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Production-spec Jeep Wagoneer, Grand Wagoneer Revealed: Look Quite Similar To The Concept Showcased Earlier


Jeep will have three three-row SUVs going on sale this year, counting the Grand Cherokee L which debuted earlier

Jeep has revealed the Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer three-row SUVs, both of which look quite similar to the Grand Wagoneer concept showcased last year. They’re also identical to each other, save for the extra bit of bling and grandeur of the Grand Wagoneer over the standard version.

Jeep has three three-row SUVs going on sale this year. The first being the Grand Cherokee L, which debuted earlier this year, followed by the Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer. The former features a unibody frame whereas the two Wagoneers come with a body-on-frame structure. Even in terms of size, the Wagoneers (which are equal in dimensions) are around 249mm longer, 160mm wider, and 101.6mm higher than the Grand Cherokee L.

If you compare the two, the Grand Wagoneer gets more bling in the form of chrome, a black roof, and a different front bumper. Both come with a more prominent but non-illuminating grille but miss out on the connected tail lamps seen on the concept. The 18- to 22-inch wheels are also smaller than the 24-inch ones on the concept. The Wagoneer gets seven colour choices, whereas the Grand Wagoneer gets eleven.

No compromise has been made in terms of luxury. Right off the bat, you’re treated to premium leather seats and either a 10.1-inch (Wagoneer) or 12-inch (Grand Wagoneer) infotainment system with UConnect 5 connected car tech. The Grand Wagoneer also gets dedicated 10.3-inch touchscreens for climate control in the front and the second row. If that still doesn’t make for enough screens, the passenger and the two seats in the second row get 10.3-inch displays as well. It also comes with a head-up display, touchpad safe, a McIntosh sound system, and a digital rearview mirror. The Wagoneers can also be had in 7- or 8-seater layout, with either a bench in the second row or captain seats.

Under the hood, the Wagoneer is powered by a 5.7-litre V8 petrol engine that puts out roughly 392PS and 548Nm with a 48-volt mild-hybrid system. The Grand Wagoneer gets an extra bit of oomph in the form of a 6.4-litre V8 petrol engine that puts out around 471PS and 617Nm. While the concept was a plug-in hybrid model, neither of the two Wagoneers are offered with a hybrid powertrain. However, Jeep has mentioned the possibility of a hybrid powertrain in the future.

Both models come with an independent rear suspension. The Wagoneer comes with rear-wheel drive as standard but also offers the option of all-wheel drive powertrains in the form of Quadra Trac I and Quadra Trac II, which use single-speed and two-speed transfer cases. The most advanced AWD option is the Quadra Drive II, which comes with an electronically-controlled limited slip differential. The Grand Wagoneer gets the Quadra Drive II as standard with air springs (optional on the Wagoneer) that raise its height by 3.6 inches. With AWD, the two cars get hill descent control and five terrain modes: auto, sport, rock, snow, and mud/sand.

Prices start at USD 59,995 (around Rs 43.56 lakh) for the Wagoneer and USD 88,995 (around Rs 65.35 lakh) for the Grand Wagoneer. If that seems reasonable enough, the top-spec model of the Grand Wagoneer could peak at USD 111,000 (around Rs 80.6 lakh)! There is no word on whether this pair will make it to India, but a Toyota Fortuner-rivalling three-row SUV, dubbed the H6, is set to be unveiled later this year.

 

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