Agree that the WK2 feels nimbler, but I don't believe it actually is. The 2 row WL is lighter and has a lower center of gravity. I guess a slalom and a skid pad using the same tires would be required for proof.The WK2 definitely drives sportier and is much more spry. The WL drives much more supple, composed, and smoother. I had a 2016 and a 2019 WK2, and noticed the differences when test driving the WL multiple times. Getting back in the WK2 always felt like a much more agile vehicle. But the WL soaks up the miles and bumps much better.