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2012 Jeep Wrangler Mopar Accessorized


Chrysler’s in-house aftermarket specialist, Mopar, specializes in developing accessories for a lot of the vehicles under the Chrysler umbrella. At the 2012 Easter Safari in Moab, Utah, Mopar is showcasing what they can do to a 2012 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon with their fancy accessories.

The Wrangler, which has been unoriginally tagged as the "Wrangler Mopar Accessorized," is exactly what its name suggests. Based on the Wrangler Rubicon, Mopar added a slew of their aftermarket enhancements to turn this off-road raider into one that comes chalk-full of new goodies.

Among the modifications done include a Mopar rock rails, front and rear off-road bumpers, new windshield-mounted LED lamps, a new hard-top headliner, a Warn 9.5ti XP winch, a two-inch performance lift kit, and a new set of massive 35" Goodyear Wrangler tires wrapped in Classic five-hole wheels. Inside, Mopar added Kicker dash 6.5-inch two-way speakers, all-weather mats, a locking center console box, a rear cargo cubby cover, and an “Add-A-Trunk” partition in the cargo area.

There’s not much to go around for this vehicle other than Mopar showing off what it can do to a Jeep Wrangler Rubicon if you let them get their hands on one. Nevertheless, it’s still an interesting look at "what-could-be," especially if you’re in the market for a Wrangler Rubicon.



15 comments:

Traildozer looked like this one. They differ on the exterior at the rear.

It should be more personalized to have better appearance. I hope they allow some of its feature to be changed or added especially depending on the location of the buyer.

The upgrades and enhancement fits well and I’m contended with it.

Aside from being effectively useful, the accessories actually look stylish.

Its look is only enough for its purpose. The style is appropriate, so I’d rather focus on the accessories! They’re pretty much useful.

Lately, Jeep has been one of the major causes of my excitement as they clearly provide the most functional innovations.

It is pleasing that only functional components are added to this. It doesn’t need any elaborate but useless features.

Once again, Jeep has proven that their upgrades can truly be used effectively. These features are brilliant.

I wonder if anyone has advised Jeep to do this, since Jeep has never been one to append components in style.

I wonder if anyone has advised Jeep to do this, since Jeep has never been one to append components in style.

I wonder if anyone has advised Jeep to do this, since Jeep has never been one to append components in style.

Jeep Wrangler’s equipments compensates for the insufficiency of its style. Actually, it is acceptable. I just think it needs more prominent details.

Jeep Wrangler has been doing a good job on upgrading their innovations lately. The appended features on this Mopar appears to be truly functional.

Jeep is truly ingenious in equipping their innovations with purposeful features. This is what makes them spectacular, despite the typical style.

I thought I was looking at a duplicate article. Anyway, the added components seem to be truly useful for Jeep Wrangler Mopar.

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