Give Your Car a Gift this Holiday Season
Give Your Car a Gift this Holiday Season
Mopar’s Top 10 Holiday Gift Ideas
· Deck the car with leather seats, roadside safety kits, Wi-Fi, electronic vehicle tracking and more
· Great lineup of seasonal products for winter; check out mopar.com/winterwonderland
· Complete list of parts and accessories at www.mopar.com
For the auto enthusiast on your list, Mopar announced its top 10 list of holiday gift ideas.
“With more than 280,000 parts and accessories, Mopar offers ultimate customization and personalization,” said Pietro Gorlier, President and CEO of Mopar, Chrysler Group LLC’s service, parts and customer-care brand. “And for convenience, many of our parts and accessories are available on the Mopar eStore.”
Following are Mopar’s top 10 holiday gift ideas:
Mopar Portable Navigation System: Garmin nüvi® 376LMT is an ultra-thin navigator with üRoute™ technology, trafficTrends™ and myTrends™. Features on the multi-touch dual-orientation 4.3-inch wide-screen glass display include lane-assist with junction view, Bluetooth® wireless, FM lifetime map and traffic updates, pre-loaded street maps for North America, spoken street names, Where am I?, photo navigation, ecoRoute™, pedestrian navigation options and hands-free calling capabilities. (part number: 82212492AB, MSRP: $399)
Uconnect™ WEB: Uconnect Web’s in-car router receives 3G broadband Internet, allowing passengers to surf the Web, social network, look up directions, check e-mail, play online games or download music. Works with any Wi-Fi-enabled device and no cell cards or software required. Subscription is required and sold separately. (part number: 82211856AB, MSRP: $399)
Roadside Safety Kit: Designed to be a valuable asset in a road-side emergency, the kit includes a safety flashlight, fleece blanket, six-gauge jumper cables, safety triangle, flat and Phillips screwdrivers, pliers, two bungee cords and gloves. (part number 82212647, MSRP: $105)
Mopar Electronic Vehicle Tracking System (EVTS): Mopar’s industry-first EVTS works 24/7 with nationwide coverage. This GPS-enabled real-time tracking system includes a $1,000 Theft Protection Warranty and is transferable. Optional upgrade plans provide Emergency Service Dispatch and an ONCall™ on-board panic button. Features include speed and distance settings with text alerts, unlimited online tracking, and full concierge service is also available. (part number: 82212457, MSRP: $459)
Katzkin Leather Interiors: Katzkin offers premium leather-trimmed packages with embroideries, piping, two-tones, suede and much more in many different colors. Contact your Chrysler, Jeep®, Dodge, Ram or Fiat dealership for more information.
Sport Utility Bars: Built of heavy-duty silver anodized aluminum, these sturdy bars attach to the standard equipment roof side rails, increase a vehicle’s cargo capacity and accommodate all of Mopar’s sport and cargo carriers. (part numbers vary, MSRP: $210 - $403)
Roof Box Cargo Carrier: Keeps cargo dry and secure. Tough, locking thermoplastic carrier features quarter-turn installation and gas-cylinder opening system. Attaches to Sport Utility Bars. (part numbers vary, MSRP: $516-$532)
Premium Carpet Floor Mats: Thick enough to go barefoot, durable enough for the elements, and color-matched to your vehicle’s interior for an integrated appearance, these plush floor mats are custom-contoured for an exact fit. Front mats feature a rubber-nibbed backing to keep them firmly in place. Available in a variety of colors with brand-specific logos. (part numbers vary, MSRP: $35 - $118).
Door Sill Guards: Add a touch of stainless steel style while protecting a vehicle’s interior door sills from scratches. Door-sill guards are available in both non-illuminated and illuminated. (part numbers vary, MSRP: $25 - $454)
All-weather Mats: Custom fit to your vehicle, Mopar’s heavy-duty mats feature deep grooves that help protect the vehicle’s carpet from water, sand, snow and mud. Available in a variety of colors. (part numbers vary, MSRP: $43 - $162)
Mopar has introduced numerous industry-first features including: