The ONLY way to go right now is with the VLED V3 Triton's. Im not even sure if they will fit, but if they dont then dont even bother with anything else. These are hands down the only plug and play LED systems that are currently worth buying. The output is incredible! I have experience with several different kinds and everything else might be acceptable at low light or night time situations, but in any sort of daylight they go almost useless. The V3 Tritons are significant even in direct sunlight.
They emit light into a adjustable lens that will fully utilize the reflector housing like a standard bulb. Unfortunately I do not have a 2014+ Jeep yet so I cant try them out, however I did attempt to fit them into my previous 2012 Overland and those things use some small bulbs that the V3's just will not fit into which is too bad.
I currently have the V3's installed in the front park/turn signals and rear turn signals in my 07 Acura TL-S. I also have them in the front park/turn, rear turn, and brake lamps of my wifes new 2014 Toyota Highlander Limited. These will not disappoint!! No, they arent cheap, but thats because they aren't some cheapo "tower" LED that works like crap.
Here are my comparison pictures:
Red VLED V3 Triton units:
Brake lights ON. V3 Triton on the right, stock left:
Turn signals ON. V3 Triton on the right, stock left:
This is my Acura turn signals. V3 Triton on the left, stock right:
I think you get the point :-) Now before anyone goes and says they would be blinding bright, that is not true. Although the wall pictures may make it seem that way, in real life they are basically identical output to any new vehicle equipped with LED's. As I said before they are not cheap, but I really like the way LED's look with their unmistakable instant on/off and deep vibrant colors.