available, with a DOHC 1.9 L I4 LL0 engine that was rated at 124 hp (92 kW) ... For 1993, the original SC trim level was renamed SC2, and an SC1 trim level was introduced ...

Famous quotes containing the words level and/or trim:

    Alle fresh the level pasture lay,
    And not a shadowe mote by seene,
    Save where full fyve good miles away
    The steeple towered from out the greene,
    Jean Ingelow (1820–1897)

    When we think of him, he is without a hat, standing in the wind and weather. He was impatient of topcoats and hats, preferring to be exposed, and he was young enough and tough enough to enjoy the cold and the wind of those times.... It can be said of him, as of few men in a like position, that he did not fear the weather, and did not trim his sails, but instead challenged the wind itself, to improve its direction and to cause it to blow more softly and more kindly over the world and its people.
    —E.B. (Elwyn Brooks)