8 Affordable Accessories For Your New Dodge Challenger
Looking to bring your Dodge Challenger to the next level without breaking the bank? All the cool accessories shown below will wow your passengers and turn heads as you cruise by. The best part? Every affordable accessory on this list makes your Challenger look like a million bucks.
1. All-Fit Lip Kit
An All-Fit Lip Kit is great for Challengers because they have such low ground clearance. Our Lip Kit will protect your Challenger's bumpers and sideskirts. It will also give your Challenger the appearance of being lowered even more, without risking damage. You can get one in the following sizes:
2. All-Fit Rim Trim
If you want to completely transform your Challenger's appearance for only 50 bucks, look no further than All-Fit Rim Trim. It's a protective strip you install around the edge of your rims. It's also a great way to change up your Challenger's appearance.
You can get a set in a bright and bold color, such as yellow. If you're going for a more subtle look, get All-Fit Rim Trim in black or silver. There are many color options to choose from. A set of All-Fit Rim Trim in any color will protect your wheels from getting scratched up by curbs.
3. All-Fit Gap Trim
There's no better way to dial up your Challenger's interior than with All-Fit Gap Trim. In fact, this gap trim will add a whole lot of style to your car's interior. Your color choices range from subtle to bold. All-Fit Gap Trim is a slim rubber strip you use to fill in the gaps in your car. It's easy to install, and easy to remove if you want to change up the color.
4. Stripe Kit
Contrary to popular belief, changing the appearance of your Challenger's body doesn't have to cost a lot of money. You can skip the paint shop and get yourself a stripe kit (or two, or three...) instead.
A stripe kit is a decal you can add to your car's body to change up its look. You can get a stripe kit for various areas, including:
- The rear of the car (called a tail stripe, such as this bumble bee tail stripe)
- The lower side of the body (called a side stripe, such as this one)
- The center of the car (called a center stripe, such as this one)
The cost of a stripe kit ranges between $100 and $500. It depends on several factors:
- The type of stripe you want (center stripes are more expensive than tail stripes, for example)
- The brand
- Where you get the stripe kit (for example, it's usually cheaper to get one online than at a brick and mortar shop)
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Nothing makes your car truly yours more than a custom emblem. When it comes to adding an emblem to your Challenger, the possibilities are endless. You can go with a Mopar emblem. Or you can add a personalized emblem. The possibilities include:
- Your favorite sports team
- Your favorite animal
- Your favorite character (i.e. Batman)
- A custom made emblem
An emblem can cost anywhere between $20 and a few hundred dollars.
6. Control Knob Trim
You'll get a lot of bang for your buck with this upgrade. A control knob trim set costs only about $20-$40, but it'll really transform the appearance of your dash.
A control knob trim set contains plastic or metal rings you can fit around the control knobs on your dash. Most sets have rings made specifically for the radio, air conditioning, and tuning knobs. They come in a variety of colors so you can personalize your Challenger's dash. A control knob trim set would look amazing with an All-Fit gap trim.
You can find control knob trim sets for your Challenger online. Here's a good one on Amazon: Voodonala Control Knob Trim Set (it comes in blue, red, purple, and silver).
7. Illuminated Door Sills
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Riding in a car with illuminated door sills makes you feel like a VIP, doesn't it? Well, you can feel like a VIP every time you slide behind the wheel of your own Challenger. You can snag a set of illuminated door sills for about $120!
Illuminated door sills look awesome. They also make it easier for your guests to enter or exit the vehicle at night.
8. License Plate Frame
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If you have about 30 bucks to spare, you can get a much better looking license plate frame. Scrap that boring dealership license plate frame and get one that adds to your Challenger's appearance. There are tons of different designs to choose from.