The 2018 Jeep Wrangler isn’t even on sale yet and Mopar already has parts for the new off-roader at this week’s SEMA Show in Las Vegas. “Get your parts first, get the Wrangler later,” we’re guessing is Jeep’s logic here. The parts lineup for Wrangler will be 200 strong, with more than 100,000 hours of development, testing and validation.
“An iconic vehicle such as Jeep Wrangler deserves nothing but the best, which is why the Mopar and Jeep brands have developed a new set of products to meet the unique lifestyles of Wrangler owners,” said Pietro Gorlier, head of parts and service (Mopar), FCA. “From Jeep Performance Parts like winches and wheels to accessories such as bikini tops and tailgate tables, Mopar has incorporated input from Wrangler owners in bringing to the marketplace the most powerful, reliable and authentic lineup of accessories and performance parts available.”
We’ve met Gorlier — he is a dyed-in-the-wool Jeep enthusiast if you couldn’t already guess. Alright, let’s get to the parts.
You can see details of the grille, headlights — heck, the whole thing!
First we have the Jeep Performance Parts line. That includes LED off-road lights, which mount to the frame rails, winch guard or windshield — they’ll connect to that new auxiliary switch bank we told you about; new rock rails; bedliners for a nonslip finish; off-road bumper guards; 17-inch aluminum wheels with beadlock capability; 2-inch lift kit and high-top fender flares.
From Mopar, we have the roof rack, cargo carriers and a tailgate table that flips out with space for food and beverages. Additionally, Mopar is offering solid bikini tops, screen protectors for the Uconnect screens, graphics, floor mats, tire covers and the like.
“Virtually every Mopar product for the all-new Wrangler is new, redeveloped or redesigned,” said Gorlier. “Our large, new product lineup for this vehicle showcases how the Mopar brand has evolved over 80 years to support our owners in customizing their vehicles to fit any lifestyle.”
Go to mopar.com for more information.
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