The last year was pretty amazing for Jeep lovers, as we saw a couple of huge novelties. The Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer models were revived, while the Grand Cherokee was completely redesigned. A good thing to know is that the next year will also bring some pretty interesting novelties. We are getting reports about the next-generation Cherokee, while a few more models are expected to receive important updates.
All in all, the lineup of 2023 Jeep SUVs will be pretty impressive. The offer will include all kinds of models, pretty much in every segment of the SUV market. We are also about to see some novelties in terms of electrifications, as the all-new Baby Jeep is expected to go fully electric.
Here is the complete Jeep lineup for the next year:
2023 Jeep Grand Wagoneer
Jeep’s most luxurious and most prestigious SUV debuted last year, with the legendary nameplate that has a special place in the hearts of Jeep lovers. The new model is impressive in many ways but mostly in terms of luxury.
What’s great about this SUV is a great balance between ride quality and utility. On one side, the SUV benefits from the standard air suspension and offers a butter-smooth ride. On the other, it is still a body-on-frame SUV, based on Ram 1500, so it’s no wonder that the max towing capacity goes all-away up to 9.850 pounds.
The second production year shouldn’t bring more important updates. However, sources speculate about the possibility to see an off-road version, even though the current model is already available with a pack of off-road features, such as a two-speed transfer case, a limited-slip differential, and hill descent control, and a terrain management system. We presume we could see a few more upgrades, such as locking differentials, upgraded skid plates, off-road tires and similar things.
On the other hand, the powertrain will remain the same. This SUV uses a well-known 6.4-liter HEMI V8, which puts out 471 horsepower. It comes in pair with an 8-speed automatic transmission and offers pretty impressive performance. However, it is also one of the thirstiest models in the class, with an average fuel economy of around 13 mpg in the city and 18 mpg on the highway.
The starting price goes around 88.000 dollars.
2023 Jeep Wagoneer
Just like the Grand Wagoneer, the “standard” Wagoneer was also revived last year. It represents a more affordable variant of the SUV, with less luxury and a smaller engine. However, it is still a pretty impressive SUV, which is more luxurious than most mainstream competitors, such as Ford Expedition and Chevy Tahoe.
What we like about this SUV is a great balance between luxury and practicality. The cabin is spacious and comfortable, filled up with all kinds of tech and convenience features. The cargo area gives more than the Expeditions, though less than Tahoe.
Under the hood, you will find a 5.7-liter HEMI V8 engine, which comes in pair with a mild-hybrid system, with a total output of 392 horsepower. The engine comes coupled with an excellent 8-speed automatic transmission.
The next year shouldn’t bring more important updates, though there is a chance for an off-road version, which would come with the same upgrades as the Grand Wagoneer, with locking differentials and similar things.
We don’t expect bigger changes in terms of price, so base models should cost around 69.000 dollars.
2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee
The famous SUV was completely redesigned last year and after all the novelties we’ve seen, it is pretty much for sure that the 2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee will come with the same design, based on the Giorgio platform. The new generation looks amazing in every aspect. It is more capable and more luxurious than before, while there are also some pretty interesting engine options on the offer.
Speaking of the engine options, some sources speculate about the new version for the second production year. That model would come with the company’s new inline-six unit, which will probably make its debut in this SUV. At this point, we know it will come in two output versions, with either 400 or 500 horsepower.
The rest of the engine lineup will remain the same, including the new plug-in hybrid version called 4xe. That model comes with a system that combines a turbo-four engine with an electric motor, for a total output of 375 horsepower and 470 pound-feet of torque.
The current, 2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee starts at around 39.000 dollars and we don’t expect to see a bigger increase in the next year.
2023 Jeep Cherokee
The current generation of the well-known compact SUV has been around since 2014 and it is one of the oldest models in the class. Therefore, it’s no wonder that many sources suggest a full redesign for the next year, even though the officials are still quiet.
This redesign would bring all kinds of changes and there are two possible scenarios that could happen. The first one is to see this SUV riding on the Giorgio platform, just like its bigger sibling. On the other hand, the new 2023 Jeep Cherokee could also come based on the new corporal sibling, Peugeot 3008, which features a similar size and competes in the same class.
The latter seems particularly interesting, mainly because of the fact that PSA already has some pretty interesting design solutions regarding hybrid technology. So, this scenario would probably bring a plug-in hybrid powertrain, based on a small 1.6-liter turbo-four engine, with a max output that goes up to 300 horsepower, depending on the configuration.
As we already mentioned, the officials are still quiet about this redesign, but most of us believe it could happen by the end of the year.
