compiled from the XJ-list, an updated and accurate list will be found in the book on wagoneers and other jeeps.

JEEP MODELS

In alphabetic Jeep model code order:

MJ Comanche ('86-'92)

All engines available in all models/trim levels of matching years unless otherwise noted.

Available engines:

2.1L I4 turbo-diesel ('86-'87, exported longer '90-'91?)

2.5L I4 (all years)

GM 2.8L V6 ('86 only)

4.0L I6 ('87-'90)

4.0L HO I6 ('91-'92)

Models:

2WD 113" wheelbase ('87-'92)

4WD 113" wheelbase ('87-'92)

2WD 119.4" wheelbase

4WD 119.4" wheelbase

Trim levels

Custom/base

X ('86 only)

XLS ('86 only)

Pioneer ('87-?)

Comache Chief ('87-? 113" only, 4WD/113" only '88-?)

Laredo ('87-? 119.4" only)

Metric Ton

SporTruck

Eliminator ('88-? 2WD/113"/4.0L only)

SJ Grand Wagoneer ('63-'91 [actually, {4} '92 models were made]) base?

Limited (AMC 360 [5.9L] V8), also 258.

SJ Wagoneers were built from '63-'91 (+ the [4] '92's John mentioned).

SJ Trucks were built from '63-'87.

SJ Cherokees were built from '74-'83.

Other engines offered in big Jeeps over the years include:

Willys 230 "Toronado" OHC I6 ('63-'66 in civilian models, '67-'68 in the M-715/725 1 1/4T trucks)

AMC 232 I6 ('67-'70)

AMC 258 I6 ('71-'87) [1]

AMC 304 V8 ('71-'72)

AMC 327 "Vigilate" V8 ('65-'68)

Buick 350 "Dauntless" V8 ('69-'70, posiibly some early '71's)

AMC 360 V8 ('71-'92)

AMC 401 V8 ('74-'78)

[1] Not available in '74-'79 & '87 Wagoneers & '74-80 California Cherokees, but continued as base engine for 1/2T J-trucks and '74-'83 49-state Cherokees. Only engine available in '81 California Cherokees.

Note: "Grand" was added to the SJ Wagoneer's name in '84 when the XJ series Cherokee and Wagoneer debuted. SJ Cherokee production ended in '83 and SJ trucks [J-10/20] ended in 87.

TJ Wrangler '97-current

SE

(2.5L I4)

Sport

(4.0L HO I6)

Sahara

(4.0L HO I6)

WJ Grand Cherokee '99-current

Laredo

(4.0L HO I6, 4.7L OHC V8)

Limited

(4.0L HO I6, 4.7L OHC V8)

 

XJ Cherokee '84-current

All engines available in all models/trim levels of matching years unless otherwise noted.

The XJ's worked out like this:

Available engines:

2.1L I4 turbo-diesel ('85-'87, exported longer '90-'91?)

2.5L I4 (all years)

GM 2.8L V6 ('84-'86)

4.0L I6 ('87-'90) 177hp

4.0L HO I6 ('91-'92) 190 hp. The YJ was rated at 180 hp and the XJ was rated at 190 hp (the

difference coming from the air intake design).

H.O.: (redesigned head, better electronics, header)

Models:

4WD 2-door

4WD 4-door

2WD 2-door ('86-on)

2WD 4-door ('86-on)

Trim levels

Pioneer/SE/base ('84-on)

Cherokee Chief ('84-'88?)

Classic ('96?-98?) offering, with the looks of a Limited or Country, monotone

treatment...a trim level off of a Sport I believe (4.0L HO I6)

Sport ('89?-on)

(4.0L [HO '91-on] I6)

Laredo ('85-'92)

('87-on 2.5L not available)

Country ('93-'97 - replaced the Limited for a while)

(4.0L HO I6)

Limited (mid '87-'92 & '98-on)

(4.0L I6 [HO '91-'92 & '98-on])

Briarwood ('91-'92 - replaced the XJ Wagoneer)

(4.0L HO I6)

Turbo diesels are available on XJs outside North America in both left and right hand drive. They are all made at the Toledo, Ohio plant for export.

The Australian RHD 2.5L VM(Italian Detroit) is an intercooled turbo diesel. Torque is the same as the 4.0L

high output but at 2000rpm, HP is much lower.

Dana 44 option (AKA Metric one-ton package) in the XJ was offered 1987-1989 (maybe 90 but I doubt it).

 

XJ Wagoneer '84-90? (4 dr w/4WD only)

base & Limited trim levels, engine choices same as equal year XJ Cherokees

 

YJ Wrangler '87-'95

(There's no '96 model Wrangler. '95 YJ production ran late and '97 TJ's were introduced early.)

S/base ('87-'95)

(2.5L I4, 4.2L I6 ['87-'90], 4.0L HO I6 ['91-'95])

Rio Grande ('94?-'95)

(2.5L I4)

Laredo ('87-'90?)

(2.5L I4, 4.2L I6)

Islander ('88-'92)

(4.2L I6)

Renegade ('91-'92)

(4.0L HO I6) 180 hp

Sport ('87-'95)

(2.5L I4 ['87-?], 4.2L I6 ['87-?] 4.0L HO I6 '94?-'95])

Sahara (late '87-'95)

(4.2L I6 [late '87-'90], 4.0L HO I6 ['91-'95])

 

ZJ Grand Cherokee '93-'98

SE (early base model)

(4.0L HO I6 ['93-'94])

Laredo ('93-on ['95-on base model])

(4.0L HO I6, Chrysler 5.2L V8 ['93-"98)

TSi

(Chrysler4.0 HO, Chrysler 5.2L V8 ['96-'97], Chrysler 5.9L V8 [98])

Limited

(4.0L HO I6, Chrysler 5.2L V8 ['93-'98])

Orvis Limited

(Chrysler 5.2L V8 - ['95-'97])

5.9 Limited

(Chrysler 5.9L V8)

 

ZJ Grand Wagoneer ('93-'94?)

(Chrysler 5.2L V8, auto, NP249 only)

ZJ 1993 - 1998 Grand Cherokees A rare 5% of production 93 ZJ with a 4.0L HO and 5 speed

WJ 1999- New Graned Cherokees they redesigned them. all but 128 parts are new...

Weird CJs

I'm not sure if any CJ10 was US built, but the last one was '95. Had to be non-domestic and/or license built. The only US CJ-10's built were during the CJ-5/7/8 era. There were only ~500 CJ-10's built (in 84 or 85 I think) for domestic use from the numbers I've seen. I think they were all (or at least a large share) 2WD versions that were modified into aircraft tow tugs and sold to the US military. They were all powered by Nissan diesels (same as used in Scout II's), had Chrysler A727 automatics and a NP208 transfer case with the front output blocked off and locked into low range, a straight axle front end (in typical 2WD Jeep fashion) and a Dana 70 rear end.

compiled from the XJ-list, an updated and accurate list will be found in the book on wagoneers and other jeeps.