New Changes Come to the 2024 Grand Wagoneer Lineup
The Grand Wagoneer may be the more grandiose of the two Wagoneer models, but some could say they’re mainly the same. That would be true for the powertrain, but there are still some features and choices only the Grand Wagoneer can provide. Some changes are coming to the 2024 Grand Wagoneer lineup, starting with a new lineup.
The new powertrain standard for the entire lineup is the Hurricane Twin Turbo 510 engine, capable of producing 510 horsepower and 500 lb-ft of torque. Doing away with the V8 engine option, the Grand Wagoneer has joined the engine family with other Stellantis models. A small lineup change this year – instead of Grand Wagoneer, Grand Wagoneer Series II, and Grand Wagoneer Series III, a trim that comes standard with the Obsidian package replaces the Grand Wagoneer Series II. Adios, amigo.
An 8-speed automatic transmission still the standard, transmitting power to all four wheels. The Grand Wagoneer is only sold as a 4×4 model anyway, coming standard with a Select-terrain system, Quadra-Lift Air Suspension, and an electronic rear limited-slip differential. Depending on the trim, consumers can jump straight to the 4×4 Quadra-Drive II system for a crawl ratio of 48:1, 10 inches of ground clearance, and up to 24 inches of water fording. The luxury brand of Jeep, the Grand Wagoneer still has the same off-road roots and capability.
It’s hard to imagine a difference between trims with so many features standard in the Grand Wagoneer, including heated exterior mirrors, LED tail lamps, acoustic-laminated front door glass and windshield, deep-tint sunscreen glass a roof rack, and so much more. The Obsidian appearance package can add a little flare with its Piano Black exterior accents, black interior accents, Gloss Black upper and lower daylight opening (DLO) molding, and 22-inch polished wheels with black inserts. This package is also available for the Series III if consumers want to go for that high-tier trim in style.
Offering the Best-in-class overall passenger volume and second- and third-row legroom with the most cargo volume behind the third row, the Grand Wagoneer can also come with a third row, able to seat up to eight passengers, known as the Grand Wagoneer L model. Going high-tech, the Grand Wagoneer can offer nearly 45 inches of screens making up the front instrument panel, and up to a 75-inch total screen display as an available option. Making front passengers more of a co-pilot, the 12-inch reconfigurable center stack touchscreen displays feature split-screen capability for a two-person operation. If this sounds like a good idea, consumers may want to opt-in for the available 10.25-inch passenger screen with four major functions – Co-Pilot for navigation and device management (also known as the DJ), entertainment for other optional features (HDMI or Rear Seat Entertainment control), security (view the exterior vehicle cameras, and just be a normal passenger that catches up on their latest shows with Amazon Fire TV Built-In thanks to the partnership between Stellantis and Amazon.
Uconnect 5, of course, comes standard, offering the latest generation and tech with Wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, integrated voice-commands, Bluetooth for up to two devices, and a 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot. The standard sound system is a McIntosh MX950 entertainment system with 19 speakers is the standard for the Grand Wagoneer, but consumers can go even higher with a McIntosh MX1375 23-speaker sound system. Offering more than 140 standard and available advanced safety features, the Grand Wagoneer comes standard with a 360-degree surround-view camera, adaptive cruise control with stop and go, blind-spot and rear cross-path detection, full-speed forward-collision warning-plus, ParkSense automated parking, and a ParkSense front and rear Park-Assist with Stop.
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