2023 Jeep Renegade
The current and the first generation of Renegade has been around since 2015 but it looks like the company doesn’t plan a redesign in the next few years. Therefore, it’s no wonder that this small SUV has just been updated. The new version already debuted in Brazil and we expect that the North American model will arrive as the 2023 Jeep Renegade.
This update will be mostly about exterior and interior updates. The new styling brings subtle changes to the front end, which does look more prominent and more aggressive. On the other hand, the 1.3-liter turbo-four engine will carry on without more important updates, with a max output of 177 horsepower and 190 pound-feet of torque.
Some sources speculate about the PHEV versions for the U.S. market. This model already had a premiere in some parts of the world and features a system that outputs up to 240 horsepower. The same system can be found in Compass.
Despite the updates, we don’t believe that the 2023 Jeep Renegade price could change much. The current model starts at around 24.000 dollars.
2023 Jeep Compass
After the last year’s refresh, we are pretty sure that the 2023 Jeep Compass will come without bigger changes and that the current generation will remain in production for some more time. The recent update brought a lot of new things, starting from the new styling and interior design. The latter was particularly big in terms of changes and the new cabin looks way more upscale than before.
Another big novelty was the addition of several new tech features, including a large 10.1-inch touchscreen and an even larger 10.25 digital instrument cluster. Several new safety and driver-assistance features have been added as well, so it’s pretty much for sure that the next year’s model won’t bring bigger updates in this aspect.
On the other hand, what hasn’t changed is the powertrain. The 2023 Jeep Compass will probably continue with just one option on the offer. That would be a 2.4-liter inline-four, which puts out around 180 horsepower. The engine comes in pair with a 9-speed automatic transmission and none of these feel particularly impressive.
The starting price should go around 27.000 dollars.
2023 Baby Jeep
The company is bringing another model to the lineup. This will be a new entry-level crossover and we call it the 2023 Baby Jeep for now. The new model should start production this summer but we don’t have too many details about it.
What we know is that the new SUV will be small, even smaller than the Renegade. Also, it will be based on PSA’s CMP architecture, which already underpins a variety of small cars from Peugeot and Citroen. This platform supports all kinds of powertrain options but the 2023 Baby Jeep will most likely go all-electric.
At this point, we don’t know the exact details but it looks like the 2023 Baby Jeep will feature a 50-kWh battery pack, along with a single electric motor that puts out 136 horsepower. According to some estimations, the max range should go around 200 miles.
As we already mentioned, the new model should arrive this summer.
2023 Jeep Commander
The new Commander was introduced last year but it doesn’t have anything in common with the previous generation, which was in production between 2005 and 2010. The new model debuted in Brazil and it is a modern crossover, with a design that combined practicality and overall usability with overall simplicity and affordable price.
This is a three crossover, with well equipped and nice-looking cabin, where the dashboard looks quite similar to the new Compass. Under the hood, there is a choice of two pretty efficient engine options. One of them is a familiar 1.3-liter turbo-four with a max output of 180 horsepower and standard all-wheel drive. The other one is a diesel, a 2.0-liter unit with 180 horsepower and a massive 280 pound-feet of torque. This one comes either with front- or rear-wheel drive.
The biggest novelty for the second production year will be the LHT version. In other words, the 2023 Jeep Commander is coming to markets like India, Pakistan, Hong Kong etc. We expect to see it available in these markets already in summer.
2023 Jeep Patriot
The Patriot was discontinued several years ago and since then, we are constantly getting reports about the possible comeback. According to these rumors, there are two possibilities for the 2023 Jeep Patriot. The first one is to see a new model, which would be a kind of renamed Compass, offered in certain parts of the world.
The other scenario suggests the 2023 Jeep Patriot as a special version of Compass. We would see a kind of a special trim level, which would come with exclusive styling details and features, but also with some upgrades regarding off-road hardware.
However, this is still just a rumor, and the actual chances to see this happening are almost zero.
2023 Dodge Durango
Although not a Jeep, the Durango definitely deserves to be on the list. The current generation has been around for more than a decade and still marks pretty good sales results. After the last year’s update, we expect that the current version will remain in production for another year or two before we see a completely new, body-on-frame SUV.
All in all, we count on a familiar design, which now features a slightly updated styling, with new bumpers and a few more tweaks. A few dashboard changes were made too, particularly in terms of the infotainment screen and other tech features.
When it comes to the powertrain, the offer will start with a 3.6-liter V6, which features a max output of 293 horsepower and comes coupled with an eTorque mild-hybrid system. There is also a 360-hp 5.7-liter V8, while the 6.4-liter unit sits at the top of the offer, with a max output of 475 horsepower. Another great thing about this SUV is its impressive max towing capacity, which goes all away up to 8.700 pounds.
The starting price should go around 37.000 dollars.