Among the accessories on offer in the Chevrolet catalog are accessory grilles, assist steps, floor liners, vehicle care kits, door sill plates, tablet holders and cargo section organizers, among much, much more. Not all parts are listed at a discount, however, so customers will have to shop around to find a deal. And while 20% may not be a massive discount, that can take quite a bit off the price of more expensive Chevy accessories such as alloy wheels, accessory grilles, air intake kits, exhaust upgrade kits and brake upgrade kits.
Some of the most popular accessories on GM vehicles are cargo management solutions, such as trunk/rear storage area cargo nets, along with third-party storage solutions from companies like Lund, Thule and UWS. Storage solutions like this are available for virtually all Chevrolet models from the utilitarian Chevrolet Tahoe to the sporty Chevrolet Camaro. Floor mats, splash guards, wheels, tonneau covers, side assist steps and truck bed protection products are also among the popular products sold via the GM Accessories catalog.
GM says all of its official accessories are “covered for the balance of the new vehicle’s warranty or 12 months / 12,000 miles, whichever is longer.” Unlike true aftermarket parts, then, these parts are covered by the standard factory warranty that comes with all GM vehicles, giving the buyer some peace of mind if they are spending big dollars on cosmetic or performance upgrades or roof storage solutions, for example. GM also notes that all of its official accessories “are designed, engineered and tested by the same team that developed the vehicle,” in the first place.
Check out the Chevrolet Accessories catalog at this link and happy shopping, GM owners.