The resurrection of the 1963 flagship icon gives a warm re-welcome to the Jeep Wagoneer. The new Wagoneer is a large family SUV that houses three spacious rows of seats and a luscious interior. Speaking of luscious interiors, the Wagoneer is loaded with tech, featuring up to five optional displays. In addition to the five available displays, one of the optional displays belongs to the driver’s next-door neighbor, the front passenger. The all-new 2022 Jeep Wagoneer harbors a V8 engine that renders 10,000 lbs of towing capacity. The Wagoneer delivers rear-wheel drive as standard, but four-wheel drive is optional. Additionally, if drivers opt for the four-wheel drive and optional air suspension, it gives the Wagoneer even more off-road capability.
Max. 392 HP
Avail. 5.7 L V8
The all-new 2022 Jeep Wagoneer Series I is the first trim level available for the Wagoneer lineup. The Series I trim features Full LED Exterior Lighting, an optional panoramic tri-pane sunroof, and a Uconnect 5C NAV with a 10-inch infotainment screen. Additional features include heated and ventilated front leather-trimmed seats, a nine-speaker Alpine Audio System, and an optional 360-degree surround-view camera. The Wagoneer Series II is the next available trim, and it holds a few more exterior refinements than the Series I. The Series II features 20-inch Silver-Litho Wheels, a wireless charging pad, and optional second-row captain’s chairs with third-row power seats. Additional features for the Series II include an optional 10.25-inch front passenger interactive display, adaptive cruise control with stop and go, an active lane management system, and the available advanced all-terrain package with 18-inch off-road wheels. The 2022 Jeep Wagoneer Series III heightens the refinements of the Series II but includes even more high-end technology. Special features for the Series III include an optional 22-inch polished wheel with black noise pockets, optional power side steps, an available McIntosh entertainment system with 19 speakers, and the optional locking in-vehicle safe. Additional features for the Series III include a head-up display, optional drowsy driver detection, and a quadra-lift air suspension system.
Every Wagoneer model comes equipped with a 5.7 Liter V8 engine that generates 392 horsepower. Additionally, the V8 engine receives some support from the 48-volt hybrid system and provides a cylinder deactivation feature for fuel-efficiency. There’s an eight-speed automatic transmission that comes standard. However, any enthusiasts looking to unlock the Wagoneer’s off-road potential will need to add the four-wheel-drive powertrain because the rear-wheel drive is standard. There are three different four-wheel-drive systems to choose from, and each driving system offers a distinct capability. Other optional off-road features include an adjustable air suspension that raises the Jeep Wagoneer to an additional 3.6 inches of ground clearance. Additional off-road features include a drive-mode selector system including sand, mud, snow, and rock modes: the rear-wheel-drive and four-wheel-drive powertrain for the Wagoneer tow up to 10,000 lbs.
The Wagoneer’s exterior design reflects Jeep’s life-long commitment to the great outdoors. The Jeep SUV carries sweeping lines and sloping contours to support a minimalistic appeal. Additionally, the lines and contours resemble the natural movement of the rolling hills found in west America. Once the sun sets, the Jeep Wagoneer’s beautiful LED lights come to life. The front and rear LED lights offer clear and undisturbed illumination that brightens the road even on the darkest nights. Additionally, the optional Tri-Pane Panoramic Sunroof provides passengers with a solid connection to nature. Simply press the sunroof button, the sunroof retracts, and warm sun or bright stars await.
The all-new Wagoneer bears an interior that delivers ample space and pushes the Jeep SUV to depths and dimensions other automakers only dare to dream. The Jeep Wagoneer offers dynamic seating configurations, savvy storage options, and ultimately, the most overall passenger volume in the SUV segment. Moreover, the Jeep SUV supports seating for up to eight passengers. The heated and ventilated front seats provide passengers with hot or cool relief whenever essential. There’s also a 12-way power-adjustable seat that renders comfort and support to relieve unnecessary tension from that long day of work or journey. Channeled through nine speakers is the Wagoneer’s 506-watt Alpine audio system. So Wagoneer enthusiasts can turn up the speakers and experience their favorite soundtrack like never before.
Inside the Jeep Wagoneer are an abundance of screens. First, there’s a 10.1-inch infotainment screen located directly in the center. Then there is the 10.3-inch digital gauge display that offers readouts for the driver. Moreover, the front passenger may have their own display with the optional 10.3-inch display integrated into the dashboard providing access to the navigation and entertainment. The award-winning UConnect 5 software interface powers the Wagoneer’s infotainment system. The UConnect 5 Software allows enthusiasts to access Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, SiriusXM satellite radio, integrated navigation, 4G LTE Wi-Fo hotspot, and Amazon FireTV and Alexa. However, enthusiasts that take home the Series III trim welcome a 19-speaker stereo system from McIntosh, the audio equipment specialist.
Safety Features and Warranty
The Wagoneer host an array of fascinating driver-assist features. A few driver-assist features include adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping assist, and pedestrian detection. In addition to the Wagoneer’s driver-assist features, its safety features include standard automated emergency braking, lane-departure warning, adaptive cruise control, and blind-spot monitoring. Jeep currently offers limited warranty coverage for three years or 36,000 miles, a powertrain warranty covers five years or 60,000 miles, and three years of complimentary scheduled maintenance.
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