2023 orders open?

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bunky319

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Totally understand you guys looking at the Wagoneer/Grand Wagoneer. I might be interested in the Wagoneer L once more info is available on it. My concern is overall pricing. It appears MSRP's are much higher than the SLT trim level that I'm looking at for the Yukon XL. Are you guys seeing huge discounts from MSRP?

I'm trying to put in orders for both a Suburban and a Yukon XL. I'm being told that neither the "Luxury package" nor the Duramax diesel is available at this time. As great as I think the GM solution is, it isn't much good if you can't buy what you want :)
 

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We ordered a 2023 L just like it the same day. The L will have the Hurricane High Output in it, 500+ HP twin turbo. 4-6 month wait expected.
Happy wife, happy life…..
 
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We still have the 2010 Suburban, giving it to our daughter. I’ll still be around.
 

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We ordered a 2023 L just like it the same day. The L will have the Hurricane High Output in it, 500+ HP twin turbo. 4-6 month wait expected.
Happy wife, happy life…..
Looks like Jeep sales of the Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer have increased by a significant percentage from 2022 Q1 to 2022 Q2.

Wagoneer
Q1: 7,056
Q2: 10,221
Delta: +45%

Grand Wagoneer
Q1: 3,169
Q2: 3,932
Delta: +24%

I wouldn't be surprised if they were selling 30,000+ units per year once the L models are introduced and the supply chain has recovered somewhat.
 

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We ordered a 2023 L just like it the same day. The L will have the Hurricane High Output in it, 500+ HP twin turbo. 4-6 month wait expected.
Happy wife, happy life…..
I'm highly considering a Wagoneer at this point as well. I've been waiting since November for a Tahoe Premier and with several small kids, the wait is painful. Hell, it's even larger and more spacious, and the standard features are much nicer as well.
 

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Word on the street is there will be a grand wagoner fitted with a hellcat to compete with the escalade-v..... that will be interesting.
 

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Since I'm debating between a Suburban RST and a Yukon XL SLT, I thought I'd try to put in an order for each and see what happens. Well a short time ago my Chevy dealer called me and told me that the 2023 orders just opened up and my name came up for putting in a Suburban order. Unfortunately I have max tow package and the diesel engine in my config and both of those are still constrained for 2023. He asked if I was willing to pass on the diesel engine and I said "no", so he said my name will just sit on top of the list until those things go off constraint.

So I guess the good news is 2023 orders are open but the bad news it is more of the same with respect to constraints?

Anyone else hearing the same thing about 2023 orders?
I placed an order on 2023 Yukon Denali with the ultimate package and all loaded up . I received the call today saying it was accepted and would be the first of 36 with all options
 

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I placed an order on 2023 Yukon Denali with the ultimate package and all loaded up . I received the call today saying it was accepted and would be the first of 36 with all options
Wow nice! Congrats! How much did that run? Color choice?
 

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