2022 Jeep Grand Wagoneer – The Rugged American Opulence SUV. The Grand Wagoneer will be available in two lengths, as will a smaller and simple Wagoneer model; all four versions will feature three rows of seats. The base Wagoneer will point its seven-slat grille squarely to the Ford Expedition, GMC Yukon and Chevy Tahoe and start at around $ 60,000. For reference, the 2021 Tahoe starts at $ 50,295. the 2021 Yukon at $ 51,995 and the 2020 Expedition at $ 54,505, so the Jeep will be a bit more expensive.
A 2022 long-wheelbase Wagoneer will likely start at under $ 65,000; its competitors Chevy Suburban, Yukon XL and Expedition Max all cost about $ 2,000 more than their short-wheelbase brethren. We don’t yet know what kind of gear will be offered on regular Wagoneers, but we anticipate it will be touted as the most utilitarian of the breed, the choice for those who tow frequently, cram children and their friends, and / or carry a lot of material. In launching the Grand Wagoneer concept, Jeep mentioned how the SUV is theoretically capable of towing up to 10,000 pounds – full-size pickup territory.
And then comes the 2022 Grand Wagoneer, which leans more towards the luxury side of things. While it will still perform very well on and off the road, it will offer things like a plug-in hybrid powertrain, premium interior materials, the latest in connectivity and infotainment technology, massive displays and a huge carbon roof. panoramic glass, among others. other niceties, in an effort to tackle the Cadillac Escalade, Lincoln Navigator, Range Rover and similar luxury SUVs. We expect this model to start around $ 75,000 as a short wheelbase, and possibly $ 80,000 as a longer wheelbase that will launch against the Navigator L, Escalade ESV, and Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class. . (The redesigned 2021 Escalade and ESV start at $ 77,490 / $ 80,490, the 2020 Navigator / L at $ 77,480 / $ 86,220, and the GLS at $ 76,945.) Stack of options and the Grand Wagoneer will cost around $ 100,000.
If that sounds like a lot for a Jeep, it sort of is. But in its final 1991 model year, the original Grand Wagoneer was sold for the equivalent of just under $ 60,000, so there is plenty of precedent for a princely SUV not just for the brand, but the nameplate as well. . We look forward to driving the reborn Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer in all their forms and finding out not only if they are worth the price, but also if they were worth the three decades wait.
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