I just think they clutter the linesMarkyMUK said:My experience is that those that debadged (or have it unbadged from the factory) are usually BMW or Audi drivers with the lowest powered/least expensive model in a chassis range. So they debadge thinking it makes their car look more expensive/more powerful.
My Audi seem to be the exception as it was the most powerful engine of its year but the original owner ordered it from the factory without badges :?:
It worked, last night I parked it in the darkMarkyMUK said:Park it in such a way that you can't see them...after all when you're driving it you can't :lol:
Ah, I like the hybrid but not the badgeans said:why pay for a hybrid and not be proud of it :?
Hope you are rightans said:Take it off then its only held on by 3 m tape I believe .you can always put it back on
Its all down to personnel taste
Thanks may be my week-end taskDutCHR said:The Hybrid badges are only sticked. Heat it up with a hair dryer and use some fishing wire to take the badges off.. roll/pull the little pieces off and polish it.
Replace can be done easy, Only use some new adhesive tape.