Mopar Prices Its Fiat 500X Accessories For The United States

Mopar has released pricing for more than 100 genuine accessories for the Fiat 500X in North America, offered for both the exterior and interior of the crossover.

Ranging from a manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) of under $20 to $1,775, the selection of Mopar accessories includes both styling and practical features.

Mopar offers 14 different exterior graphics packages, including the Special Edition “Rebel” Graphics Package, which includes red hood, roof and spoiler graphics, as well as red and grey body side graphics. Additional graphics packages are available ranging from a MSRP of $100 to $495.

Customers can also mix and match the multiple color combinations available for mirror covers at $95 and body side molding for $315. They can choose from 18-inch wheels in four different and unique color options, for a price of $275 per wheel. Additional parts and accessories include a set of four Fiat valve stem covers ($18), fender badges ($19.50), license plate covers with the 500 logo in chrome or satin black ($38), a chrome hood spear ($95) and chrome door sill guards with the 500 logo ($85).

For the interior, Mopar offers premium leather Katzkin seats, priced from $813 for uninstalled seats to $1,775 for installed seats. There’s also the Mopar Web Wi-Fi service kit which consists of a module ($395) and harness ($100) and enables owners to surf the web in their vehicle, allowing five Wi-Fi-enabled devices to connect to the Internet.

Practical accessories include racks and carriers for bikes, skis, snowboards, and luggage, ranging from $50 to $579. These require black roof side rails ($355) and removable cross bars ($163) for installation. Mopar also offers cargo management accessories (from $50), slush mats ($85), cargo tray ($75) and splash guards ($50), among other things.

Finally, a cat-back exhaust system ($995) adds extra horsepower and torque along with a more aggressive engine sound.

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  • psiqtas

    Damn Sergio! Mopar is all American, not some fancy Italian stuff…

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