Stealth Hitches – Discreetly Placed to Haul in Style

Consumer Update

When it comes to the elegance of your car to haul your active lifestyle, you want to make sure it’s something you can count on. Well, when you drive to your next big adventure, you can tow in style. Stealth Hitches was truly made to be hidden.

Well, if you want to know why Stealth Hitches is a better choice, here are a few things you should know:

  • invisible – completely hidden, no knee banger, and no unsightly hitch
  • Improved towing – higher towing capacity, eliminates towing movement, no banging at starts and stops
  • Safer – crumple zones protected, complies: highest global standards, made in the USA
  • Maintains Clearance – no more scraping, ground clearance unaffected, and no permanent parts under the vehicle
  • Durable – made from stainless steel, no rust, and a lifetime warranty
  • Easy to Use – auto latching, integrated lock, and vehicle sensor safe

It’s tucked neatly under the back of your car bumper when it’s not in use. This hitch’s discreet nature maintains your car’s original appearance. The hitches are made from stainless steel right here in the USA, complying with the highest global standards.

In addition, they are extremely safe as they protect the crumple zones designed by the vehicle manufacturer. And because the hitch is tucked inconspicuously behind your car, it won’t get in the way of your backup camera, car sensors, or affect ground clearance. Stealth Hitches are made specifically for each make and model for a precise fit.

So whether you own a sedan, convertible, SUV or a sports car, you know you’re getting the right hitch for your car. A rack receiver for bike racks or a ball mount for towing can be inserted or removed in seconds, without tools. And with easy installation, you’ll be rearing to go in no time.

So, get on the road with Stealth by calling us or heading to stealthhitches.com today.

 

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