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Hi there,

Could you tell me what do they mean in here? read and quoted from an American car magazine.


This (jeep) interior has black an accent (s) in every panel. (Mean look? emphasized black? or something else?)

This jeep has a high pitch bumper. (Means strong? or angle? or maybe something else?)


Thanks in advance.

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John Aki

Hi there,

Could you tell me what do they mean in here? read and quoted from an American car magazine.


This (jeep) interior has black an accent (s) in every panel. (Mean look? emphasized black? or something else?)

This jeep has a high pitch bumper. (Means strong? or angle? or maybe something else?)


Thanks in advance.

Are you 100% sure this is a direct quote from a car magazine? They don't sound like a professional automotive editorial. An accent is a decorative trim. Usually, when a car has a black interior, the rhetoric would be something like " The 2020 Wrangler comes in 3 trims levels. The mid-level EX is equipped with front powered leather seats and a black interior accented with simulated mahogany wood trim on the door panels".

Thanks Sir,

How about,

This jeep has a high pitch bumper. (Means strong? or angle? or maybe something else?)


Cheers.

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John AkiThis jeep has a high pitch bumper. (Means strong? or angle? or maybe something else?)

That's why I asked if the sentences came directly from an automotive magazine. I have no clue what a "high pitch" bumper is. I love cars but never heard of this term.

Hi Mr anonymous,

Since you are a car lover/expert, would you please teach me these specific car terms on the idiom?

The original post was in, please reply me either here or there.

https://www.englishforums.com/English/GrammarHelpPlease/bpddxh/post.htm


This car has wood simulated accented trim on the panels. ("Accented trim" means decoration I think?)

This car has simulated leather accent on the seats. ("Accent" here means decoration I guess?)

This car has simulated leather accented trim on the seats. (Does it make sense to combine these two words "accented trim"?)


Cheers.