Does anyone know if the off-road group got removed for 2023 on the 4x4 Overland model? Its no longer on the build page on Jeep.com
It also seems like you still get the eLSD on the Summit and Summit Reserve, but the 'comparison' tool online shows the eLSD as "not available" on the Overland for MY 23. In the past it showed as available, although I don't think they ever built more than one red Overland press car with the Off Road Group.This has been in discussion for some time now in the "main thread" as well as others. At the moment, it seems to be in flux. My guess is that is because of supply chain. Hopefully, many of these things will resolve over time. Meanwhile, if you need the off road package, the only"assured" way of that right now seems to be going with the Trailhawk trim level.
Speaking of Volvo (I have a 2019 S90 T8 Inscription) many reports of issues with older ones and the whole 3g/4g fiasco, as well as brand new ones with the Google system and updates, but most are all software related on both fronts.The supply chain is all messed up . We have a friend with a 2018 waiting for a water pump for a V6 Summit - the latest is it could be 3 months - our 2022 needed a new brake booster and the electronics - it took about 6 weeks to get our new 2022 fixed. Jeep appears to have lost some suppliers…. Thing is it’s everywhere - we were looking at Volvos till we found out how many were sitting at the dealer waiting for parts.
I just tried, and it's not listed on the 'build and price' configurator for the '23 4x4 V8 Overland in the USA. IME, if it's not on that, it's not orderable.Check again…the OFF ROAD GROUP is now listed in the online build & price option on Jeep’s website. Stellantis has also issued press releases in the last couple months touting its addition to the 2023 Overland L
Thanks for your pity. They should call it the Overlift, since they spend most of their time on lifts.So they could rename the US model the Almost Overland.
If they manage to fix our 2022 and we keep it I would like to at least obtain the skid plates.
The entire Grand Cherokee WL release has been, in my opinion, a complete mess.
I pity anyone that starts having issues. Getting it fixed is an adventure. Too bad as it is a beautiful vehicle.
I cannot imagine that would be an issue, at least based on historical. Mount points should exist on all trims. It would be uneconomical to manufacture different underpinnings.If they manage to fix our 2022 and we keep it I would like to at least obtain the skid plates.