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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 10-06-2008, 10:40 PM Thread Starter
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Rear trunk cover

Has anyone found a cover or method, to hide our belongings in the trunk? It bugs me how Jeep didn't provide this option. This would be helpful especially during Christmas time. Please provide some alternative links if possible.
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It looks like it is a new feature for 2009. Standard on Limited and Overland. Check it out.
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Limo tint the last two rows and the rear window... I can hardly see into the back of my XK...


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Limo tint the last two rows and the rear window... I can hardly see into the back of my XK...


Yeah, I'm debating about that; the previous link that showed some sort of 'brown box' was not gettin on my good taste buds. It's a bummer Jeep just now decided to provide some sort of security for our belongings in the rear. Tough part about dark/limo tint... is backing up in dark areas and reversing sorta blindly w/ just the park assist helping. Thanks though...
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i had limo tint in my last car. i hated it. i couldn't see crap, especially at night.
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It looks like it is a new feature for 2009. Standard on Limited and Overland. Check it out.
Am I missing something? I see them talk about it, but I'm not seeing a picture of where it's located, what it looks like when it's covered, etc.
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Am I missing something? I see them talk about it, but I'm not seeing a picture of where it's located, what it looks like when it's covered, etc.
From the description, it looks more like window drapes for the two rear quarter glass panels (something you can probably get from your local walmart w/ suction cups instead). That's all I can see from it... makes me wonder, but I still wasn't expecting something like that.
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Am I missing something? I see them talk about it, but I'm not seeing a picture of where it's located, what it looks like when it's covered, etc.
Ditto for me.
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Yeah, I'm debating about that; the previous link that showed some sort of 'brown box' was not gettin on my good taste buds. It's a bummer Jeep just now decided to provide some sort of security for our belongings in the rear. Tough part about dark/limo tint... is backing up in dark areas and reversing sorta blindly w/ just the park assist helping. Thanks though...
Do all Commanders come with the rear parking sensors?
I know mine has them, it's the Limited, and it helps backing up, that's for sure.

The tint isn't that dark in the back to be honest! I have had a lot darker in the past...

(And please note, this is not photoshopped in any way at all...!!)
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