Last autumn, Jeep made waves in the auto industry when it unveiled its hotly-anticipated Grand Wagoneer concept. Bringing the iconic 4×4 platform back after a nearly 30-year production hiatus, it boasted a plethora of premium features such as some teak wood trim and a full-pane glass roof. Suffice to say — it made for quite the 21st-century revival.
And now, at long last, it’s here in its final production form. Available in both Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer trim levels, the former offers an affordable entry into the line while the latter promises an ultra-high-end driving experience. In practice, this means that while they share a number of aesthetic similarities, the GW sports more chrome detailing, lower front fascia, as well as unique American flag badging. And when it comes to the interior, you’ll find that the luxury theme continues, for in addition to a suite of four infotainment screens, the upscale SUV also comes standard with a McIntosh MX950 Entertainment System, quilted Palermo leather seating, and a spacious third-row. Powered by a 6.4L V8 and mated to one of three AWD systems, it’s good for 471hp, 455lb-ft of torque, and an impressive 10,000-lb towing capacity. They start at $68,590 and $88,785 respectively.
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