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Mopar reveals more Wrangler gear

by Chris Vander Doelen on

Mopar is using the platform of the Los Angeles auto show and Wrangler reveal to show off a few more of the 200 aftermarket goodies it’s developed for the new Jeep.

We’ve already told you here about some of the accessories, gizmos and add-ons available for the 2018-2019 JL lineup, but here are some more examples with photos, all released this morning. Some of the gear is now on display in LA on these two 2018 Wranglers now on the Jeep stand: a four-door Rubicon and a two-door Sport.

The Jeep Performance Snorkel  comes with a hood cutout kit and Jeep badge that is available separately for tool boxes, your laptop, or whatever. The snorkel works with a Mopar cold air intake.

A Mojito Green Rubicon shows off the open-air freedom of two-inch tube doors. And they are not just a Mopar offering – you can order them as a production option.

Aaaaand you can now get five-inch or even seven-inch LED off-road lights that blast out 8,000 lumens between them. Perfect for lighting up a dark dirt run, or maybe illuminating a late-night film set in the outback (just kidding). Also seen in this photo are a couple of other offerings, including the Mopar Warn winch kit which comes with a wired remote control. The kit starts out as a production-option Stubby bumper assembly.

There’s lots more, from lift kits to new roof racks and body decals.


Chris Vander Doelen was Opinion Editor and columnist of The Windsor Star until December, 2016; he was the Star's automotive reporter and columnist for seven years, and had also covered the political and gambling beats. With his wife, Veronique Mandal, he wrote the book Chasing Lightning (1999). Chris won a National Newspaper Award in 1997 and more than a dozen provincial news awards. There is a Chrysler 300 in his driveway.

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