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They look great and not too flashy.

I think it gives the CT200H more character and as Matt said it complement the chrome molding around the windows. I would say rather than breaking the flow of the dark tinted windows the contrast enhances it more. I think they look great at night or in low light.

So here's my smoky granite CT200H with the new "ghetto" look... :D
Also thinking to add the door chrome at the bottom as well.
 

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I like it. Breaks the dark car/dark tint. :)
I was thinking along the same concept. I have the smoky granite with dark tint I like how the chrome pillars reinforces the outline of the window and the contrast adds a new dimension to the overall profile of the CT.


How is it attached?
It uses standard 3M adhesive just peel off the red plastic backing and attach directly to the pillar post.
 

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Hmmm... :) Are they are equals to the existing window moldings, i mean color/tone? for the first look it seems that there is a little difference.
The ones I have seems to closely match existing window molding. I think the perceived difference is due to variation in size and orientation. The chrome pillar are wide and vertical whereas the window molding are narrow and mostly horizontal. So the larger area tend to look a bit brighter.

To answer your question- yes the color/tone are a match.
 
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