Upgrading and personalizing the interior of your Chrysler has never been
easier or more fun than with precut
dash kits. Whether you
have a turbo-charged
200, a sleek 300
or a custom
Crossfire, a custom Chrysler dash kit is the best way to modify the interior
without the cost and expense a shop would charge you. Why spend 5 times as much
when you can get the look and quality you have been wanting for less than $50?
Trust us to bring you the DIY interior trim mods you need at prices you want.
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Chrysler, as a member of the Big Three American automakers, has enjoyed quite
a roller coaster ride since the turn of the 21st century. Having merged with
German auto giant Daimler only to be dropped and almost succumb to bankruptcy in
2009 it now appears to be making a resurgence as a part of Fiat Chrysler. And,
despite the repeated injections of European styling Chrysler has remained true
to its American roots by eschewing small changes and making huge gambles on
everything from its branding to exterior styling and, since we're talking about
dash kits, its interior cabin trim design.
Although the story of Chrysler's resurgence really does begin in 2005 with
the release of the 300, anyone who is familiar with the brand and its cars can
tell you that its initial successes were the result of its bold exterior
styling. Unfortunately, it took Chrysler some time to catch up with its interior
design, especially with regard to its choice of materials but, under the
direction of former head of design Klaus Busse starting in 2012, dramatic
changes began to be implemented that would propel Chrysler's cars and vans to
the head of the pack.
Busse credits his bold approach to redesigning the Chrysler brand in part to
his experience with the company as it descended into bankruptcy proceedings in
2009. Originally part of the Mercedes team he stayed on when the German luxury
marque gave up on the Chrysler merger and headed back to Europe. According to
Busse, if he had gone back with Mercedes "I could have probably contributed to Mercedes picking up another
2 percent improvement in their interiors, or something like that, but I felt like I just had
put in three years of my life here at Chrysler, and worked on all this new product and I wanted to
see it come to market. I wanted to be part of this underdog turnaround."
Working from the Dodge line of pickups, Busse formalized the idea of building
the interior of all Chrysler vehicles from the steering wheel out, an idea
which, when you think about it, makes a tremendous amount of sense. Busse
explains that the steering wheel is "the one piece
that you hold all the time, so that's where we spend our money." The instrument
panels and gauge clusters are almost as equally important because that is
naturally where the eye flows and it is the opportunity to showcase the fact
that Chrysler is an American marque. Gone are the materials that earned the 2007
Sebring the moniker "chalice of wretchedness," having been replaced with premium
quality wood grain dash kits and leather-wrapped trims.
The funny part is, though, that the plastic components are still there. The
difference is that Chrysler's interior trim designers now pay attention to every
detail with results that are eye-pleasing and offer a unique tactile experience.
Fortunately for Chrysler, Busse's recent departure and return to Europe has not
put a wrinkle in the design culture he helped to create and inspire. New
interior design chief, Winnie Cheung has proven herself with her design of the
Dodge Dart and the
Jeep Cherokee. In fact, her most inspired design ideas was the Dart's innovative "floating island"
which features a
light strip surrounded by the instrument bezel which visually separates it from the rest of the instrument panel.
Although no one can predict the future it is safe to say that the interior
design team at Chrysler seems to be in good hands and is boldly moving forward
to ever greater heights. But, regardless of how good their future designs may
be, there is always room to personalize the interior of your Chrysler with
custom dash kits and accessories. Sure, Cheung and her team can wrap the
steering wheel in leather and accentuate trim pieces with open grain wood trim
but to really make your ride yours you need the flexibility and variety that
only a custom designed dash kit can provide.
Making your Chrysler as unique as you are is what we do best and, when it
comes to the interior, there's nothing better than dash kits to help you get
there. Still, not every product meets everyone's budget or needs so we offer you
the following quick breakdown to help you make the right choice for you.
Don't let your Chrysler be just another clone--take a stand and customize
your interior with a dash kit that lets everyone know you're different. Pick up
the kit of your choice today and add some personality and style to your ride
without breaking the bank with one of our ultra-affordable dash trim kits.
Why stop at restyling the interior of your ride when you can get the same
great quality and low prices on a variety of other DIY accessories? One of our
most popular products are our
Rtint® precut Chrysler
window tint kits. Made from premium film and pre-cut to fit your vehicle's
windows, you can select from 5%, 20%, 35% or 50% VLT. Other fan favorites are
taillight covers and
protection products but whatever you choose be sure to seize the savings and
Our customer Steve just completed his upgrade of his 300C
with the help of a
wood grain dash kit from Rdash®. As you can see from the
teaser photo, the kit looks great and is indistinguishable
from the real thing. But, whether you're a fan of carbon
fiber, wood grains, brushed aluminum or have an even more
unique idea in mind, you're sure to find it here with more
than a hundred styles and colors to choose from.
Chrysler Tail Light Tint Covers
Chrysler Window Tint
Chrysler Headlight Tint Covers
The wood kit makes my PT Woody even woodier! It jazzes up the interior and makes what was a boring grey mood into an extended theme for the entire car. Thanks! Make: Chrysler Model: PT Cruiser Year: 2002
Absolutely love the custom feel it gives my ride!
Swift delivery, product looks fine, haven't installed it yet but I can recommend the product and the company
The Rdash for my SRT6 was shipped promptly and arrived in Sweden just a few days after order. Product is of good quality and easy to install. Very forgiving material makes it possible to correct errors during installation. Looks very good and gets plenty thumbs up IRL as well as in the Crossfire Facebook community. I can strongly recommend this company and this product. I will consult Rvinyl first when shopping for parts in the future. They have a wider assortment of variuos things not only great dash kits. Make: Chrysler Model: Crossfire SRT6 Year: 2005
It was amazing and very easy to apply!! Will definatly be ordering for my boyfriends car for his birthday sep 7:)
MATCH REALLY GOOD WITH EXISTING TRIM ,
Looks good! Nice kit for the money! Make: Chrysler Model: crossfire Limited Year: 2005