From a car, I know the CTA’s new “C” trims are sleek, comfortable, and comfortable.
I know that the C and C+ trims look good in real life, too.
And I know they look better on the street than in a photo.
But there’s one thing I don’t know about CTA vehicles: Which trims to get, and which are the best to get?
That’s the biggest question in the city.
But as you read through this column, you’ll find more than a few answers to it.
If you’ve got any questions about this column or the CCTA’s upcoming fleet changes, please contact the editor.
Read More And if you want a more detailed rundown on what to expect, we’ve put together a handy infographic that includes all of the CTCA’s trims, along with a brief description of what they’re all about.