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2024 Jeep Wagoneer: Will There Be a 2024 Jeep Wagoneer? – Since the unfortunate Commander was discontinued at the end 2010 model year, Jeep fans have been left without a large SUV that can accommodate their growing families. The 2024 Wagoneer brings back a name and concept from the past of the Jeep brand, along with a full-size SUV. The Wagoneer is built to perform the same function as the Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban. It also has a large cabin, a high driving position, and a towing capacity of 10,000 pounds. The Wagoneer is a massive SUV that will struggle to fit into some trails, even with its three all-wheel drive systems. The Wagoneer will spend most of its time on the road, offering a smooth ride with a cabin that is well-insulated. It’s a great vehicle for a road trip and can seat up to eight people. Luxury buyers might be more interested in our separate review of the Grand Wagoneer.
A carryover of the 2024 Jeep Wagoneer will most likely be the case, but the Wagoneer S, as it is currently called, is set to join the lineup. The all-electric Jeep is designed to combine the ruggedness of Jeeps with the luxury comfort of an upscale design. Jeep’s premium SUV presence will be expanded by this all-new Jeep.
The 2023 lineup added the long-wheelbase model Wagoneer L, and Grand Wagoneer L. Consumers looking for a 2024 Wagoneer will have plenty of choices. The lineup will remain unchanged, except for the Wagoneer EV. The Wagoneer, which was introduced in 2022 as a brand-new model, will remain a carryover for 2024. The three-row Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer should retain the same design of the 2023 model as a carryover.
The Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer should have the same boxy, upscale design on the exterior. The new 2024 Wagoneer will feature a unique aerodynamic style and the iconic upright Wagoneer design. Wagoneer S also features a signature LED Grille. Stellantis claims that the SUV will have a 400-mile range per charge and 600 horsepower. It should also be able to do 0-60 in 3.5 seconds.
The 2024 Wagoneer will continue to use the same engine for all gas-powered models. A Wagoneer S EV model will be added. Standard Wagoneer, Grand Wagoneer, and the Hurricane 3.0-liter 6-cylinder engine are the same. However, the Grand Wagoneers have been tuned to get more horsepower and torque. All models come with an automatic eight-speed transmission and rear-wheel-drive as standard. The 2024 model should be the same.
The current Wagoneer offers the largest interior volume of its class. It also has the best headroom and legroom in the second and third rows. The Wagoneers of 2024 should have the same V-shaped console with physical buttons. The Wagoneer models feature screens of approximately 75 inches, giving them a technologically advanced feel while still being luxurious.
The 2024 Wagoneer should have the same features as the current model. The 2023 Wagoneer has a 10.1″ touchscreen, a 10.3″ digital instrument cluster with wireless Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, and navigation, eight USB ports, and nine audio speakers. It also features a wireless charging pad. Features include a 10.3″ touchscreen on the passenger’s side, two 10.1″ displays at the rear, and a 19-speaker audio system. Grand Wagoneer models are available with more high-tech features, including a 12-inch touchscreen display, a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster, and a 10.25-inch screen in the second-row console.
Wagoneer is equipped with active safety systems such as automatic emergency braking, lane keep assist, adaptive cruise, blind spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic detection, front and back parking assistance, and rain-sensing wipers. The features available should include traffic sign recognition and a head-up screen, as well as a driver fatigue monitor, surround-view parking cameras, and hands-free park assist. These features are expected to be the same in the 2024 model.
The base Wagoneer model comes with an entry-level 5.7-liter engine. It is a twin-turbocharged inline-six that produces 420 hp. The Wagoneer comes standard with an eight-speed automatic, but for those who want the off-road capability of this vehicle, they will need to order a four-wheel-drive. Rear-wheel-drive is standard. There are three options for four-wheel drives, each with different levels of capability.
The Wagoneer is also available with an adjustable air suspension, which can provide an extra 3.6 inches in ground clearance, as well as a drive mode selector that allows you to choose between sand/mud/snow and rock modes. The Wagoneer’s rear-wheel drive and four-wheel drive variants will both be rated for towing up to 10,000 pounds. During our first test, we found that Wagoneer’s top-heavy handling didn’t inspire us to speed through curves. However, its suspension was softly tuned and provided a smooth ride on the highway. When we test Wagoneer’s new inline-6, we will update this article.
According to the EPA’s estimates, rear-wheel drive Wagoneers are the most fuel-efficient, achieving 17 mpg in the city and 23 mpg on the highway. All-wheel drive reduces these estimates to 16 mpg in the city and 22 on the highway. The SUV has not yet been tested on the 75-mph highway route that we use to measure fuel economy. We will update this article when we can share the results.
Release Date and Price
The Wagoneer is expected to debut in spring 2023. The Wagoneer S will be unveiled in early 2023. Consumers can then make reservations for the all-electric vehicle that is scheduled to start production in 2024.
We expect that the Wagoneer will have a starting price of around $60,995 plus destination. Grand Wagoneer models are worth over $110,000, and the EV Wagoneer S is expected to be priced somewhere in between.