After a 29-year hiatus, the Jeep Wagoneer model and its luxury counterpart, the Grand Wagoneer, return to the road for 2022. Jeep originally introduced the SUV in 1962 as the first 4×4 vehicle to feature an automatic transmission and independent suspension. The Wagoneer returns to the market “to push the boundaries of the class it created,” according to Jeep’s website.
The standard three-row Grand Wagoneer features a traction management system with adjustable shift patterns, engine performance and torque distribution to handle any terrain. The SUV also offers 75 inches of total display to enhance driver and passenger vehicle connectivity, including a 12-inch Uconnect touchscreen, 10.1-inch rear seat entertainment screens featuring Amazon Fire TV, seat comfort displays for the front and rear, and a front passenger interactive display, and a digital rearview mirror displays real-time video when the rear window is obstructed.
Sporting features like massage seats up front allow passengers to relax and enjoy the ride and a top-of-the-line McIntosh Audio System, the luxury SUV is also built for tough jobs with a towing capacity of up to 9,850 pounds.
The Grand Wagoneer has a starting MSRP of $86,995 and the Wagoneer’s MSRP starts at $67,995. Both will be available as early as September 2021.
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