Mopar launches new Chrysler 300 grilles and wheels

Mopar launches new Chrysler 300 grilles and wheels

Mopar, the automobile parts and service arm of Chrysler Group, has recently announced the launch of a special aftermarket range of products which contains six wheel-design packages and eight custom grilles for all-new 2011 Chrysler 300. A diamond-pattern grille together with a 13-bar grille, are polished to a high luster and chrome-plated, being included in the selection. The first one features 154 diamond shapes and a high-chrome, while the later is mainly described by narrow horizontal, 5 mm blades. Three wire-mesh grilles constructed of 2 mm steel wire set in a small-hatch diamond pattern are also included in the new Mopar grille selection and Platinum Chrome, Gloss Black and Bright Chrome finishes will be available for mesh grilles. Furthermore, both black chrome and bright chrome are available to enthusiast buyers. A traditional, heritage type egg-rate grille reminiscent of the one of the 1955 Chrysler 300, the first in a Chrysler 300 letter-car series, is to be offered by Mopar. The prices of the new products will range from $310 to $750. Various finishes as well as 18-inch, 19-inch and 20-inch, are available for the new wheels, while two new different wheels are included, featuring 20-inch x 8-inch with a 10-spoke design that are made of forged aluminum. Mopar also releases a traditional five-spoke design, which measures 20-inch x 8-inch clad in Black Chrome and the finishes integrate Gloss Black and Satin Carbon. A specific 19-inch, eight-spoke, cast-aluminum design is painted in a Satin Carbon finish and is available for those Chrysler 300 models that are equipped with all-wheel drive. The 18-inch wheel is also offered in a Gloss Balck finish and the two five-spoke 18-inch Rallye Wheels will be offered, too. The highly polished version is made of cast aluminum and features black pockets, polished lip and machined spokes.


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