Jeep Gladiator & Wrangler LED Light Outfitting Guide
Posted on May 27 2021
Adding LED lighting to your Jeep Gladiator or Jeep Wrangler is the best way to see more of the road in front of you and give your Jeep that custom look. Whether you're planning to add a single set of fog lights or go all out with a steel bumper, ditch lights, roof lighting and reverse lights, we've got you covered. Here are just a few ways to install some of our most popular products on your Jeep Wrangler or Gladiator. Refer to the links below to see exactly how we outfitted this Gladiator or click on the button to shop all products that fit your new Jeep.
Featured Jeep Wrangler & Gladiator Accessories
(1) D4 Light Pods - DNL.D4.050
(2) A Pillar Light Mount - In Development
(3) D3 Fog Light Kit - DNL.D3.051
(4) M7 LED Headlight - TT.M7 (Fits Jeep JT & JK)
(5) D7 Light Pods - DNL.D7.050
(6) Flush Mount Cargo Lights - DNL.DRL.002
(7) High-Power S4 Backup Lights - DNL.S4.050
(8) Flush Mount Back Up Lights - DNL.DRL.002
(8) Flush Mount Brake Lights - DNL.B6.003
*This video features a Toyota Tacoma, but all the same product applications apply to your Jeep Wrangler and Gladiator!
Jeep Wrangler & Gladiator Lighting & Accessories
The 2021 Jeep Wrangler has a long history of being a durable, compact, go-anywhere SUV. The Wrangler was introduced in 1986, and now in its fourth generation. Arguably the favorite of the Jeep enthusiasts, for it’s small compact form and ability to tackle the harshest environments. The 2021 Jeep Wrangler retains everything good from it’s heritage, and builds on it with modern amenities.
New for the 2021 model is the introduction of the hybrid 4xe powerplant. You can also opt for a monster of a V8, the Rubicon 392 engine. The hybrid power plant is a combination of a turbocharged 4 cylinder engine and an electric motor. This combination produces a respectable 375 horsepower, and only available with the four-door Unlimited models--due to the battery pack's location under the back seat. This was a smart compromise for battery packaging that maintained ample ground clearance. Go rock-crawling in a hybrid Jeep Wrangler!
The V8 is the engine every power-hungry Jeep lover has been waiting for since the first Jeep Wrangler. While the original straight-six engine was reliable, some enthusiasts saw it as lacking the horsepower, rightfully so. The new Rubicon 392ci 6.4L V8 solves this problem by cranking out 470 horsepower. So, if you ever get stuck on the trail, a lack of horsepower won’t be the issue.
All models are available with an 8-speed automatic transmission, while certain models have the option for a manual 6 speed. No matter which engine set up you choose you will get at least part time 4WD in all the trim levels. The suspension on the 2021 Wrangler is improved from last year but with the standards of modern SUVs is set so high it falls short and more in line with your average truck in terms of ride quality. The suspension isn’t horrible, but not the best in the market.
No matter where your Jeep Wrangler takes you, the ability to see in rough weather is important. D7 LED Light kit allows you to increase your field visibility making your daily drive easier and safer. The D7s make the perfect auxiliary lights because they can be mounted anywhere for maximum visibility. These D7’s work perfectly on the front bumper or roof rack!
If you need to upgrade your Jeep Wrangler fog lights consider DENALI’s DR1 LED Light Kit for optimal visibility. The DR1s make perfect LED fog lights for their impressive beam light distance to help you see further when you need it most.
When looking to upgrade your Jeep Wrangler’s lighting DENALI has you covered. LED lights for any situation or location, built for the toughest lifestyle. Lights and mounts that are modular with a vast variety of LED Light mounting options for any given application.