2023 Jeep Wagner L and Grand Wagner L Chevy take a long time to fight the suburbs

Big good, right America? You know it, Chevrolet knows it, and apparently the Jeep knows it too.

On Wednesday, the 2023 Jeep Wagner L and Grand Wagner L were announced before their 2022 New York Auto Show debut. Both will have Stellantis’ new turbocharged Inline-6 ​​engine, which the brand announced in late March. Jeep’s body-on-frame three-row People’s Mover’s long-wheelbase models are larger and wider to compete with Chevrolet Suburban, GMC Yukon XL, and Cadillac Escalade ESV. They are due to arrive later this year.

2023 Jeep Grand Wagner L

2023 Jeep Grand Wagner L

The wheelbase of the Jeep Wagner and Grand Wagner has expanded 7.0 inches (now 130 inches long) and added 12 inches to the overall length. The long-wheelbase models are now 226.7 inches overall, just 1.0 inches longer than the Chevrolet Suburban, GMC Yukon XL, and Cadillac Escalade ESV. You can bet that this is not a coincidence.

2023 Zip Wagner L.

2023 Zip Wagner L.

The extra length translates a huge amount of space inside the cabin with the ability to carry up to 50% more luggage than the smaller wheelbase model. The cargo space behind the third row is now 44.2 cubic feet on the Grand Wagner L form and 42.1 cubic feet on the Wagner L form, 15.8 cubic feet more than the smaller wheelbase model. Compared to the suburbs, the Grand Wagner L has 2.7 cubic feet more space and the Grand Wagner L has 0.6 cubic feet more space.

2023 Jeep Grand Wagner L

2023 Jeep Grand Wagner L

Long-wheelbase Wagner and Grand Wagner retain their seven- or eight-passenger seating configurations; The former has a second row center console and a captain’s chair. The third-row leg room should be 36.6 inches taller, which is 0.1 inches lower than the suburbs, and the second row of zip twins have 42.7-inch leg rooms, which is 0.7 inches higher than the suburbs.

2023 Jeep Grand Wagner L

2023 Jeep Grand Wagner L

Long-wheelbase Wagner and Grand Wagner models will not feature the V-8 under the hood like short-wheelbase models. The Wagoneer Ls will be powered by the new 3.0-liter turbocharged Inline-6 ​​with 420 hp and 468 lb-ft torque. The Grand Wagoneer L will get a high-output version with 510 hp and 500 lb-ft. Zip says the Turbo-6 will increase fuel economy by 1 to 2 mpg across the board compared to the current V-8 in the short-wheelbase models, and the high-output Turbo-6 will be available immediately in the 2022 Grand. Wagner short-wheelbase model. Jeep Axix noted that standard-output and high-output turbo-6 engines account for 96% of their parts and that there may be room for more energy in the future if needed.

An 8-speed automatic and full-time four-wheel drive will come standard in L models, as will a mechanical limited-slip rear differential. A 2-speed transfer case with low-range and an electronic limited-slip rear differential upper trim models will be standard with air suspension and adaptive damper. Long-wheelbase models will match the smaller wheelbase model’s heavy-duty towing package with a maximum tow capacity of 10,000 pounds, which gives the suburbs a rating of 8,300 pounds.

Jeep Exxon says the suspension has been reintroduced due to the long wheelbase models adding about 200 pounds. Despite the extra length and height of the L model, the steering ratio has been changed to provide an on-center feel like the short-wheelbase models. A fuel tank that will hold about 4 gallons more fuel.

2023 Jeep Grand Wagner L

2023 Jeep Grand Wagner L

2023 Zip Wagner L.

2023 Zip Wagner L.

2023 Zip Wagner L.

2023 Zip Wagner L.

The only way to tell the truth about a long-wheelbase Wagner or Grand Wagner from short-wheelbase versions is to add length. But Jeep 2022 has announced a carbide version for the 2023 version of the Wagoneer and Wagoneer L and Grand Wagoneer L. It will act as a blackout package with gloss-black wheels and black on the grille, mirror cap and headlight housing.

2023 Jeep Grand Wagner L

2023 Jeep Grand Wagner L

Inside, the long-wheelbase models look like the smaller-wheelbase versions despite having more space. The Grand Wagner may still have a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster, a 12.0-inch touchscreen, a 10.3-inch touchscreen for climate control, a 10.3-inch front passenger entertainment display, and a 10.3- to 75-inch screen. Inch rear seat climate control display, and dual 10.1-inch rear seat entertainment screen. The Wagoneers only works with a 1035-inch digital gauge cluster and a 10.1-inch touchscreen infotainment system, while passenger entertainment screens and rear seat entertainment screens are optional. A 10.0-inch head-up display is available on both models.

Like the short-wheelbase model, the 2023 Grand Wagner L and Wagner L will come standard with automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, active lane control, blind-spot monitor, rear cross-path detection and rear parking sensor. A night vision system and an all-around view camera system will be available.

Jeep said prices would be announced near launch in the market later this year.

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