Same problem here, but I have a little more time (2013 back).
However, have a look here Euro specifications?
You need to work on;
- Taillights (body backup becomes amber, cut of blinker from brake signal; no new taillights needed, they are basically the same, just different sockets)
- Foglight (Mopar Foglight, Euro Lightswitch, StarScan coding to make the switch work and I haven't found out were to plug the Rear fog wires in to make the Euroswitch work as the manual only describes their connection to work simultaneously with the front fogs, there is a post about it)
- white front Parking lights (new bulb in the front lamps, use the parking light wire for them and keep the turn signal wire for the blinkers)
- VIN engraved in the metal frame (is behind the passenger seat)
- a towing capability in the front (either tow hooks or the Australian tow eye)
- no aftermarket wheels (should have a Jeep, Chrysler or Mopar name engraved in it)
- if you have HID you need a headlight washer system (aftermarket, or original kit, but I haven't figured out how complex it is
- the title
All this, plus the actual administrative work (that is really the pain, you need technical assessment on brakes, lights, structure, EMV, engine, emission, etc) is done by experienced garages for about 1500 Euros. There garages specialized to that, like Auto Mundt, Kalkofen, uscars24 etc. However, their solutions might be self constructed, not necessarily compliant with Chrysler work, so pay close attention. It is also a complete price, not sure if any self made work will reduce costs. It will give you confidence on how it is done though.
Ah, not to forget you should think about caveat waxing and underbody protection. Climate is a little different.
For more questions shoot me a PM if you want. Would be great to share your experience than as well.