2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee Gets Moparized
Exterior highlights include five accessory wheels in a variety of sizes ranging from 17 inches to 20 inches, priced from $90. There are also several chromed parts available, including side-mirror covers, exhaust tips, and fog-lamp bezels for the front bumper. Prices range between $77.30 and $89.
Mopar also offers molded splash guards starting at $35.10, as well as skid plates for the fuel tank, transfer case and engine painted with a black finish. Other highlights in the range include sport-utility bars, towing products, tubular side steps, vehicle covers, and a wheel-lock kit.
Those looking for giving their Grand Cherokee some inside tweaks can choose between bright pedal covers from aircraft-quality polished stainless steel with chemical-resistant rubber ($55.65) or brushed stainless-steel guards featuring the Jeep Grand Cherokee logo on front sills. Front sills are also available in stainless steel with an illuminated Jeep logo.
Mopar also offers its customers engine block and battery heater kits as well as katzkin leather seat covers, fully customizable as to color, leather, logos and stitching (starting from $1,199).
"Consumers looking to customize and personalize their all-new Jeep Grand Cherokee should look no further than Mopar," said Pietro Gorlier, President and Chief Executive Officer of Mopar, Chrysler Group's service, parts and customer-care brand. "Mopar offers cutting-edge technology, quality-tested parts and accessories, and catalogs full of innovative features."