Where can I buy Ford Accessories?
Our range of attractive accessories is available at Ford Dealers across the country. Your local dealer will be happy to tell you about the accessories available for your model. Find your nearest local Ford Dealer/Authorised Repairer
Why should I buy Ford Accessories?
Our accessories are high-quality products exclusively manufactured and designed to fit your lifestyle perfectly as well as make your Ford look and feel even better. All our products are tested to the highest safety standards for ultimate protection.
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 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/Römer).
Why should I buy alloy wheels for my Ford?
Our alloy wheels are four extra touches of style for your Ford. Sleek, purposeful or elegant, the choice is yours. You can choose from the finest materials and a range of styles – machined, silver, grey or chromed. But they don't just look great – like all our accessories, 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 musn’t come loose from the roof rack or the car to which it is attached.