It is no secret that the all-new 2022 Grand Wagoneer is an example of the fantastic rebirth of premium American luxury. This 1980s must-have is built for a new younger generation of luxury consumers. The Grand Wagoneer is youthful, fresh, and sophisticated in design, embodying a go-anywhere stance and fabulous presence. The Grand Wagoneer, with three available 4×4 systems, exceptional driving dynamics, powerful performance, including the best-in-class towing capability of up to 10,000 lbs., advanced technology, safety, and a new level of comfort for up to eight passengers is already setting standards on what a luxury SUV should be.
From traversing, little-known country roads to off-road trails or navigating a Neiman Marcus parking lot, living with the Grand Wagoneer is an education in luxury in that adventure-chic kind of way.
Built in Warren, Michigan, the Grand Wagoneer hit dealers late last year and is already a massive hit thanks to Jeep designing and engineering it to compete in the heart of the large SUV segment for the folks that have it all. Creating an adventure vehicle with the ability to seat up to eight passengers, and carry everything that comes with them, is what this Grand Wagoneer experience is all about. The towing capability, of up to 10,000 lbs., allows for almost any toy to be towed while your crew is chillin inside enjoying the gracefully integrated advanced technology and connectivity.
Grand Wagoneer is for those with a sense of outdoor adventure and a busy city lifestyle, always with one eye on the weekend road trip. The abundant style starts with the distinctive hood and continues to the front end grille, unique premium LED lighting, and flaring fenders. For convenient accessibility, the power-retractable side steps are standard equipment.
The cabin features genuine handcrafted Satin American Walnut wood while aluminum was chosen as a key material for creating the door speakers and vent surroundings. The formed aluminum trim with an embossed pattern and the center console that emerges from under the structural aluminum wing flows out of the lower panel, adding a fluid design element to the spacious cabin. All this fantastic style drama powered with a 6.4-liter V-8 makes the Grand Wagoneer rolling art on wheels – impressive on and off-road.
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