Automatic Power Locks: Vehicle doors lock automatically when a certain speed is reached.
Anti-Lock Rear Brakes: Provides increased vehicle control and stopping ability. By preventing the brakes from locking, it also allows the driver to maneuver the vehicle during extreme stopping conditions.
1 Air Shock: One Fox air shock.
2 Air Shocks: Two Fox air shocks.
3 Air Shocks: Three Fox air shocks.
4 Air Shocks: Four Fox air shocks.
Automatic Slip Control: System helps to avoid slippage of driving wheels.
Idler Wheel Kit: Extra idler wheels on the track rail of a snowmobile.
JBL Sound System W/CD: Audio system made by the JBL Corporation that includes a CD player.
JBL Sound System: Audio system made by the JBL Corporation.
Keyless Access System: Keyless access system.
Keyless Entry Keypad: Keyless entry keypad.
Keyless Entry System: A system that allows locking or unlocking without keys. May have a door keypad that locks or unlocks when the correct code is entered. Remote control keyless entry uses a key fob method, the key fob is attached to the key ring and includes symbols or the words ?lock? and ?unlock?. This key fob might also include ?panic alarm? which when pushed will set off the audible alarm on the vehicle.
3-5 Inch Lift Kit: An aftermarket kit that lifts the vehicle 3-5 inches.
6-9 Inch Lift Kit: An aftermarket kit that lifts the vehicle 6-9 inches.
10 Inch Or More Lift Kit: An aftermarket kit that lifts the vehicle 10 or more inches.
Landau/Half Vinyl Roof: Vinyl material covering only half the roof.
Lumber Rack: An overhead rack that extends over the cab to the front of the truck. It is designed to carry lumber that is longer than the truck.
Locking Differential: A device in the differential that limits the speed difference between the two wheels. This prevents one wheel from spinning while the other is stationary, and so improves traction on slippery surfaces. Also called Posi-Traction, Traction-Lok, Anti-spin, and Trac-Loc.
Ladder (vans): An aftermarket ladder used on conversion vans.
Limited Slip Differential: A device in the differential that limits the speed difference between the two wheels. This prevents one wheel from spinning while the other is stationary, and so improves traction on slippery surfaces. Also called Posi-Traction, Traction-Lok, Anti-spin, and Trac-Loc.
Lighted Entry System: Interior lighting activated by the remote entry or by the key unlocking the door. The front and rear seating areas are usually both illuminated.
Larger Capacity Fuel Tnk: Larger capacity than standard capacity fuel tank.
Long Track: Extended tunnel and track on a snowmobile.
Left Hand Throttle: Left hand throttle.
Leather Interior Trim: Leather interior trim.
LoJack Recovery System: Technology which allows a vehicle to be tracked anywhere in the world.
Lowered: Suspension on a vehicle set lower than factory specs to improve appearance and handling.
Leather Shift Knob: The shift knob is covered in leather.
Leather Steering Wheel: A steering wheel wrapped with leather.
Leather Seats: Seating surfaces made from leather.
Louvers: Slanted slats on exterior rear window designed to shade rear seat area.
Lthr/Wood Steer Wheel: Leather with wood trim steering wheel.