Jeep Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer Returning: What We Know So Far
Back in 1963, Jeep introduced the very first Wagoneer. It’s exterior wood-paneling made it iconic. It was also one of the original full-size SUVs available in America. In the 80s, it got a mid-size SUV variant. Both versions were shelved in the 90s. But Jeep recently showed off a new model in the Wagoneer line.
So, what are the Jeep Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer?
The Return of an Icon
Jeep recently announced the return of the three-row Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer SUVs, targeting both the entry-level and high-end luxury audiences. Both models are based on the Ram 1500. The regular Wagoneer will start around $60,000. The fully loaded top-tier Grand Wagoneer trim will go into high-end luxury territory with a price tag above $100,000. Both models go to market in the 2022 model year. As previous mentioned, the full-size Wagoneer was introduced in 1963 and ended production in 1991.
Since the Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer won’t be in production for a while, full spec sheets haven’t been released yet. However, Jeep has confirmed a few features for the Grand Wagoneer. They are:
- 180° later rotation intelligent LED headlights
- LED taillights
- 24-inch multi-spoke obsidian-finished aluminum wheels
- Full-length single-pane panoramic moonroof
- McIntosh premium surround-sound audio system
- 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster
- 12.1-inch infotainment touchscreen
- Front-row comfort control 10.25-inch touchscreen
- Passenger seat 10.25-inch touchscreen
- Second-row comfort control 10.25-inch touchscreen
- Two independent 10.1-inch second-row entertainment displays with Wi-Fi streaming capability
- Premium perforated leather upholstery with diamond silver-tipped piping
- Five-mode Selec-Terrain Traction Management System
- Quadra-Drive II 4×4 drivetrain with two-speed transfer case
- Quadra-Lift Air suspension
- Available plug-in hybrid drivetrain
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