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What do you think should be the first aftermarket accessories for the exterior?

Does the Fusion need more attitude? Do you have suggestions about styling?

Any ideas, input or opinions?

Considering getting one, and have ability to add supercharger, but would like to see about what can be done to bring the styling to a different level as well.

Thanks in advance!
 

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I would like to see better than factory wheel well liners. I see alot of exposed body metal not to mention gas vent tube. It looks like over time the tire will sand or salt blast the galvinized coating. These liners need to stop the salt or sand from getting between the body
and the liner. The factory liner at the rear wheel well alows salt and sand to be trapped at the lower front quadrunt. Just allow the liner to extend down past the body 1/8".

Just looking for longevity! l
 

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Nice observation, especially for those who live in cold states where salt is used in snow control on the roads.

Are there any features of the vehicle styling you would like to see available in the aftermarket as well?
 

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I have a Milan and improvement could be made in the lower right and left front. The Milan has a short section of grill on the lower right and left. These grill sections have the factory fog lamps mounted in them but without the lamps, they are just there for looks. Other than that they catch bugs, road grime and air. I would like to have some clear lexan flush mount covers that would make the car a little smoother in the wind. I am not sure how this will effect the light from the fog lamp.

Thanks for asking.
 

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I agree with above. The whole wheel well area looks cheap. I would like to see some nice looking molded splash guards like are on the Honda Accord or Nissan Altima. The flat ones just look tacky. Would also like to do something with that foglight area on the SE that doesn't have factory lights. Remove the black plastic inserts and replace with something else--either chrome or lights that would insert without looking "added on." Also some more choices on rear spoilers.
 

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[quote author=Axiom link=topic=37697.msg545437#msg545437 date=1137368894]
What do you think should be the first aftermarket accessories for the exterior?

Does the Fusion need more attitude?  Do you have suggestions about styling?

Any ideas, input or opinions? 

Considering getting one, and have ability to add supercharger, but would like to see about what can be done to bring the styling to a different level as well.

Thanks in advance!
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Better looking tails would be better, especially a LED tail light kit
 

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Axiom I am on the teamzx2 website as well (Ivyleaguezx2). I mentioned this in your post on there but a black widow style kit I think would be nice. or possibly a nice outward sloping front piece would do the car even more justice as it would flow in a more sporty manner IMO.
 

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Better looking tails would be better, especially a LED tail light kit
2nd that, along with the draxas "old school" style honeycomb grille. For some reason the honeycomb grille looks better then 3 chrome plated 2x4's on the front.
 

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I like the "Gillette" style thank you very much :p
 

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[quote author=DARKSUN link=topic=37697.msg602618#msg602618 date=1141359587]
I like the "Gillette" style thank you very much :p
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But Gillette's up to 5 bars now! ;)
 
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