When in doubt about the model year... go to Welcome to VIN Decoding :: provided by vPICAt least one of the tracking sites is decoding “2022 models with 2023 specs“ as 2023 models. It’s easy to verify it yourself, though: VIN character 10 is the model year; N = 2022, P = 2023.
Great pictures!!!!She finally came in and I picked her up yesterday! Following along in this forum has helped me keep my sanity since January when I placed my order.
The journey has just begun, I'm going to build it out as the ultimate overlanding rig. I'll post updates in the appropriate sections of this forum, but feel free to follow along on IG @Grand4xE if that's your thing.
I'd love the community's feedback as I decide next steps, so keep an eye out for me in the rest of the forum if you're into building outs.
Note: The factory deleted the Mopar Protection Pack from my order without any communication, it was on the POC form but just showed up without it and the dealer said Stellantis removed it all together.
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It doesn't come with any model. I have a Summit Reserve and had to buy one. I did see over on another forum that someone got their dealership to order them one free of charge but grain of salt/mileage may vary.
Found a 2022 Overland 4xe walk around from a dealer on YouTube and the McIntosh is thereGot it on an email from them. He looked it up in their order product catalog and on a build list. Also said the 2022 with the 2023 build code includes it also. Our family has bought more that 20 FCA products from him over the years.
5 Grand Cherokees.
He’s the commercial sales manager and the dealer is the largest Ram dealer in CA. Never had them steer us wrong. Of course the factory could change things …..
Don't mind me I'm on the edge with the 2022 Overland.Oh I was kidding about the get it in writing and was just saying it would be odd if it DIDN'T have the premium system. I probably worded my response a little weirdly.
I got mine from a dealer in Michigan that has an eBay store. Started with a G Think.It doesn't come with any model. I have a Summit Reserve and had to buy one. I did see over on another forum that someone got their dealership to order them one free of charge but grain of salt/mileage may vary.
Does your VIN# have a N or a P for the 8th to last digit? If its an N then its a 2022 with 2023 specs but if its P then its really a 2023. A lot of tracking sites will say its a 2023 regardless but that letter is what matters. I am sure it will transition to 2023's soon but who knows when that will officially happen. If your VIN actually has a P in it I would suspect it would have a greater chance at being delayed rather than being expedited.Has anyone besides me placed an order for a 2023 4Xe? Order in yesterday - Vin issued overnight.... Corp is pushing it thru for us as this is a replacement for one they are buying back. We'll see how it goes. The build just showed up on the jeep.com tracking site.
Passenger screen is pretty useless in most scenarios. Unless you are a frequent road-tripper whos passenger likes to watch movies....it does allow for use of the native Tom Tom map app, but no interface with google or car play.I am in the same boat. I'm about to bail on my order too because it's been in "I" for 2+ months. I found an almost-identical one that landed about 180 miles away on Thursday, so I'm currently working on securing that one. Only difference is I won't get the passenger screen, but at least I'll have the car.
What a bummer! Thanks for the tip. Had this happen multiple times on my riding mowers stored in the barn. Field mice love soy-based wire insulation and can raise all kinds of hell. Difficult to control.Public service message....
I received delivery of my GC 4Xe Base on 9/30 so I'm a month and a half in with about 1900 miles on it. I was having a difficult time keeping it in electric mode over several commutes to and from work and then the check engine light came on, so it was time to make an appointment with the dealer to get it checked out. Incidentally, I decided to add some washer fluid so I opened up the hood. There are foam insulation blocks in the corners by the firewall under the hood opening and on the driver side the block was all chewed up. There was also a an area of foam in the center under the windshield that was also chewed and some of the wiring was chewed as well. Thanks rodents...I suspect these are made of some "environmentally friendly" sot based foam of some sort that may attract rodents as there were no other areas effected and the chewed wires were right next to a chewed area of foam. You may want to spray those with some kind of rodent deterrent or suffer the same fate. I have an appt with my local jeep dealer on Tuesday so will find out the $$$ damage then hopefully. I wish they would put rodent bait veggie foam in the engine bay...Thanks JEEP! I am in West Los Angeles, so not exactly farm country here.
It has a P...... It has been scheduled to be assembled.... so I guess that's a good thing.Does your VIN# have a N or a P for the 8th to last digit? If its an N then its a 2022 with 2023 specs but if its P then its really a 2023. A lot of tracking sites will say its a 2023 regardless but that letter is what matters. I am sure it will transition to 2023's soon but who knows when that will officially happen. If your VIN actually has a P in it I would suspect it would have a greater chance at being delayed rather than being expedited.