We have the top SUV Accessories from the best brands in the world. No matter the SUV, the purpose you drive, or what you want to get out of it, we can help you achieve your automotive vision with accessories that you want and parts you need.
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SUV’s have been on the rise because of their versatility, size, look, and automotive accessory potential. If you have one of the models listed below (or similar models), you have the SUV Accessories world at your fingertips!
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Must-Have SUV Accessories
When you own an SUV (or any vehicle for that matter), there are thousands of options and opportunities to customize it according to your lifestyle. Whether for work or play, your vehicle’s appearance can be customized in ways to make it stand out and keep your head turning every time you walk away from it. We want you to enjoy your ride, and that might mean improving your vehicles performance from under the hood. Regardless if you’re looking to beef up the exterior, interior, engine, or really have no idea what you’re looking for, there are accessories out there for you. Here are the top 10 that most people seem to desire the most:
Investment worthy accessories…
1) Auto Covers. Even if you park your car in a garage, an auto cover can protect your vehicle’s finish from dust, debris, dirt and falling objects. And if you park your car outside, a cover is a must-have to protect your vehicle’s exterior from being damaged by sun, rain, ice and air pollution.
2) Floor Mats. It’s hard to believe that something as simple as a floor mat doesn’t come as standard equipment, but most new car dealers charge extra for them. Mats are essential for protecting your cabin’s carpeting from wear, tear and dirt. But here’s the trick: If you’re buying or leasing a new vehicle, pass on the floor mat option. The ones you can buy elsewhere tend to not only be less expensive, they’re usually more durable than anything your dealer is going to provide, especially if he/she offers to “throw them in” as part of the deal.
3) Cargo Liners. Although many automakers now include cargo liners as standard equipment, many others still do not. And just as floor mats are necessary to protect your cabin’s carpet from premature wear, cargo liners are essential for keeping your vehicle’s trunk from suffering from nasty dings, nicks, scratches and dents. Even if your vehicle comes with a cargo liner as standard equipment, you may want to replace it with a more durable one from your local auto parts retailer.
4) Car Bras. Today’s plastic bumpers don’t stand up to wear-and-tear the way the chrome and steel bumpers of old did. A car bra designed specifically for your vehicle will protect its bumper from stones and other debris that, when traveling 60-plus mph, can cause real damage.
5) Bug Shields. If you live in the South, these are a must-have. Although nothing can be done to keep insects from splattering on your windshield, a good bug shield can at least keep your vehicle’s grill pest-free.
6) Brake Dust Shields. Wheel covers for the inside of your wheels protect against the fine black dust thrown off your brake pads so it doesn’t accumulate on your wheels. If you wash your own car, these shields can make your job a whole lot easier.
7) Fender Flares. These add-ons extend your fender’s coverage to prevent gravel, sticks and other debris from marring your vehicle’s exterior. Depending on your vehicle’s make and model, you may be able to find a pre-painted set that perfectly matches your existing finish.
8) Mud Flaps. Rain, snow, oil, salt, air pollutants and good old-fashioned dirt can make a potently destructive mixture. Mud flaps create a barrier between your tires and your car’s exterior to protect its finish from premature dulling and pitting.
9) Heated Seats. If you live above the Sun Belt — or in higher elevations — heated seats can make driving a whole lot more pleasant in the winter. They’re particularly effective if you have leather seats, since leather tends to get even colder than cloth — or at least feel that way — when the mercury dives.
10) Mobile Phone/MP3 Player Docks. There are several options to dock your mobile device in your vehicle. Some mount directly to your windshield, others on the dash, some in the cup holders. You also have the freedom to decide if you want it to be wired or wireless and if needs to be charging when plugged in. A lot of newer vehicles come with Bluetooth connections, making it easier to connect wirelessly, however, not all of them have the feature. Tell us what you’re looking for and we’ll help you get it.