So you finally got your hands on your own Jeep Wrangler. You're ready to dress it up with a wide array of aftermarket parts / accessories. But where to start?
Lucky for you, Mopar released a limited edition Wrangler chock-full of upgrades. This is the Jeep Wrangler JPP 20, a limited edition model that comes with a wide array of Jeep Performance Parts (JPP) and accessories.
All of the parts fitted on this Wrangler have been tested by Mopar and are currently available from the JPP Portfolio. Moreover, all of these parts have been tested and designed and engineered for off-road use.
“The new limited-edition Jeep Wrangler JPP 20 is a ‘check-all-the boxes’ off-road vehicle for enthusiasts. We loaded the Jeep brand’s iconic rock crawler with factory-backed and quality-tested, authentic Jeep Performance Parts specifically designed and engineered to tackle the toughest conditions,” said Mark Bosanac, Head of Mopar Service, Parts, Customer Care for FCA – North America.
So what exactly do you get in the JPP 20? Well for starters, it now comes with a two-inch lift kit which gives it better ground clearance and water wading depth. It also has exclusive JPP steel front bumper and skid plate, steel tube doors, mesh sun cover, and JPP rock rails made from heavy-gauge steel. For extra towing capability, the front bumper comes with D-rings.
As for the back, it gets a JPP rear swing gate hinge which allows users to carry a bigger spare tire. In addition, a center high-mounted stop lamp mounts the third brake light in the center of the spare for a classier look. To top it all off, the JPP 20 comes with an American Flag hood graphic, blacked-out fender vents and fuel door, JPP graphic decal on the passenger side quarter panel, and a forged aluminum JPP badge on the driver-side fender and rear swing gate.
Not only was Mopar busy with the exterior, they also gave this Wrangler a once over. Luxurious Katzskin Tuscany leather covers all of the seats, and feature an embroidered JPP logo on each front backrest. Meanwhile, all-weather floor mats with drain channels ensure that dirt, debris or water are kept from leaking onto the floor. Finally, a Mopar Cargo Tray Kit ensures full protective coverage of the cargo and seat backs.
All three engine choices are available for the JPP 20. This means customers can have the 2.0-liter turbo inline-four with 268 PS and 400 Nm of torque, the naturally-aspirated 3.6-liter V6 which churns out 290 PS and 353 Nm, and the new 3.0-liter EcoDiesel V6 that delivers 260 PS and 650 Nm. All of the aforementioned engines are then connected to an eight-speed automatic transmission.
Want one? Well you better hurry as production of the JPP 20 is only limited to the model year 2020. Meanwhile, ordering books will open in Q2 of this year.