Accessories to help you personalise your Ford
You've chosen the colour and interior trim. Now our range of high quality accessories can help you personalise your Ford even more. And if you buy them at the same time as your vehicle, they will also be covered by our comprehensive warranty.
Choose from beautifully designed interior enhancements, performance bodystyling kits and practical add-ons to complement your lifestyle. They're all carefully selected and rigorously tested to deliver the highest standards of safety and performance.
Questions and answers about Ford Accessories
Why should I buy Ford Accessories?
Our accessories are high quality products which allow you to personalise your Ford even more. Some of them are extremely practical too, designed to help you enjoy your own particular leisure pursuits. They're all tested to the highest safety standards.
Why are Ford supplier branded products recommended?
We only use carefully selected suppliers with the experience and expertise to guarantee premium quality products (e.g. Thule, Garmin and Britax).
What's the difference between 7 and 13 pin electrical connectors for a tow bar?
The 7 pin solution contains all the necessary connectors to safely operate the obligatory lighting system on your trailer. The 13 pin harness provides additional connections for powering facilities and special equipment on your caravan such as fridge, cabin lighting, leisure battery charging and reversing lamps. Ford electrical kits are built to the highest safety standards to prevent any failures to your vehicle´s electrical system and ensure the safe operation of any additional features.
Why should I buy alloy wheels for my Ford?
Our alloy wheels are four extra touches of style for your vehicle. You can choose from the finest materials and a range of styles ' machined, silver, grey or chromed. As well as looking great, they've been manufactured to the highest standards.
What does "City Crash Tested" mean?
The City Crash test is a method of testing that a product complies with ISO 11154 and DIN 75302 standards. The test simulates a full frontal car crash at a speed of at least 16 km/h. This subjects the product to extreme forces, around 8G. To pass the test, the product mustn't come loose from the roof rack or the car to which it is attached.