Jeep Grand Cherokee Performance Exhaust Kits & Parts
Let Mother Nature know that you're coming to have some fun with a Grand Cherokee aftermarket exhaust system. This mid-size crossover SUV is always ready to tackle any terrain. With a premium exhaust, you'll have the power and sound to do so on your terms. These Jeep Grand Cherokee performance parts are handcrafted in the USA using T304 stainless steel. We make them for DIYers with bolt-on installation and no tuning or special tools. MRT helps every Jeep owner Hear the Difference, Feel the Performance and Get Noticed.
Big Sound and Big Value
Multiple exhaust systems are available or in development for the many variants of this popular SUV. We're now on Version 3 of our Grand Cherokee exhaust series. The Cat-Back MRT Performance Exhaust for the Jeep SRT turns up the volume so it sounds like you're driving a muscle car - which is appropriate for the 6.4L Hemi engine under the hood. There's also a Version 3 exhaust for the 5.7L Grand Cherokee Summit and the supercharged Trackhawk.
Each MRT exhaust system has a straight-through muffler and mandrel-bent tubing for maximum exhaust flow, meaning double-digit horsepower gains. Choose between the base-model polished tips or a stealthy set of Black Ops painted tips. If you'd prefer the quieter Version 1 or Version 2 exhaust, give us a call to ask about availability.
Engineered Automotive Performance
For more than 35 years, our team has been dedicated to high-end automotive engineering. Our owner Scott doesn't just slap the MRT name on a system and call it a day - he's hands-on with all the design and testing. Once a Jeep Grand Cherokee exhaust system is assembled, technicians inspect it a minimum of four times. We leave no stone unturned during the process so you can turn over a few of your own on the trails.
Jeep Grand Cherokee Exhaust FAQs
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