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SEMA News names the 2010 Most Accessory-Friendly Vehicles

What 2010 model car, truck, SUV, and hybrid allows the most and easiest aftermarket customization? Car Tech gets the scoop from SEMA News.

2010 Chevrolet Camaro
According to SEMA News, the 2010 Camaro is one of the most customizable vehicles on the road. CNET

Well, the 2010 SEMA Show is long over, but the members of the Specialty Equipment Market Association are still at work doing whatever else they do when they're not putting together banging car shows.

The 2010 Chevrolet Camaro leads the charge as the most accessory-friendly car, earning its position with its reasonable sticker price, which should leave plenty of cash in your pocket for the many styling accessories for the retro futuristic body and performance accessories for its mod-friendly LS-series V-8 engine.

2010 Toyota 4Runner Trail
The Toyota 4Runner Trail has a host of aftermarket off-roading parts available. Toyota

Representing for the trucks category is the Ford F-Series Super Duty, which isn't surprising considering the broad range of available power trains and an almost endless stream of accessories for both work and play. In the SUV category, the Toyota 4Runner racks up a win, partially because it is one of the last mass-produced true off-roaders available today, and there's a pretty big market for accessories that let you play in the dirt.

Finally, SEMA chose the 2010 Chevrolet Silverado Hybrid for the hybrid category--because, let's face it, folks just aren't modding Priuses in a major way. Plus, the Silverado Hybrid has access to most of the styling and performance accessories of the conventional Silverado.

So, what do you think? Are these the most accessory-friendly vehicles on the market today, or has a better candidate been overlooked? Sound off in the comments with your thoughts.

(Source: SEMA News)