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Wagoneer L

Wagoneer L with Carbide package. 

Jeep's premium Wagoneer models are getting even bigger for 2023 with "L" versions that take on vehicles like the Suburban, Navigator L, and Escalade ESV. The new model adds 12" inches of length, increasing passenger volume, second and third-row legroom, and cargo space. The SUVs will be powered by the brand's new 3.0L Hurricane twin-turbo six-cylinder engine that produces 420 hp and 468 lb-ft of torque in the standard Wagoneer while the Grand Wagoneer bumps it up to 510 hp and 500 lb-ft of torque. Both models will also take the lead in their class with a towing capacity of up to 10,000lbs. 

The Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer are available with three different 4x4 systems and both also feature a Quadra-Lift air suspension system that has five ride heights for a variety of driving scenarios. Available with seating for up to eight people, the interior features eight-way power front seats in the Wagoneer, 24-way power front seats in the Grand Wagoneer, a Uconnect 5 infotainment system with 10.1" and 12" touchscreen displays, a 10.25" passenger display, and compatibility with Alexa "Home to Car" technology, and Wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. 

Additional features include a digital rearview mirror option for the Grand Wagoneer, a 10.25" digital cluster (12.3" in the Grand Wagoneer), optional rear seat monitoring cameras in the Grand Wagoneer, McIntosh audio, more than 120 standard safety and driver assistance features, 18", 20", and 22" wheel options, and Trailer Hitch Line-up Assist to help streamline the experience of towing a trailer.

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