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Epica hits the road with host of accessories

Epica hits the road with host of accessories  
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Sedans/Saloons, Chevrolet
on 05/08/2008

Source: Chevrolet UK

Wherever your lifestyle leads you, a comprehensive range of practical and stylish accessories is now available to help owners of the newly launched Chevrolet Epica to personalise their new acquisition.


A bespoke body styling kit and suspension lowering kit transforms the appearance of Chevrolet’s new medium-size saloon. The colour-coded styling comprises front and rear lower skirts and side sills, priced at £465, while the lowering kit at £191 reduces the car’s height by 30mm for a more aggressive stance.

The transformation is complete with a set of 18 inch satin silver five-spoke alloy wheels and a chrome exhaust tailpipe trim. Open the doors and you can add opulence with brushed alloy-effect door sills with ‘EPICA’ lettering, which also help to protect paintwork against scuffs and scrapes. These are priced at £65 for a set of four.

Finding your way to a new holiday destination could not be easier with a Navigation System designed specifically for the new Epica. The widescreen colour display features an integrated traffic message channel for warnings of jams and alternative route suggestions, and it comes with remote control and docking station. Both the detachable screen and remote control can be stowed away when not in use for added security. The Navigation System costs £1275.

Caravan and boat owners can choose either a fixed or detachable tow bar and a set of towing mirrors to extend rearward vision, while fitment of Chevrolet X-bars to the roof provides a safely-secured base for a wide range of attachments. These include lockable Cycle Carriers from £45 and Roof Boxes in four sizes up to a maximum capacity of 470 litres, prices starting at just £135.

On a practical front, new Epica owners can protect the boot from muddy boots and messy loads with a Load Liner tailored to exactly fit the load area, costing £48, while a Cargo Organiser at £99 will help you to expertly manage the boot space. This semi-rigid box folds flat when not in use.

Other accessories in the Epica range include floor mats to protect the carpet, side window deflectors to reduce wind noise, and a Travel Pack containing first aid kit, spare bulbs and warning triangle at £35.



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