Jeep Accessories That Make Your Rig Stand Out On The Trail

Jeeps are rugged, terrain-conquering machines built to go where other vehicles fear to tread. Your Jeep can easily go from being your daily driver to an off-road monster, conquering the gnarliest, most rugged terrains with seemingly little effort.

Just because their stock built is quite robust doesn’t stop you from adding accessories to extend your Jeep’s life or enhance its off-road capabilities. There are a variety of aftermarket parts and accessories that do everything from protecting your rig to ensuring you make heads turn when you hit the trails.

The sheer number of Jeep accessories available can make it confusing and overwhelming to sift through and decide which ones to buy. That’s why we decided to highlight some of the fan-favorites among off-road enthusiasts that will make your rig stand out on the trail.

Performance-enhancing Jeep Accessories

Your Jeep rolls off the factory with some pretty neat off-road and bad weather-wearing capabilities. However, getting a lift and suspension kit, bigger, meatier tires and wheels coupled with a modified air intake and exhaust system are some of the most common Jeep modifications out there. There are a number of other accessories that come with these mods, depending on your vehicle’s model and the upgrades you choose.

Accessories That Combine Function & Aesthetics

Other kinds of Jeep accessories are a perfect combination of beauty and functionality. These will not only protect and improve your Jeep’s performance but also improve its looks, helping you make a statement on the trails.

These include:

Jeep doors You need an easy way to enter and exit your vehicle. Custom Jeep doors allow you to do just that while protecting the interior from dust and debris.

Jeep hood Sure a hood is pretty functional, but with a few tweaks and an awesome paint job, you can have yours customized to reflect your taste.

Soft/ hard tops Going off-road means you’re exposed to the elements and a top is a great way to protect your passengers and vehicle interior from the sun, rain, dirt and off-road obstacles. Whether you choose a hard or soft top depends on how often you want to enjoy the open air.

Custom Jeep interior When designing a custom built Jeep, you have the option of re-doing your vehicle’s interior according to your liking. You can replace the stock seats with custom ones then put bespoke seat covers, install a custom dash with a chrome finish, put custom floor liners to protect your carpet as well as grab handles and entry guards.

Other accessories that are sure to give your Jeep a sleek appearance include fenders, fender flares, LED lights, bumpers and grille guards.

Come Talk To Our Jeep Mechanic Specialists

We have a wide range of Jeep accessories available at Dixie 4 Wheel Drive and we also have years of experience installing them on all types of Jeep makes and models. We’re sure to have something that suits you and your vehicle, whether you have a 2-door Sports Wrangler or a 4-door Rubicon. So pay us a visit today.

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