Compared: 2023 Grand Wagoneer vs 2023 Grand Wagoneer L

You can now get Jeep's new full-size three-row luxury SUV in regular and extra-long versions.

Two black 2023 Jeep Grand Wagoneer L models, a white 2023 Wagoneer L, and a black Jeep Grand Wagoneer with black rimsJeep

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Jeep has climbed into luxury territory with its 2023 Grand Wagoneer, a full-size three-row SUV to tackle established rivals such as the Cadillac Escalade and Lincoln Navigator. Like those two icons of American extravagance, the Grand Wagoneer comes in two sizes, with standard and extended wheelbase L models.

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Price Break on Grand Wagoneer Over the Grand Wagoneer L

Both the Grand Wagoneer and extended Grand Wagoneer L offer five trim levels. It takes about $90,000 for the base model Grand Wagoneer, while the range-topping Series III Obsidian starts at $111,000. Unlike the competitors from Cadillac and Lincoln, the Jeep comes with standard four-wheel drive.

If you want the long-wheelbase Grand Wagoneer L, it'll cost between $2,000 and $3,500 more, depending on the trim. The biggest difference is in the entry-level L, which starts at $94,000, with the top-line Series III Obsidian starting at $114,000.

Shoppers can also enhance both Grand Wagoneer models with several optional packages. These include a second-row seating package, a rear-seat entertainment package, and a heavy-duty towing package for up to 9,850 pounds of hauling capability. However, the pricing of these packages varies depending on the trim level they're attached to.

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Entertainment and Comfort Mirrored in Both Grand Wagoneers

As the 2023 Grand Wagoneer is among the newest and most expensive Jeeps on the market, it's loaded with the latest technology, luxury features, and safety equipment. If you like screens and displays, the big Jeep SUV will impress. There's a massive 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster along with a 12.0-inch infotainment screen.

Fancier trim levels include a 10.3-inch passenger display, while the rear-seat entertainment package adds two more 10.1-inch screens with built-in Amazon Fire TV service.

Beyond these gadgets, the Grand Wagoneer and the Grand Wagoneer L include all the safety features and driving aids you can think of. The front seats have heated and ventilated functions as standard equipment, plus there are heated second-row seats, while the second-row seats are also cooled in the Obsidian and higher trims.

Both big Jeeps offer roomy interiors for up to seven passengers and their cargo. The smaller Grand Wagoneer still offers 94 cu-ft behind its first row with all the seats folded and 27 cu-ft behind its third row. The extended L version can handle up to 44 cu-ft of gear behind its last row and up to 113 cu-ft with all seats folded.

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Grand Wagoneer L Achieves Slightly Better Gas Mileage

The entry-level Grand Wagoneer uses a 6.4-liter V8 engine that makes 471 horsepower. It's the least fuel-efficient option in the lineup, returning an EPA estimate of 15 mpg.

All other versions, including the Grand Wagoneer L, use a 510-hp twin-turbocharged inline-six-cylinder engine. The standard wheelbase Wagoneer delivers 17 mpg, while the extra-long L manages 16 mpg.

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Sami Haj-Assaad
Sami Haj-Assaad is an award-winning automotive journalist who has contributed to several automotive, electric vehicle, luxury lifestyle, and technology publications. His work isn't just limited to the written word, as he's also hosted YouTube videos and podcasts. Having grown up in the '90s, he has a strong sense of attachment to that era's style, though he also loves to geek out about the modern, futuristic tech and powertrains rolling out today.