Re: Chrome bezels
The bezels cost $120 + tax from the dealership. Installation is very simple! Look at how the new bezels will lock into place to determine how to pop out the black bezels.
The chrome bezels should have been part of the factory chrome on the Overland in my opinion. But they are a nice touch for certain colors, like my bright silver Overland (http://jeepgarage.org/picture.php?al...&pictureid=859
). Another "WK2 bezel" thread has pictures of a white Jeep and a dark colored Jeep with the chrome bezels.
JEEP 3: 2011 Grand Cherokee Overland 4x4, Hemi V-8 with MDS, Multi-speed Automatic with ERS, Quadra-Drive II with Rear ELSD, Off-Road Adventure Group II, Selec-Terrain, Quadra-Lift, Towing Group IV, Advanced Warning & Adaptive Cruise Control, Bright Silver Exterior with Beige Leather Interior
MODS: All-Terrain tires, Passenger-side "Trail Rated" Badge, "5.7L" and "Hemi" Badges, "70th Anniversary" Badge, Mopar Cold Air Intake, Custom Engine Cover, Chrome Fog Light Bezels, Bright Pedals, Illuminated Door Sills, WeatherTech in front / back / cargo / license plate frame, Mopar Roof Rack, Thule Ski Rack, Thule MOAB Cargo Basket
JEEP 4: 2014 Cherokee Trailhawk 4x4, 3.2 liter V-6, 9-speed Automatic with ERS, Active-Drive II with Rear ELSD, Technology Group, Comfort Group, Cold Weather Group, Granite Exterior with Brown Interior