2013 Toyota Highlander E&G Grilles
E&G has been the leader in automotive aftermarket restyling for nearly 40 years. With a state of the art manufacturing facility, E&G produces grilles for all new body style vehicles on release with unparalleled attention to detail and precision craftsmanship. Offering many different styles of Grilles, you'll be able to find one that fits your taste and purpose for your vehicle.
Different Types of Mesh Grilles
Chrome Plated Heavy Mesh
Black Ice Heavy Mesh
Chrome Plated Fine Mesh
Black Ice Fine Mesh
Chrome Plated Dual Weave
There are a few different types of Mesh Grilles. These images show the difference between weaves and finishes. The chrome plated weave provides a mirror finish. E&G's "Black Ice" offers a darker smoked finish with the "sparkle" of chrome. Heavy, Fine, and Dual weave mesh differs in thickness and number of mesh wires in the grille.
Classic grilles offer a brilliant shine and timeless style that's been a popular mod for more than 50 years. High quality materials guarantee a mirror like finish that lasts for years. These grilles include low profile vertical and horizontal bar styles that give your car a bold look that is sure to be recognized on the street. These are made of a multi piece steel frame that is welded, grounded, then finished in chrome.
Q Style & Z Style
Q style and Z style are also offered with a guaranteed fit when you call our experts. Each grille is crafted using laser accuracy and produced with extreme tolerances so each grille shipped will provide an OEM fitment that can't be matched. Q Style grilles feature horizontal bars with .25" between them and Z Style grilles sport round or different precision cut shapes with a polish mirror finish for a bold face lift for your vehicle.
Heavy Duty grilles like the E-Power Mesh Grilles are built for trucks that want aggressive styling and feature integrated rivets surrounding the centerpiece. The black gloss powder coated frame brings a menacing look to your truck along with flat black powder coated mesh center piece. Stainless steel lays under the protective finish for strength and corrosion resistance. Popular style for show and magazine trucks.