Jeep packages do vary according to the dealership. There are two types of options available for a consumer to purchase when buying a new Jeep, which are factory-installed and dealer-installed. Factory-installed options are placed from factory while dealer-installed vary from dealership to dealership.
Dealership-installed options can range from a number of different accessories or upgrades. One example includes visual updates, such as pinstriping a vehicle. Another is including an additional security system, which offers more options than the standard unit. Dealer-installed options also do not need to be approved by the original vehicle's manufacturer, which means they will not appear on the window sticker nor be warrantied.