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If you’ve ever looked at a Jeep Wrangler or Jeep Gladiator and wished it was taller, you aren’t alone. People have been lifted Jeep vehicles since the dawn of the classic Willys edition. Plus, Jeep Performance Parts just released a 2.0-inch lift kit for current Jeep Wrangler and Gladiator models. 

What comes with the Jeep Performance Part 2.0-inch Jeep Wrangler/Gladiator lift kit? 

The new Jeep Performance Parts (JPP) 2.0-inch lift kit for Jeep Wrangler (JL) and Jeep Gladiator (JT) models from Mopar features specially tuned Bilstein 46-millimeter monotube shocks with remote reservoirs. 

This is exciting because the new Bilstein shocks complement an increased ground clearance, larger wheels, and bigger tires by providing a consistent, fade-free performance in all conditions. 

Plus, the self-adjusting, deflective disc valve instantly reacts to changing surfaces to maximize driver control. 

The remote reservoirs increase oil capacity for greater heat dissipation, while a unique swivel banjo fitting allows for a 360-degree rotation of the flex hose for direct fitment as the reservoir oil line is protected from contact.

Along with the Bilstein shocks, the new JJP kit features four springs, front lower control arms, front and rear bump stops, assorted fasteners, and the JJP badge. The kit is carefully packaged and delivered in a custom, reusable wooden crate with the JPP logo.

How much does the JPP 2.0-inch kit cost?

The new JPP 2.0-inch lift kit costs $2,095. It can easily be added to 2018 – current Jeep Wrangler and Gladiator models in stock mounting locations without the need for extra drilling. 

The Mopar e-store provides parts numbers for each Jeep vehicle. Every engine option is included. More information is available on the site to make the entire process simple and straightforward. 

Mike Koval, Head of Mopar North America, shared that the JPP team at Mopar is always looking for innovative ways to improve performance for off-roading enthusiasts

There are over 500 quality-tested, factory-backed performance parts and accessories for the Jeep lineup. Jeepers win with new options to personalize and upgrade their unique rigs. 

Jim Morrison, Senior Vice President and Head of Jeep North America added that they can’t wait for the Jeep off-road community to experience the new Jeep Performance Parts lift kit with Bilstein shocks on the Wrangler and Gladiator this summer. 

He added that there is nothing quite like the legendary Jeep 4×4 capability for enthusiasts who want to tackle the toughest terrain. 

Is the 2024 Jeep Wrangler out yet? 

Two 2024 Jeep Wrangler models parked in the desert
2024 Jeep Wrangler models | Allison Barfield, MotorBiscuit

Yes, the new and improved 2024 Jeep Wrangler is available. You can put your order in or browse your local dealership. However, the JPP lift kit works for 2018 and newer Wranglers. It’s available with the 2020 Jeep Gladiator and newer trucks as well.

The new Wrangler received a mid-cycle refresh to become more refined, capable, and modern. For example, the grille is now shorter to accommodate the available factory-installed Warn winch. Also, the antenna is now built into the windshield, so it won’t get snagged on the trail. 

The Jeep Gladiator is primarily a carryover model but has advantages with its 7,700 lb towing capacity and longer wheelbase for a smoother ride. We hope it gets the same updates as the new Wrangler soon. 

We hope to take a newly lifted Wrangler on the trail to see how it compares. But it’s hard to find anything to complain about with the stock 2024 Wrangler Rubicon.