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Jeep® Adds Hurricane Twin-Turbo Power To Its Base Model Wagoneer

Jeep® Adds Hurricane Twin-Turbo Power To Its Base Model Wagoneer​

New Twin-Turbo Power Is Now Available For Ordering...​


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Jeep® has recently announced to its dealer network that the all-new twin-turbo 3.0-liter “Hurricane” I-6 S.O. (Standard Output) engine is now available for the 2023 Jeep Wagoneer Series I (WS) base trim, allowing customers to opt for a powerful and efficient engine over the standard 5.7-liter HEMI® V8 with eTorque. This marks a shift away from the HEMI as it becomes less environmentally friendly.

 

patfromigh

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I wonder if Jeep will offer anything like Ford's Expedition Timberline package for the Wagoneer. The standard output Hurricane is already there for hp.
 

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Frankly the Hurricane engine is the salvation of Jeep, Dodge and Ram. I would never consider replacing my Jeep or Challenger without this option. Waiting for the Wagoneer S or next generation Cherokee and see if it’s offered. If not I’ll select a Grand Cherokee for a six. The Hemi Challenger is a keeper no matter the availability of the Hurricane in next generation. No electric for me. It’s Hurricane or nothing.
 

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I wonder if Jeep will offer anything like Ford's Expedition Timberline package for the Wagoneer. The standard output Hurricane is already there for hp.
Its not far off as it is or may already be better than timberline. Series II Off Road won four wheeler of the year over the Tahoe Z71 and Sequoia TRD Pro.
 

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