Jeep will add three new models by 2020. As we anticipate the Wrangler pickup and confirmation of the arrival of a new Grand Wagoner, Jeep CEO Mike Manley has confirmed that the 2020 Jeep Grand Wagoneer would be longer. and longer Wagoneer, actually making two models.
2020 Jeep Wagoneer Review
The last mark that only three-row Jeep was the commander, a Grand Cherokee deck mate whose sales declined to almost nothing before Jeep stopped after the 2010 model year. With its rather small third row, its interior fit market and its poor fuel economy, the commander could not compete. Chrysler, then in trouble, decided to give up a new design of the commander when he remade the Grand Cherokee for 2011, although he stretched the new platform to build a Dodge Durango with a real third row of seats. Since then, there has been speculation that a restyled Durango could enter the market as a Jeep and that FCA could even dust off the wood-grain vinyl and resurrect the Grand Wagoneer’s badge.
As for the layout, there are usually not a lot of details. Exactly what we understand is that Jeep Grand Wagoneer 2020 and Jeep Wagoneer are going to be two different versions. The first and one we are talking about here are going to be the Jeep racer car. Its wheelbase will certainly be longer than the regular Wagoneer. The only look from his eyes was provided with the leaked images of his concept. How they look, you could see below. It’s like Grand Cherokee simply with a little more superior sensations. For some, even more information, we will definitely have to wait for the Toledo car titan to actually start serious work on it.
New Grand Wagoneer Performance
The foundations of the Wagoneer will come from the next-generation Ram pickup. The current Ram already has air springs, which one also expects to find in the 2020 Jeep Grand Wagoneer.FCA has said that the next Ram will also be hybridized, so plan ahead too. Other powertrains we’ll see: A 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 is a possibility for entry-level models, and the 5.7-liter and 6.4-liter Hemi V-8s can be offered optional.
A powertrain option that seems unlikely to postpone is a diesel. Shortly after announcing that it was going to re-equip the Ram truck plant in Warren, Michigan, to build Wagoneers, FCA received a notice of violation of the Clean Air Act by the EPA. The V-6 diesel engines currently sold in Jeeps and Rams are supposed to carry software that could act as a defeat device similar to the technology that put Volkswagen in hot water with regulators around the world. It is far too early to predict what consequences this new development could have for Jeep, let alone the Wagoneer, which is still far from production.