I say go for the window tints fella as said makes a big difference I bought mine with out so I think I paid £170ish and I went dark here is a pick
not sure about the rear boot lip but all the titaniums I have seen have had a chrome boot strip but as you say they look better with out it
Thanks for the pic, I'm definitely coming around to the tints. I like your alloys, not seen those before, are they ford ones or have you bought different ones and used the ford centre caps?
With cree reverse bulb fitted on both sides I've got at least an 8 foot beam of 6000k white light from the rear at night very handy and great visibility even in wing mirrors,
I've gotten tint 10% front doors and 35% rear doors and rear window,
Front doors is 25% legal limit,
Factory tint is 15% or less on any car
So by adding 10% tint to it your still road legal and tinted 25% or less
Chrome boot panel came as standard on all titanium spec models but it is a popular part to be stolen,
Yours may have been stolen which would have damaged your boot because the panel you have now doesn't sit under the chrome,
The chrome one is exactly that,
A solid chrome panel
The dual reverse definitely sounds like something that would be useful to me then, especially with the cree bulbs.
The chrome boot strip is interesting if it was standard. I know the previous owner of the car and it was delivered new with the colour coded lip. I guess it could have been stolen from the dealer or a storage compound prior to delivery.
I can't see anything on ford etis or in the brochure about it. Although I did notice that the brochure lists privacy glass as standard on the titanium, so I must have had that deleted.
Getting back to tints then, so its a max of 25% on the front and as dark as you like on the rear?
What do the percentages actually mean? I would assume a 10% tint let's 90% of the light through, is that right?