Quick & Easy Removal:A zipper design allows the rear section to to removed with ease, while the small flap section in the front can stay in place. Making the switch from the sun bonnet to a softop or hardtop a breeze once the initial install is complete.
Snug Fitment & Ultimate Quality: Mopar has engineered this full-length bikini for long lasting performance. Using premium materials and multiple unique attachment points. A perfect fit for your custom Jeep.
Solid Black Vinyl Option: Providing ultimate overhead protection blocking 100 percent of the overhead UV rays. Also, giving overhead protection from that that surprise sun shower. You will not stay completely dry, but at least you will be presentable.
Breathable Black Mesh Option: Allowing for even more air flow, but still giving adequate protection from the harsh sun in the heat of summer. The tight pattern of holes will allow adequate ventilation, while providing a better open-air experience with protection.
- Sun Bonnet
- Installation Hardware
- Features: Brief Top
- Color: Black
- Fabric: Vinyl (18-23oz) or Mesh
Jeep Wrangler Unlimited 4-Door (JL)
- 2020 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited 4-Door (JL)
- 2019 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited 4-Door (JL)
- 2018 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited 4-Door (JL)
Mopar Sun Bonnet Options
|Part Number||Catalog #||Please Choose Material:||Price|
|82215392||11126.0435||Black Vinyl (Solid)||$264.99|
Customer Submitted Photos
Mopar Sun Bonnet Reviews
Does not fit! Do not purchase. Had to return to Quadratec.
The bonnett fits relatively well - the pockets for the middle section under the cover aren't set correctly so there is a big wrinkle as the fabric is loose over the front section. Also, both the back left and right corner are too short and will not reach the corner snaps, so we have to tuck it under. Other than that it works as we hoped.
Its okay. I would say 3.5 stars. Installation wasn't too bad. You do have to work for it though. Getting all the snaps took a lot of pulling in the hot sun. Afterwards though, the holes for the windshield bolts did not line up, so I took the windshield down again and unzipped the front part. It was a pain to reattach the zipper, but well worth it, as it really tightened everything up nicely. It still flaps a little in the wind around 50mph All in all I would say it serves its purpose, but I hope to see a better product on the market soon.
Also, the seams are starting to tear a little. There are holes where the stitching is that have expanded due to the pulling, but that is literally the only way you can get all the snaps on.
if you have flapping noise, make sure the two little pockets are over the back freedom top mounts - that helped out quite a bit with flapping noise.