I think moparonline has a relatively new policy that if the VIN doesn't match their parts book they are not going to sell... but their parts book could wrong or incomplete. There is no difference between WK2 wheel fitment over the years 2011-2014. Some have HD brakes and need 18 or 20 in wheels, the SRT is a different animal.
It does say 2014 on the page you referenced, however. You may want to google the part number, see if anyone else has them.
2011 Grand Cherokee Overland V8, 2009 Liberty Rocky Mt V6, 2000 Grand Cherokee Laredo I6, 1979 CJ7 I6 Quadratrac
After purchasing my 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland, I spent hours on this forum trying to verify if larger AT tires would fit. I didn't see anything specific about BFG's, but I figured I would take the plunge and buy them anyway. Now it's time to give back - I can 100% verify that they DO WORK! Here is what I have:
BFG AT K/O 275/65P18 tires on Mopar Offroad 18" wheels. My Jeep is a 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland 5.7l V8 Hemi with QL (Quada-Lift).
I removed the stock 20" and replaced them with these. I can verify that the BFG's do not rub on any QL setting (including park mode), or in full lock.
They DO produce more road noise, and lower my MPG's by 1-2, but for off road use - these can't be beat. The spare doesn't fit into the back since it's too wide, so I mounted it on my Rola roof rack. I just picked up a Tiregate for future trips, so I could free up the roof rack for other things.
I kept the 20" wheels and plan to swap them in when I'm not going off road (Discount tire will do this for free).
Anyway, for if you've got the same WK2 and are considering the BFG's, you've got nothing to worry about - go for it!
FYI - the posted pic is at Offroad level 2 (full height).