Jeep is a very small 4-lettered word, But every definition they want to be described in is big. Just as their desires, 2023 Jeep Grand Wagoneer is also as massive. Wanna know how, because of some extra inches it gets down there.
The Grand Wagoneer, as the name says, is huge. Comparatively, 7-inches longer than the regular Wagoneer, that gives a special accommodation, resulting in the outgrowth of the 3rd seating row. Also acquired of a new twin-turbo six-cylinder engine for more practicality. Let’s glance out on further details.
Along with the extended wheelbase, the veteran beast is also set up with a new formulated engine of a twin-turbo 3.0-liter inline-six instead of the existing V8.
Engine, Top Speed, Mileage, 0-60Mph
As grand body requires grand power, The new Grand Wagoneer is topped in with a 510-hp twin-turbo 3.0-liter inline-six, surpassing the V8, that moves freely along with a eight-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive. As the resultant of good configuration, this American beauty has no laggy experience to pass on to the driver.
For a body this humongous, the 0-60mph mark is no surprise to be a high-timed fit, that leaves it up to 7.1 seconds. With this outburst, notably, The 2023 Grand Wagoneer L is rated at 16 mpg combined, with estimates of 14 mpg in the city and 19 mpg on the highway. Significantly a better deal than the last year’s model.
- Wheelbase (inches): 123
- Length (inches): 214.7
- Width, without mirrors (inches): 83.6
- Height (inches): 75.6
- Front Track Width (inches): 68.5
- Rear Track Width (inches): 68.3
- Minimum Ground Clearance (inches): 10
- Liftover Height (inches): 31.9
The Grand Wagoneer does also have a grand pricing, just like its features. With that said, the tag figures are described out as Series I for $90,000 (est), Series II for $100,000 (est), Obsidian for $106,000 (est) and lastly the supreme Series III Premium for $110,000 (est).