Mopar offers grilles and wheels for Chrysler 300
Chrysler, in a press statement has announced the launch of eight custom grilles and six wheel design packaged for the 2011 Chrysler 300. The company’s flagship sedan owners will have the options to choose from the customizable and personalized car additions. The parts will be manufactured by Mopar, which distributed approximately 280,000 parts and accessories in more than 90 countries, which include parts for Jeep, Dodge, Ram and Fiat apart from Chrysler.
The release elucidates that while the biller aluminum made grilles will cost owners anywhere in between $310 and $710, the wheels, which will be available in 18-inch, 19-inch and 20-inch designs will cost owners $265 to $610.
“Mopar is offering a full menu of grilles and wheels for those looking to customize and personalize their all-new Chrysler 300,” said Pietro Gorlier, President and CEO of Mopar, Chrysler Group LLC. “By itself, the Chrysler 300 makes a statement. Our grilles and wheels provide exclamation points. And unlike other aftermarket offerings, our grilles are specifically tested for aero, cooling and thermal, and our wheels are specifically designed and tested for durability and impact.”
Though being manufactured by Mopar, the designs for the grilles have been made by Chrysler to ensure perfect fit. The press release lists out the grille options: “The selection includes a 13-bar grille and a diamond-pattern grille, both constructed of billet aluminum. Both grilles are chrome-plated and polished to a high luster. The 13-bar grille features narrow horizontal, 5mm blades patterned within the traditional Chrysler 300 grille shape that first defined the model more than 55 years ago. The diamond-pattern grille features 154 individual diamond shapes and has a high-chrome polish.”
Owners of the 2011 Chrysler 300 can now choose from the custom range of grilles and wheels to make their cars stand out from the crowd.
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