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  • noun Plural form of D-pillar.

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Examples

  • The big D-pillars around the hatch, while seductively shaped, made the rearward view akin to looking out the window of a business envelope.

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  • From command central the view is clear to all corners once you make friends with those D-pillars.

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  • A hastily snapped interior shot reveals relatively small quarter windows behind the C-pillars and huge D-pillars at each corner.

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  • Finally, baked-on expandable foam baffles in the fenders and D-pillars help seal out unwanted road noise.

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  • The fully carpeted rear load space is illuminated by two interior lights mounted on the inside of the D-pillars.

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  • Visibility is a major weakness that should have been addressed with blind-spot mirrors or alerts, smaller D-pillars and bigger windows.

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  • The windshield is raked back at a steeper angle than prior iterations, and the blacked-out B - and D-pillars that have been a hallmark of every Explorer are now complemented by matching

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  • Finally, baked-on expandable foam baffles in the fenders and D-pillars help seal out unwanted road noise.

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  • The windshield is raked back at a steeper angle than prior iterations, and the blacked-out B - and D-pillars that have been a hallmark of every Explorer are now complemented by matching

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  • This provides a flowing, flawless line to the rear of the car, complementing the exquisitely formed D-pillars - whose complex curves can only be created by skilled coach-builders.

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