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Hallo Mensen,


Even voorstellen, Paul 51 jaar, professioneel car detailer maar nog geen Sorento rijder.

Ongeveer 7 jaar geleden de Sorento diesel ingeruild op een Sportage benzine en daarna wat andere merken gaan rijden.

Nu heb ik mijn oog laten vallen op de Sorento 3.3 benzine, een zwarte of een antraciet.

Wij rijden niet zoveel kilometers en ik wil graag weer hoog zitten en automaat rijden.


Mijn vraag is....hebben jullie een link van een shop of bedrijf die mooie upgrades voor deze Sorento kan leveren.

3.3 benzine, bouwjaar 2007 of 2008.

Denk aan body kit, drl lampen, skirts, interieur led verlichting, uitlaat stukken, grill.

Niet te opzichtig maar wel net even een persoonlijke touch.


Ik volg met veel interesse de posts van Lique want op haar Sorento zitten een paar prachtige upgrades.

Niet overdone, niet teveel chrome en/of van die lelijke bullbars (sorry...) 


Na aankoop zal ik wat leuke foto's maken van de werkzaamheden en het car detailing werk.


Groet Paul


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Dank u  :-D


Je hangt tegenwoordig toch wel wat op Ebay (veel kitschzooi)  of amazon.de vast als je aan mods voor deze auto's wilt komen. Er zijn nog wat shops in de VS die mods voor de oudere modellen hebben, maar die vragen dan de hoofdprijs aan verzendkosten. Ik heb toendertijd de bodykitdelen nog in NL kunnen kopen van een winkel die ermee kapte. De DRLs komen uit china en LED-interieurverlichting wordt meestal zelf in elkaar geknutseld. 

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Het bling, chroom en kitsch spul wil ik graag vermijden, he he.

Ik zal eens wat struinen op ebay.

Dank voor de tip.

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