2024 Jeep Grand Wagoneer L: Review, Spec & Price

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2024 Jeep Grand Wagoneer L: Review, Spec & PriceOne year after its rebirth, 2024 Jeep Wagoneer & Grand Wagoneer are expanding their product offerings. The Wagoneer L is a full-size three-row SUV that offers even more space with its longer wheelbase. It also has an extra foot in length.

2024 Jeep Grand Wagoneer L Design
2024 Jeep Grand Wagoneer L Design


In 2024, the Wagoneer L (or Grand Wagoneer L) and Wagoneer L (or Wagoneer L), respectively, will be available in an extended-length version. These L models have an additional 7 inches of space between the wheels and add 12 inches in length to the vehicle.

Two versions of the 3.0-liter turbocharged six-cylinder “Hurricane engine” will be available in 2023. Further down on the page, you can find out more in the section “Fuel efficiency and performance specifications”. There are some other minor changes to the trim levels.

With its luxurious materials and impressive feature list, the Grand Wagoneer cabin will get all of your attention. The Grand Wagoneer’s cabin may lack the Escalade’s OLED touchscreen or Navigator Black Label’s lavish design but is still just as luxurious.

It’s likely that the cheaper Wagoneer will find many more buyers, but in some ways, it is even more impressive. The interior is the same as that of the Grand Wagoneer, but the materials aren’t quite as luxurious or the features as impressive. Jeep’s cabin is superior to that of a Tahoe, or Expedition. These vehicles have totally different interiors from their Cadillac, Lincoln, and Lincoln counterparts.

Jeep Uconnect is the most user-friendly interface for controlling technology. The central infotainment screen (10.1″ in Wagoneer, 12″ in Grand Wagoneer), and standard digital instrument clusters (10.25 in Wagoneer, 12.3 in Grand Wagoneer), are both available. Some models have dedicated touchscreens for the climate system, the seats at the front, and the back. You can specify a touchscreen entertainment system for the rear seat with two 10.1-inch screens and one for the passenger. Seven total, and this doesn’t include the digital rear-view mirror or head-up display.

2024 Jeep Grand Wagoneer L Interior
2024 Jeep Grand Wagoneer L Interior


The standard-length Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer are actually the same sizes, which stretch 4 inches beyond the Tahoe/Yukon/Escalade and Expedition/Navigator. The benefits are most noticeable in the third row. Although both the GM full-sizes and Fords offer genuinely spacious space for those over 6 feet tall, the Jeep manages to slightly surpass their space. The third-row cabin is also more luxurious than the second-row. There’s no better third row.

Wagoneer has a distinct advantage in terms of cargo. That extra length grants it more space behind the raised third row than the Tahoe/Yukon/Escalade and Expedition/Navigator. We could have fit six of the bags we tested in our luggage back there – we were unable to do so with any other vehicle. We’re talking about a lot of space when the second or third row is down. The same goes for the second row. The Grand Wagoneer is available with a seating configuration that accommodates eight passengers in a 2/3/3 orientation. The Grand Wagoneer is equipped with a 7-passenger 2/2/3 configuration, while the Grand Wagoneer has an optional 2-passenger arrangement.

Wagoneer L 2024 and 2024 Jeep Grand Wagoneer L are brand-new models for 2024. They have a longer wheelbase and more space inside. The cargo space can hold a lot more stuff with a 12-inch increase in length. Senior Editor James Riswick discovered this when he was moving houses in the Grand Wagoneer.

The Jeep is a big vehicle that moves like an ocean liner. The Jeep’s massive size and weight are always in your mind, and the optional air suspension on Wagoneer and Grand allows for some lateral movement when making turns. Our driver actually banged his head on the B-pillar when turning into a car park. This doesn’t occur in the Escalade, which is more stable. Ocean liners are a luxurious, comfortable, and quiet way to travel. It’s an exceptional ride, with a strong sense of stability as you cruise down the highway.

