Jeep, one of the proud owners of heavy-duty sports utility vehicles and luxury vehicles, is a brand of American automobile and division of FCA US LLC, which a self-owned subsidiary of the Italian-American cooperation Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. Jeep product range is solely dependent on sports utility vehicles including off-road vehicles including one pick-up truck in their convoy as well. According to recent reports, Jeep’s new Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer are spotted to undergo rigorous training tests and dynamic vehicle inspection. Now all these things are not officially confirmed, so readers are advised to take the information with a pinch of salt.
Now coming to some official confirmation regarding both the models, according to sources, both the Jeep’s Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer will start the production in early 2021 according to FCA reports. It is still in doubt whether the Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer will ride on a modified version of the next-generation Grand Cherokee’s unibody platform or a body-on-body frame Ram platform. Most of the reports point the Wagoneer body to be based on the Ram 1500 truck. According to a recent photograph, the model is spotted with an independent Rear suspension. It is seen to be supported by a lateral “bar” or frame member underneath the vehicle of the tire that provides hard mounting points for an independent rear suspension. The new exhaust layout is re-routed to create more space for other components. Only two of the modern cars come with this separate rear suspension support system, which is Ford Expedition and Lincoln Navigator. According to the reports, it is expected that the next-generation Chevrolet Tahoe, GMC Yukon and Cadillac Escalade to replace the current system with an independent rear suspension(IRS) system as well as replace the rear-axle setup in the upcoming models.
The current model Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer are currently on the prototyping stage and changes are made to be liable according to the testing conditions and the outcomes given by them. Reports suggest that both the models will be built at FCA’s Warren Truck Assembly Plant in Michigan, alongside the new ram HD. Information regarding the pricing is still unknown until now.