Top Questions About the Wagoneer in 2024 near Liberty Hill TX
Drivers who want a large, luxury-oriented SUV can now test-drive the 2024 Wagoneer at Benny Boyd Lampasas Jeep. We are the local Jeep dealership serving Liberty Hill, TX, and beyond, and here are some of the top questions our customers considering the Wagoneer have been asking us about this vehicle:
- What is the difference between the Wagoneer and the Grand Wagoneer?
- Can the Wagoneer tow a trailer, and if so, how much?
- What is the difference between the Wagoneer and Wagoneer L?
The 2024 Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer are fundamentally the same vehicle. A notable difference is the starting MSRP. The Wagoneer starts at $62,945, whereas the Grand Wagoneer starts at $92,540. Both are luxury models. The Grand Wagoneer just has more of those luxuries included in the standard equipment. Prior to this model year, the base Wagoneer had a V8 HEMI engine rather than the twin-turbo six-cylinder known as the Hurricane, but this is no longer the case.
Yes, the Wagoneer can tow a trailer and as much as 10,000 pounds with proper equipment. Customers who want this capability will want to opt for the optional Heavy-Duty Trailer-Tow Package. It adds not only the receiver hitch and prewiring but heavy-duty engine cooling, a rear electronic limited-slip differential, an integrated trailer brake control, and more.
The Wagoneer L is an extended-wheelbase version. The wheelbase is extended by 7 inches, and the length is extended by 12 inches to approximately 18.9 feet overall. Seating capacity and passenger spaciousness remain the same, but the L variant increases the dedicated cargo space from 27.4 to 42.1 cubic feet. Both models have the same maximum towing capacity.
Contact our dealership for more information about the 2024 Wagoneer. Visit us near Liberty Hill TX. Also serving Temple, Belton, and Georgetown Texas.