Jeep Wrangler 4xe Gets 2-Inch Lift Kit And Branded Charger

The Wrangler has some other new aftermarket parts, too.

The 2021 Jeep Wrangler has some new aftermarket parts from Mopar, including some specifically for the recently launched 4xe plug-in hybrid. Most of the components let owners outfit the SUV to be more capable off-road.

The most exciting of the newly announced upgrades is the 2.0-inch lift kit for the Wrangler 4xe. For $1,495, buyers kit new springs, Fox shocks, front lower control arms, front and rear stabilizer links, front and rear bump stops, and all the necessary fasteners. Customers also get a Jeep Performance Parts badge for their vehicle. All of the components come in a reusable wood crate.

Gallery: Jeep Wrangler 4xe Lift Kit

“With an industry-first lift kit for a plug-in hybrid electric vehicle, Jeep Performance Parts from Mopar will give owners of the new 2021 Jeep Wrangler 4xe the opportunity to amplify the 4×4 capability and the fun-to-drive, open-air experience of the most capable, technically advanced, eco-friendly SUV,” said Vice President of Jeep Brand North America Jim Morrison.

With a PHEV like the Wrangler 4xe, you’re going to want to recharge it at home. The company is selling Mopar- and Jeep-branded 240-volt wall chargers. The hardwired version is $621.50 and the plug-in is $647.90.

For additional off-road ability, there are Jeep Performance Parts rock rails for $925. The company makes them from roll-formed zinc-coated steel and then adds DuraBull, which is generally for truck bed liners, for even more protection.

Tube doors go for $1,195. These use 2.0-inch diameter heavy-gauge steel and mount to the factory hinges and bump stops. A mirror kit for them is an additional $215 to improve outward visibility.

Jeep is also offering a black powder-coated front bumper for $1,275. It can accept the $1,595 Warn winch, and there’s a $450 mounting kit to ensuring proper alignment with the vehicle’s airbag deployment strategy. As a final touch, there’s a grille and winch guard hoop for $249.

Customers can order a 7.0-inch off-road LED light kit for $725. The pair of lights each emit 8,000 lumens.

Folks looking to carry a larger spare tire on the rear can get the modification kit to do so for $275. The swing gate hinge reinforcement for $625 makes sure it can handle the additional weight. The center high-mount stop light relocation kit for $85 moves the lamp to still be visible with the bigger spare tire.

For the inside, buyers can get all-weather floor mats for $165 and a molded cargo tray for $129.

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