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2022 Jeep Wagoneer And Grand Wagoneer
Jeep is bringing back the Wagoneer line in 2022 with two fantastic full-sized SUVs. The Wagoneer is the more cost-effective, while the Grand Wagoneer has a heftier price tag to account for the added luxuries and features. The Wagoneer arrives in the summer of 2021 with a base price of $59,995. In the same timeframe, the Grand Wagoneer will be debuting with a base of $88,995. And for those who are already to go all-in, the Grand Wagoneer will top out at $109,980 with every option box ticked. The fully loaded Wagoneer is not likely to cross the $100,000 mark even with every available option.
Both the Wagoneer and the Grand Wagoneer are built on the same body. The Grand look will feature more chrome detail, a sporty all-black roof to complement the extended color palette, including Midnight Sky Blue, Ember Red, and Rocky Mountain Green, and power-retractable running boards. The bold visual appearance of the Grand is further enhanced by more sculpted fender flares and extensive LED lighting to highlight the subtle curve on the upgraded hood.
On the Inside
The interior of the Wagoneer is anything but sparsely appointed. From the ergonomic design of the center dash touchscreen to the plush and luxurious seats and ample armrests, it is all about comfort. However, the Grand Wagoneer does pull out a few more stops to provide a modern appearance. Added digital displays replace center dash storage. But even with more tech and features, the Grand edition remains uncluttered and visually very pleasing.
The most significant differentiation regarding the interior of these two SUVs pertains to the rear seating. The Wagoneer comes with two standard bench seats in rows two and three to accommodate eight passengers. By contrast, the Grand Wagoneer includes second-row captain’s chairs, and the only bench seat is in the third row. This reduces the seating capacity in the Grand to seven. However, each model can be ordered with the other version’s seating configuration as an optional upgrade.
As full-sized SUVs, both sport an impressive V-8 engine and eight-speed automatic transmission in their standard equipment packages. The Wagoneer engine is a 5.7 liter with cylinder deactivation and 48-volt hybrid assist. The result is a very pleasing 392 horsepower and 404-foot pounds of torque that allow for a 10,000-pound max towing capacity on properly equipped SUVs. The Grand Wagoneer earned the 6.4 liter V-8 that delivers 471 horsepower and 455-foot pounds of torque. However, the Grand model also includes a four-wheel drive as a standard feature. This configuration has a slightly lower max towing capacity at 9,860 pounds. But the reward for that 140-pound decrease in towing capacity is that the Grand is reported to go from zero to 60 mph in an exhilarating 6.0 seconds.
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