Mercedes-Benz Pillar Post Trim

With a lineup that includes entry-level luxury cars like the CLA and crossover GLA to 12-cylinder SUVs that cost more than some houses, Mercedes-Benz is one of the world’s best-known luxury automakers. The Mercedes-Benz C-Class is the automaker’s most popular vehicle, beating out the E-Class line of cars and as well as the new GLC-Class crossover. In additon to their new offerings, Mercedes vehicles age well so there's certainly no shortage of older models on the road. So, whether you've got a late-model Benz or an older Mercedes, we've got all of the options you need to upgrade, protect and refinish your pillar posts.

What Are Pillars Anyway?

In essence, your Mercedes-Benz's pillars are the vertical support posts which are located around all the glass on your ride. They're not only important for holding glass in place but they also add structural integrity to a vehicle, primarily the roof. The "A" pillars holds the windshield in place while the "B" pillars start at the end of the first door and usually offer substantial structural support for the roof. Depending on the design, there may be multiple pieces attached to increase the integrity of the roof. They are also responsible for where a door's latch connects to the body. "C" pillars hold a vehicle's rear window in place unless there are additional windows, in which case these may be termed "D" pillars.


Mercedes-Benz Rtrim™ Pillar Post Trim

Rtrim™ Mercedes-Benz Pillar Trim kits are precut to fit your vehicle's model and year. In order to find the right set for you all you have to do is use our intuitive product selector to choose your make, model and year and then find the product diagram of your vehicle to see if the trim it we offer matches your ride. Choose from a wide variety of finishes such as Carbon Fiber, Leather, Wood as well as in specialty finishes like Diamond Plate and Camo patterns. Designed for performance and ease of installation, these trims are made using the latest in air-release, pressure-sensitive adhesive technology.

How to Install Your  Mercedes-Benz Rtrim™ Pillar Trim Kit

Installing your Mercedes-Benz Rtrim™ Pillar Trim t couldn't be easier. Just follow these five steps:

  1. Clean with isopropyl alcohol or Rapid Prep
  2. Dry with a lint-free cloth
  3. Align the precut pieces
  4. Apply the trim with a squeegee
  5. Heat cure and trim

It's just that easy. Plus, since Rtrim™ is made using semi-permanent adhesives you can remove them at any time without causing damage. This way you can preserve your resale value or just switch it up.

Rwraps™ and 3M™ Pillar Post Wraps

Want to find out how to wrap your pillar posts and save both time and money? Check out our 6-step guide for a more in-depth look but if you can't find a precut pillar post kit then our 3M™ or Rwraps™ Pillar Post Wrap might be the best option for you. We find that our pillar wraps are usually a good option if you want to wrap more than just the A, B and C pillars but are looking to wrap your panels, window trim and rearview mirrors to and get a completely custom look.

Restyle Your Mercedes-Benz and Get Cash Back

When you add the style of an Rtrim™ Pillar Trim kit or wrap your pillars with 3M™ 1080 Series film and send us six or more high-quality images you could receive a rebate refund of up to $20! And, if you also leave a review, you could get $50 in savings! It's a win-win so what are you waiting for?

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Vinyl wrap
by James williams, Kansas City no. 5.00

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Install was easy and quick. Great product

by CHUCKY, B'HAM , AL 4.25

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These look great but very thin and flimsy - kind of scared to how they will hold up in the rain, wind, and elements - I guess time will tell but not betting on it

Side Pillars for 2013 Mercedes Benz CLS550
by FyrEater21, Chicago, IL 5.00

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I had discoloration on my drivers side pillar between the front and back door. I went online to find a vinyl wrap to cover them and give a cleaner look. I was getting ready to sell the car and didn't want another noticeable mark on my car. I ended up selling it yesterday, so I didn't enjoy them very long. But, they looked great for the couple days I had them!
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