Most cars, trucks, and SUVs have a factory spoiler of one kind or another. They're common exterior accessories, whether you're driving a Chrysler or Dodge, a Jeep or a RAM. What they do is help an already attractive ride get even more attention on the road. What may not be as apparent, however, is what the right spoiler can do for your favorite ride's handling. Spoilers work, after all, by changing the way air moves across your vehicle's body and doing it in a way that minimizes resistance (also called "drag"). Simply put, they improve traction -- ride quality starts to feel smoother, not to mention much better-controlled. Your fuel economy can sometimes even get a little better. There are several kinds of spoilers for sale out there. Some cars, including more than a few sports cars, have trunk spoilers. Crossovers, however, usually have roof spoilers. Some performance SUVs, though, can incorporate a type of front spoiler called an air dam. Some supercars even feature active spoilers, which dynamically adjust based on electronic feedback and air activity. A spoiler can be made of just about anything as well, from ABS plastic and durable fiberglass to silicone and the ultimate in strength, carbon fiber.
What Spoiler Fits My Car?
The answer depends on the make and model you're driving. Either way, a genuine Mopar spoiler will fit it best; they come from your OEM both compatible with your vehicle and usually matched to its color. Our auto parts store offers a huge selection. Order from us online today!
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