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Official WL74 reveal/debut???

HuJass

New member
Has anyone heard ANYTHING about when Jeep will reveal/debut the WL74?

It was supposed to be a couple months ago at the New York show but that was cancelled due to Covid.
Then they had a couple sneak peeks, but other than that, nothing.

Doesn't production start in a couple weeks?

Will the debut be a bunch of regular people going to the plant and taking pictures thru the chain link fence?
 

1969 300

Member
Has anyone heard ANYTHING about when Jeep will reveal/debut the WL74?

It was supposed to be a couple months ago at the New York show but that was cancelled due to Covid.
Then they had a couple sneak peeks, but other than that, nothing.

Doesn't production start in a couple weeks?

Will the debut be a bunch of regular people going to the plant and taking pictures thru the chain link fence?
I was going to order one. You can only order a loaded Limited or a Summit Reserve with the Hemi and the high tech package (heads up display, night vision, etc). Still no pricing and no ordering a Summit which I wanted. Production on the WL74 was supposed to start 9/27 but I have my doubts. Instead, I am just going to look for a deal on a L if I cannot order a two row. I don't want to take delivery of a new vehicle in the middle of the winter and take a chance I'll end up with a decontented version due to the parts shortage.
 

redriderbob

Mopar Guru
Staff member
Has anyone heard ANYTHING about when Jeep will reveal/debut the WL74?

It was supposed to be a couple months ago at the New York show but that was cancelled due to Covid.
Then they had a couple sneak peeks, but other than that, nothing.

Doesn't production start in a couple weeks?

Will the debut be a bunch of regular people going to the plant and taking pictures thru the chain link fence?

Nothing yet.
 

nasanerd

New member
Any updates on this? I don't want to rush into buying a L (if I can find one with Quadra Lift) before the WL74 is debuted. I'm also curious if it will be offered with the HUD, night vision, and ventilated and massaging seats. I need one that can handle fording the creek in my Dad's driveway and give me luxury comforts for a 60+ mile roundtrip daily commute. I don't care so much about the 3rd row seats.
 

07alpineapex

New member
I got tired of waiting and found a 2021 Grand Cherokee Summit with a 5.7 hemi, Platinum series group, Signature leather wrapped interior package, QUADRA LIFT, quadra drive ll in slate blue pearlcoat. Wanted the HUD and night vision, but can live without it. Also got a great price! Hopefully, it will be trouble free.
 

Xlover

Member
jeep posted an intro/teaser on instagram today for the 2022, but no other real info other than late fall availability
 

redriderbob

Mopar Guru
Staff member
Hope everyone is ready for tomorrow... here is a teaser shot of the new Trailhawk 4xe...

2022-All-New-Grand-Cherokee-Reveal-Slider-Desktop.jpg

For those you want to watch live, we will host it on the MoparInsiders.com homepage. For those who can't watch it, it will still be there after the event is over for you to watch.
 

1990Hoos

Member
just watched the reveal. Looks nice. Love the silver and black trail hawk.

One thing i noticed is they mentioned active drive assist, not the hands free that was talked about a few months back.
 

srs148

Member
just watched the reveal. Looks nice. Love the silver and black trail hawk.

One thing i noticed is they mentioned active drive assist, not the hands free that was talked about a few months back.
It looks like the hands-free is an option in the online builder. I'm psyched for that.
 

1990Hoos

Member
It looks like the hands-free is an option in the online builder. I'm psyched for that.
i just bought an L and it has the non hands free version, but it’s pretty great. You just have to keep a light grip on the wheel with one hand, and the car does everything else.
 
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