Yes...it is the $294 B&I small molded kit purchased through CARiD. Molded pieces included the dash bezel, shifter surround, and door panels. A few other flat pieces were included in the small kit but I haven't installed all of those and probably won't. I mainly wanted to cover the bright silver radio bezel...and the ugly piece around the shifter. As I mentioned, I've installed kits in Ford trucks, Toyota trucks, and a couple of Jeeps. The material is incredibly tough, easy to clean (I use Pledge), and simply does not come off if you do the prep work correctly. In fact, make sure you test fit and position each piece perfectly before you press it down...because you will never get it off again.
One (actually 2) of the pieces I did not install was for the steering wheel. There are 2 flat pieces to go on the silver part of the Canyon wheel. Those pieces really should be molded rather than flat. I just noticed that in the kit for the Colorado, the steering wheel overlay is, in fact, a molded piece.
The bezel piece was not exactly easy. I actually test fit it about a dozen times before finally getting the courage to remove the backing from the tape. I also removed the bezel and painted just the inner and outer edges black before applying the overlay. Most of that was not necessary. It turns out the only silver left showing would have been a narrow strip around the upper part of the radio opening .
Last edited by moabite; 12-11-2016 at 12:14 PM.