The Compass gives you a lot of comfort in a versatile vehicle which makes it the right car for almost any task you have. But whether you’re driving it to work or leaving the paved roads and civilization behind to get to a vacation spot that other vehicles only wish they could reach you want it to be looking its best. Of course, you could do what everyone else does and spend hours making sure that it’s clean and sparkling but there are so many accessories that can improve the style of your Compass without great expense.
One of those is an aftermarket grille which can completely transform the front end of your Compass so that it becomes uniquely yours. They still provide you with the features you need like air flow through to your engine bay and protection from debris but they also look good while they do it. The visual effect can be stunning but subtle which means that you won’t be left wondering whether you made the right decision. If you want your Compass to stand out from the crowd and look like your individual Compass then an aftermarket grille is for you!
Whether you're cruising around the neighborhood or speeding up on the highway, a proper billet grille is the front-end accessory which makes you noticeable. Attention-grabbing and bold, billet grilles promise extraordinary look and exquisite style that instantly separate you from the crowd. They are manufactured from stellar materials, such as everlasting stainless steel and aluminum, using technologies of tomorrow to ensure precise fit and timeless service. Compare over 5 billet grille reviews with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars, and define the accessory that offers the style and quality you need.
- SES Trims® - Custom Style Chrome GrilleStarting at: $159.00$159.00
- APG® - Polished Billet GrilleStarting at: $56.60$56.60
- RI® - Chrome Grille InsertStarting at: $112.20$112.20
- CCI® - Chrome Grille SkinStarting at: $135.16$135.16
- Bully® - Imposter Chrome Billet GrilleStarting at: $93.24$93.24
- T-Rex® - Grille BadgeStarting at: $38.50$38.50
Posted by Martin Caron C.
"The bottom grill is very easy to install, only two holes to drill in the bumper. But, in the middle, it doesn't have a support, the grill is a little bit forward than the upper bumper."