When it comes to protection, comfort, and appearance for your Jeep’s interior, should you go with carpet or liner? We wanted to find out what’s best for Jeep enthusiasts like you. We took a look at the wide selection of Jeep carpets and liners at 4 Wheel Drive to help you make the right decision.
Jeep Replacement Carpet
Sometimes the carpet in your Jeep wears out over time. 4 Wheel Drive carries Jeep Wrangler TJ carpet kits to help you when the mud, dirt, and gunk take a toll on your Jeep’s carpet. Their carpets come from top brands like Rugged Ridge, BedRug, and Auto Custom Carpet and come with the following advantages:
- Full interior coverage
- Protection from dents, cuts, and abrasions
- Sound proofing
These products are designed to fit the exact shape of your Jeep’s body and wheel wells. They lay flat and don’t interfere with other components. If you’re looking for an easy, one-piece carpet kit that’s form-fitted to your exact model, then look no farther than 4 Wheel Drive.
Jeep Floor Liners
On the other hand, you may want to go for a liner. You can get either complete liner kits or just the sections you need. Many off-roaders choose Jeep liners because of these unique features:
- Waterproof polypropylene
- UV resistant
- Fade protection
- Fast installation
Whether you simply need to replace the carpet in the front of your Jeep or need complete coverage, you can get what you need with custom Jeep liners.
So, what’s better? The answer is that it’s up to you and each individual situation. Some people swear by carpets, while other only use liners. What we can promise is that, no matter what you purchase from 4 Wheel Drive, it will be the highest quality. While you’re replacing your carpet, you can also pick up some Jeep CJ7 seats or floor mats. Check out all the interior parts you can get to revamp your Jeep’s interior.