The Jeep Wrangler is a capable off-road vehicle just on its base level, but can be so much more with the variety of add-on options available. From all-weather interior options to exterior shell top variants and towing and heavy duty capabilities, the Jeep Wrangler can be customized to fit your outdoor needs. Read on from us at Southtown Chrysler and see all the ways your Wrangler can be upgraded for off-road adventures.
Jeep Wrangler Exterior Add-Ons
The exterior of your Jeep Wrangler is ready to protect you from the elements across Alberta and the Edmonton area. There’s a multitude of top covers for your vehicle, including options that are soft, but firm hard tops are available as well. Soft tops are easy to apply and versatile. When off-roading they allow you to easily protect yourself from rain, and can simply break down once the sun comes back out. Hard tops are sturdy and secure for tough conditions, but require more maintenance. It’s great to get both and have either option available for your specific needs depending on the trip. Protect against the outdoors and make sure your Wrangler is well-equipped to handle the environment you find yourself in.
Jeep Wrangler Interior Add-Ons
From body design to technology, equip your Jeep Wrangler with a plethora of interior accessories. A soft top window storage bag is available to house small pieces of gear for easy access. Keep your interior clean and ready to absorb all types of dirt and grime with Mopar all-weather floor mats and a hardtop headliner, which helps to keep in heat, provide noise reduction and give your Wrangler a uniformed look. A keyless entry option helps you get back into your regular without having to fumble for your keys if your hands are full. On the entertainment and navigation side, a Uconnect package includes 8.4-inch touchscreens, SiriusXM radio, GPS navigation, roadside assistance and much more.
Jeep Wrangler Speciality Group Packages
There is a selection of specific grouped packages that can be added to your Wrangler for whatever you need. The Trailer Tow & Heavy Duty Electrical Group includes a 240-amp alternator, 700-amp battery, 4 and 7 pin wiring harness, 4 auxiliary switches and a class II hitch receiver to equip your Wrangler with high level towing capabilities. Get the LED Lighting Group to make sure your lights will cut through the dense outdoors. This package has LED fog lamps, reflector headlamps, tail lamps and daytime running lights. For the cold Alberta months, invest in the Cold Weather Group package, which adds on heated front seats and steering wheel. Whatever you need from your Jeep Wrangler, there’s a lot of options to make it your own.