Best Jeep Accessories to Add to Your Wrangler

Best Jeep Accessories

The Best Accessories for Your Jeep Wrangler

If you’ve got your hands on a Jeep that you intend to take off-road, odds are you’re wondering about the best Jeep accessories on the market. Here’s a quick overview of what you should be keeping in mind when shopping

Lift kit

You’ve probably seen Jeeps and trucks with lift kits before, but the Wrangler gets an extra kick out of a lift kit because improved ground clearance equals better off-roading adventuring.

Mud tires

If you enjoy crawling over rocks and through swampy, muddy terrain, a set of solid mud tires will help your Jeep perform and handle better.

Fender flares

If you’ve got the lift kit and bigger tires, you’ll need to be able to fit those tires on your Jeep. Bigger fender flares will make more space for your wheels.

Recovery winches

No matter how prepared you are for going off-road, odds are you’re eventually going to get stuck somewhere. This is why you should opt for a recovery winch with a capable rope for pulling a trapped Jeep out of perilous places.

Off-road lights

Visibility is important in the wild. That’s why you should give your Jeep some extra lighting, preferably with LED bulbs.

If you have any more concerns about the best Jeep accessories, don’t hesitate to call or stop in to ask us here at Rochester Hills CDJR. We’ll give you all the information you need to make a good decision.

How the Jeep Cherokee Changed SUV Forever

Jeep Cherokee Sale

What do you love most about your SUV or crossover? The versatility? The fact that the trunk has a cover? That you can fit a whole family and still have lots of storage? The convince? We have gotten so used to the luxury of SUV’s and unibody trucks, we sometimes forget that they did not always exist. In fact, we can thank the much beloved Jeep Cherokee which was the first large-production unibody truck.

In 1984, Jeep used a new welding process to figure out how to create a light body vehicle at top performance both on and off road. This light weight concept lead to a stiff chassis and more stability compared to the other competitors including auto brands like Nissan, Toyota, Ford and more. Almost a decade later in 1996, these auto brands used the Jeep Cherokee concept to create their own large unibody models.

Currently at our Rochester Hills Chrysler Jeep Dealership in Rochester Hills, MI, we are celebrating the 2014 Jeep Cherokee FWD Latitude model and offering discounts. Find a lease for those who qualify at the low lease of only $174/month for 24 months. Employees can purchase this model for the very low price of $20,896. Until the end of December on 12/31/13, present this coupon receive an extra $500 toward accessories at our dealership only!

Take a test drive in our 2014 Cherokee and you will soon experience how the Cherokee is still one of the top innovative unibody trucks of its time!