Mopar is the parts, service and customer care organization within Chrysler Group LLC. Mopar also designs and builds a small number of customized vehicles. The term was first used by Chrysler in the 1920s and was introduced as a brand starting in 1937. Mopar parts are original equipment manufactured parts for Chrysler vehicles. And the company has just introduced in L.A. some new accessories for the Fiat 500X.
The Fiat 500X has already offered plenty of variety being available in five trims and twelve exterior colours. Now Mopar is adding somewhere around 100 accessories which certainly offer individualization for each future customer. The model exhibited in L.A. features a red hood and roof graphics as well as red and grey body side graphics. The five-seater with superior ride and handling, is equipped with a set of Pirelli rubbers, which are mated with satin black 18-inch Mopar wheels. Other elements worth mentioning are the Satin Black “wings” on the chrome rear and front badges as well as a glossy black painted exhaust tip.
The Fiat 500X is distinguished by Tuscany Katzkin Leather wrapped seats, a steering wheel and shifter boot trimmed with red accent stitching, bright pedal kit and rear cargo organizer wearing the automaker’s logo. Other goodies are the Graphics Packages with more than 20 different exterior graphics packages, sets of 18-inch wheels in three different color options, Racks and Carriers for bikes, skis, snowboards and luggage. The most interesting option is an EVTS that is the Mopar Electronic Vehicle Tracking System which is a GPS-enabled stolen vehicle recovery system, which serves to add more protection to the vehicle. So if you ever get tired of your Fiat 500X there are enough new things to choose from Mopar that can get you out of the routine.
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