Posted on February 18, 2019
Jeep Plug-in Hybrid for sale soon in Toronto & Mississauga?
We know that Jeep has promised a plug-in hybrid for every variant it sells. We also know Jeep is bringing back its signature suburban status symbol (try saying that a few times while patting your head and rubbing your stomach)—the Jeep Grand Wagoneer. But, Brampton and Oakville Jeep enthusiasts, everything else outside of those facts is subject to speculation.
Back in 2016, Fiat Chrysler CEO, Mike Manley, announced that the Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer would be staging their comeback tour, but rollout has been significantly delayed. FCA decided their priority was to re-jig their production plants to push out greater numbers of less-spendy SUVs and Ram trucks to meet market demand.
As that goal has been realized, FCA can focus on other goals and seems to indicate that the Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer will be gracing the 410 by 2022 at the latest. Automotive News is a bit more optimistic, with a projected date of 2020, but the folks at Allpar are giddily expecting their arrival for the 2020 model year. Only time will tell as to who pegged it right.
While you’re waiting on those upgraded flashbacks to hit the pavement, there are a couple of things you can do to pass the time. You can decide whether you want a gas or a hybrid engine AND if you want the hybrid, you can daydream about what that engine is going to look like. Right now the only hybrid FCA has on the menu is the 260 HP Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid with two electric motors and an Atkinson-cycle V6. However, a discovered document from the ZF transmission supplier showed that a Grand Wagoneer with a super-charged Hellcat V8, might be in the offing. It is possible that that was only conjecture, as well, though. I guess in the meantime, we’ll have to practice our “patiently waiting” skills. Whatever they are.
What is the phone number for Ontario Chrysler?
The phone number for Sales is 1 (844) 766-8407