2022 Jeep Wagoneer & Grand Wagoneer Exterior Front Profiles

2022 Jeep Wagoneer & Grand Wagoneer Release Date & Early Specs

Last month, Jeep announced that the company would be reintroducing its once-iconic Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer nameplates. First introduced all the way back in the 1963 model year, it was discontinued three decades ago in 1991 and replaced by the smaller Grand Cherokee. We’re absolutely stoked for the return of the premium full-size traditional SUV and cannot wait to see it in all its glory. Until its official release date – which is sometime during the second half of 2021 – we’ll have to make do with some early information on specs & features.

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“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. 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.”

– Christian Meunier, Chief Executive Officer, Jeep Brand

2022 Jeep Wagoneer Interior Cabin Dashboard & Front Seating
2022 Jeep Wagoneer Interior Cabin Seating

Highlighted Specs & Features of the 2022 Wagoneer Lineup

We thought we’d just list a few of the most exciting tidbits of specs & features we know so far, so check them out below:

  • There will be three available 4×4 systems, including:
    • Quadra-Trac I
    • Quadra-Trac II
    • Quadra-Drive II
    • These systems deliver a crawl ratio of 48:1, the Selec-Terrain traction management system, up to 24 inches of water fording, the Quadra-Lift air suspension system with 10” of ground clearance plus the best-in-class towing capacity at 10,000 pounds.
  • Several cabin specifications are already confirmed to be the best in the Wagoneer’s class, including:
    • Overall passenger volume
    • Total volume
    • Third-row headroom
    • Second-row legroom
    • Third-row legroom
    • Standard cargo capacity
  • Available seating for up to eight passengers
  • A host of incredible technologies, including:
    • Up to 75” of screen space (Grand Wagoneer)
    • Up to 45” of screen space on the instrument panel
      • 10.1” and 12” reconfigurable display audio screens
        • Uconnect 5
        • Android Auto & Apple CarPlay
        • Dual Bluetooth connectivity
        • Fire TV for Auto integration with Alexa
      • 10.25” passenger screen
        • Co-Pilot; offers navigation and device management
        • Entertainment; offers HDMI input or Rear Seat Entertainment control
        • Camera Views; access to all exterior vehicle cameras
        • Fire TV for Auto
    • Available 360-degree Surround View, Night Vision, Pedestrian & Animal Detection
    • Wireless charging pad
    • Digital Rearview Mirror

We’ve only begun to scratch the surface of everything these vehicles will have to offer. Check back soon for additional highlights as this post is to be continued in a future blog!