Jeep Unveils Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer

The long-awaited “rebirth of a premium American icon” is here, with Jeep’s unveiling today of the all-new 2022 Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer. We’re obligated here to make a quip about wood paneling on the side, but sadly it’s not included with this re-imagination of the legendary Wagoneer. We’re absolutely sure that someone will produce it as an aftermarket add-on, but for now Jeep has declined to offer it from the factory. Instead they focused on maximizing the use of wood on the interior.

What the new Wagoneer does offer is three available 4×4 systems, exceptional driving dynamics, powerful performance, including 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.

“We are ready to start a new exciting adventure with a model that wrote some of the most iconic pages in the history of the American automobile,” said Christian Meunier, Jeep® Brand Chief Executive Officer. “Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer are born from the Jeep brand, but they have a flair of their own, building on a rich heritage of craftsmanship and refinement, while offering new levels of sophistication, comfort and legendary 4×4 capability, as well as a new level of customer service.”
As a premium extension of the Jeep brand, Wagoneer launches with a portfolio of vehicles that includes two models: the all-new 2022 Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer. While the Jeep brand broadly covers the North American mainstream SUV market from the compact to full-size segments, Wagoneer will significantly expand into the large SUV segment while Grand Wagoneer competes in the premium segment. 

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2022 Jeep Wagoneer

2022 Jeep Grand Wagoneer

Philip Van der Vossen

Philip Van der Vossen founded and hosts the Trail Trek Tour, a traveling series of off-road events for automotive media. In 2020 he launched the off-road travel site,, as the content focused side of TrailTrekTour LLC. Philip has been an online publisher since 2008, and has covered the automotive industry since 2010. Prior to founding Trail Trek Tour, he served for three years as the Rally Director for the Washington Automotive Press Association.

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