suggested, depending on your budget, you may consider trading your Latitude in on a TH. It is actually what I ended up doing. I wasn't trying to make mine look like a Trailhawk, but I wanted the extra capabilities the TH has.
However, if that is not an option, or not something you really want to do, there are many ways to turn a Latitude into a FauxHawk
Lifts have become fairly common with KLs now and more options are coming out. The prices range from $70 to a couple thousand, depending on the amount of lift you want and whether you're fine with spacers or you want to replace the components with higher grade equipment. One company is claiming up to 3" lift, but it has not been verified or tested yet.
There has not been found (so far) a way to add the actual Trailhawk tow hooks to the front. However as IRSmart mentioned, I do sell bracket kits to add recovery hooks to the front of the Jeep.
Add-On Recovery Hooks for NON-TRAILHAWK Models
As far as the back goes, the hitch and shackle is going to be the easiest way to go; although if you have the Mopar hitch, there is a location to install the rear tow hook. It would just require cutting a large hole in your bumper fascia.
There are multiple hood decals available; even some really cool ones that say "Latitude" on them. Just whatever you do, just please don't put a Trailhawk badge, or the Trail-Rated badges on it...
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