Will the 2022 Wagoneer offer the Quadra-Trac system?
The Wagoneer was the first Jeep to debut the original Quadra-Trac system back in 1972. The Quadra-Trac I system will be standard on all Wagoneers. This system delivers a full-time four-wheel drive without the inconvenience of switches or levers. The Quadra-Trac I will provide a smooth operation of your vehicle over any road conditions. This proven, lightweight single-speed transfer case is efficient for improved traction and enhances fuel economy by converting torque from the wheel slipping to the wheel with the most grip. The available Quadra-Trac II system is a two-speed transfer case. This system takes input from various sensors, determines which tire is slipping at the earliest possible moment, and takes corrective action. It will also use the throttle to anticipate quick movement from a stop and maximizes traction before tire slippage occurs. When the Quadra-Trac II system detected that a wheel is slipping, as much as 100% of available torque can instantly be routed to the wheel that has the most traction. The next available system is the Quadra-Drive II, with a rear Electronic Limited-slip Differential (ELSD). This setup offers all the same capabilities as previously matched. However, this system instantly detects tire slip and smoothly distributes engine torque to tires with traction. If the Wagoneer anticipates low traction, it can adjust, proactively limiting or eliminate slip.
What is Jeep’s Selec-Terrain system?
Jeep is known for having excellent off-road capabilities. The Selec-terrain system is one of the reasons for that. Selec-Terrain comes standard with the Quadra-Trac II system and Quadra-Drive II system. When equipped with the class-leading Selec-Terrain traction control system, drivers can choose the on- and off-road setting for optimum 4×4 performance. This feature electronically coordinates up to 12 different powertrains, braking, 4×4 torque split, and suspension systems, including throttle control, transmission shift, transfer case, Hill-descent Control, and Selec-Speed Control. With the Selec-Terrain system, drivers will have five settings to choose from Auto, Sport, Rock, Snow, and Sand/Mud. The Auto setting will automatically adapt to any on- or off-road driving situation. When you switch to Sport mode, the system will be engaged with the push of a button and provides enhanced on-road “fun-to-drive” capability. When you engage Rock mode, the Quadra-Lift air suspension system will raise the Wagoneer to its maximum ground clearance height of 10 inches, while the transfer case, differentials, and throttle coordinate to provide low-speed control. Snow mode adjusts traction for ultimate performance over snow-covered roads. When your Wagoneer is in Sand/Mud mode, traction control and Quadra-Lift operate with a sensitive response to wheel spin and torque tuned for optimal performance in sand or mud. A mechanical limited-slip differential is standard on all 2022 Wagoneers, and a rear electronic limited-slip differential is available for enhanced traction in any condition.
How does the quadra-Lift air suspension system work?
The all-new 2022 Jeep Wagoneer will feature the Quadra-Lift air suspension system. This system will add up to 3.6 inches of lift to your vehicle. It is supported by four-corner air springs that offer an air-cushioned, premium ride. The Quadra-Lift system will automatically adjust for an optimal ride experience. However, you can control manually with console controls. The Quadra-Lift air suspension system features five height settings Normal Ride Height, Off-road 1, Off-road 2, Park Mode, Aero mode, and Sport. When your Wagoneer is at Normal Ride Height, also known as NRH, it has 8 inches of ground clearance. This mode offers improved fuel economy and improved aerodynamics during on-road driving. When placed into Off-road 1, the Wagoneer will lift an additional inch from NRH, bringing your total ground clearance up to 9-inches. Off-road 2 gains you 2 more inches from NRH, totaling 10 inches of ground clearance. When the vehicle is in Park Mode, the Wagoneer will lower 1.6 inches from NRH, allowing for easy entry or exit. Both Normal Ride Height and Park mode are driver-selectable, allowing them to have complete control over vehicle ride height. Aero Mode lowers the vehicle 0.6 inches from NRH. This mode is controlled by vehicle speed and adjusts for optimal performance and fuel economy. The car will also lower to Aero Mode when in Sport Mode.
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