There are new long-wheelbase versions of the conventional Jeep Wagoneer L and Grand Wagoneer L for the 2023 model year. Jeep’s three-row SUV “L” models have an additional 7 inches between the axles and a total of 12 inches of load space. It is standard on the expanded Wagoneers that Stellantis’ new twin-turbo inline-six “Hurricane” engine, with up to 510 horsepower, makes its formal premiere.
A new long-wheelbase model will be introduced for the Jeep Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer for the 2023 model year in a classic American manner After the regular models were revealed last year, stretched “L” versions of Jeep’s three-row SUVs seemed inevitable, mainly because domestic rivals such as the Chevy Suburban and Cadillac Escalade ESV, as well as the Ford Expedition Max and Lincoln Navigator L, are extended versions of their respective nameplates.
The wheelbase of the Jeep Wagoneer L and Grand Wagoneer L will increase by 7 inches to 130 inches in 2023, the same for both models. As a result, their overall length has been increased by a full foot to 226.7 inches. There is a noticeable increase in freight room, even if the increase in passenger volume is minimal.
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The Wagoneer L’s load volume ranges from 42 to 131 cubic feet, compared to the ordinary Wagoneer’s 27 to 117 cubic feet. If you’re looking for greater cargo room, the Grand Wagoneer L features an extra 19 cubes (113 total) behind the first row and another 17 cubes (44 total) behind the third row, compared to the non-L Grand Wagoneer.
Besides having greater cargo room in the back, the extended Wagoneers include Stellantis’ new twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six as standard equipment. Known as the Hurricane, the Jeep Wagoneer L and Grand Wagoneer L of 2023 are the first vehicles to feature this engine’s formal introduction.
The Wagoneer L and Grand Wagoneer L both come standard with an eight-speed automatic transmission, however, the Wagoneer L’s output is higher than the Grand Wagoneer L’s. The S.O. model has 420 horsepower and 468 pound-feet of torque, while the H.O. variant has 510 horses and 500 pound-feet of torque. On 2022 Grand Wagoneers, the 510-hp version is now available as a $2000 upgrade option. The extended wheelbase can tow 10,000 pounds, just like the conventional wheelbase.
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With the 5.7-liter V-8 and the 6.4-liter V-8 that power the standard-wheelbase Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer, the L versions and their turbo-six engines are less thirsty at the gas station. There’s one more mpg in the S.O. Hurricane engine than in the most fuel-efficient 5.7-liter model. The H.O. Hurricane engine is rated at 16 mpg combined, which is 1 mpg better than the 6.4-liter V8. Long-wheelbase Wagoneers, according to Jeep, have larger fuel tanks and weigh 200 pounds more than their shorter-wheelbase counterparts.
The new Carbide package includes a unique blacked-out look for Wagoneer vehicles. The wheels, grille parts, mirrors, and more are coated in gloss black, while the interior has black seats and distinctive dashboard decor. As soon as spring arrives, you’ll have the option of purchasing the 2022 Wagoneer L, which will be released later this year, as well.
Both the Grand Wagoneer and the new long-wheelbase Compass will be available in showrooms by 2023, although Jeep has not yet disclosed pricing for either of these models. For more such updates do follow us only on leedaily.com