The quietness, the comfort, and (dare I say?) even the fact that it is almost fun to hustle are all factors. It’s almost enjoyable to hustle. It is easy to steer and feels good. Jeeps come close to GM’s SUVs in this area, though. Jeeps are also very well-built and have few of the quirks of SUVs with body-on-frame construction. It doesn’t affect driving much. The L models are a bit more difficult to drive at lower speeds due to the wider turning circle, and because there is simply more to handle. But otherwise, it’s just like driving a Wagoneer.

The Wagoneer does not have Trail Rated status, which means it won’t be able to go to all the places that a Grand Cherokee is capable of. The Wagoneer’s lack of articulation and its size are what hold it back. The vehicle still has a grand clearance of up to 10 inches and comes with a low-range transfer case.

The Wagoneer 5.7-liter base V8 hasn’t been tested on the road, but based on its power and 6,000-pound weight it’s a safe bet to say that the acceleration is likely on par with GM 5.3-liter. Grand Wagoneer’s 6.4-liter engine delivers smooth and quiet acceleration, without any of the go-fast sounds that this engine produces in other Jeep or Dodge models. The Grand Wagoneer also uses gas as if it were an ocean liner.

It is best to go with the new Hurricane six-cylinder engines. The throttle response may be a little less precise than that of the 6.4-liter V8, but it is only by a tiny bit. What you give up in throttle response you gain in low-down torque. This engine doesn’t require much effort to move. Turbos spin up quickly, and the power is delivered smoothly. It’s obvious that Hurricane 510 feels more powerful when you hammer it. But it is a little academic. The regular Hurricane is still a lot more powerful, even though it may feel faster. We wouldn’t choose the Grand if we were only looking at engine performance, considering how much better the fuel economy of the Hurricane standard was.

2024 Jeep Grand Wagoneer L
2024 Jeep Grand Wagoneer L


Jeep Wagoneer comes with three different engines (technically four) mated to eight-speed transmissions. The Wagoneer base model is the only one to offer a V8 engine with 392 horsepower. It also has 404 pound-feet of torque. The eTorque system is a mild hybrid that uses a battery and a generator (charged by regenerative braking). It can provide a short boost of up to 130 lb.-ft. The system can also shut down the engine when you decelerate. It’s 16 miles per gallon in city models with two-wheel drive, 22 miles per gallon on the highway, and 18 combined mpg. Four-wheel drive reduces that to 15/20/17mpg.

The “Hurricane”, 3.0-liter, twin-turbocharged inline-six engine is standard in Wagoneer Series II and Series III. It offers 420 hp with 468 lb.-ft. of torque. In 4×2 and 4×4 models it gets 17/24/20, while 16/23/19 is the fuel economy. The Wagoneer’s only engine that offers good fuel efficiency for its segment is this one.

The standard engine for the Grand Wagoneer is a V8 6.4 liters with 471 horsepower and 455 lb.-ft. of torque. The least fuel-efficient of the line, with a rating of 13/18/15 miles per gallon, this vehicle will cost hundreds more than the Navigator to fill.

There’s also a 3.0-liter Hurricane 510 in Grand Wagoneer Series II, Series III, and the 2024 Jeep Grand Wagoneer L. This version is tuned for 510 hp, 500 lb.-ft. of torque. The Grand Wagoneer L gets 14/20/17mpg, while the Grand Wagoneer standard wheelbase is 14/19/16mpg.

Jeep says that regular gasoline is acceptable in its 5.7-liter I6 and 3.0-liter I6 models, but it recommends mid-grade gasoline (89-octane). Premium fuel (91-octane), however, is recommended for the Hurricane I6 with 510 hp and is required in the V8.


It is the 2024 Jeep Wagoneer L (4dr SUV, 3.0L 6cyl turbo 8A) that has the lowest price for a 2024 Jeep Wagoneer L. It has an MSRP of approximately $62,495 including destination charges. There are also other versions, such as the 4dr SUV (3.0L 6cyl turbo 8A), which begins at $62,495.