The All-New Jeep Wagoneer: What to Expect

The Jeep Wagoneer is making a comeback, and everyone wants to know what the new car model is going to be like. Originally, Jeep manufactured the Wagoneer line between 1962 and 1991. Back then, the Jeep Wagoneer hardly saw any changes through the years, but it continued to develop as one of the most successful lines from Jeep.

Towards the end of 2019, on December 5th, a spy camera revealed shots of FCA running tests on a Jeep Wagoneer using the RAM 1500 body-on-frame. Now that we know that a new Jeep Wagoneer is set to hit the markets soon, what do we know or expect from this comeback?

What Can You Expect From The New Jeep Wagoneer?

Combining all the information provided by Jeep, along with the necessary features the Jeep Wagoneer would need to compete in the car market today, there are quite a few things you can expect from the Wagoneer. What we know is that the estimated price of the Jeep Wagoneer stands now at $45,000 and that it will most likely be an SUV with three rows for passengers.

We also know that Jeep will be releasing a car that has a short-wheelbase form, most likely the Jeep Wagoneer, and another that utilizes the long-wheelbase form, most probably the Grand Wagoneer that was teased by Jeep before. The new Jeep Wagoneer, in order to be successful in meeting both the demands of the market as well as the fans, should come with powerful towing and off-road driving features.

So while the more economical base trim levels could be designed to match urban daily driving requirements, you can expect trim levels dedicated to off-road driving as well. There is also the potential for a hybrid version as well, as this would work well to get low torque, which provides better fuel economy for the Jeep Wagoneer. Sources have revealed that the trim levels would be similar to those of Jeep's Grand Cherokee. This means that you can expect an economical base trim level, mid-level trims, premium level trims, and finally, a potential off-road trim that is dedicated to powerful journeys that can withstand harsh terrain.

The new Jeep Wagoneer will also probably use an eight-speed automatic transmission from ZF, and provide Driver Assistance Technology that will have features like Adaptive Cruise Control, LaneSense, and a 360-degree Surround View Camera. The current Covid-19 pandemic has delayed production for the new Jeep Wagoneer by three months, but you can expect more information to become available as the release date for the first look at the Jeep Wagoneer appears.

If you live in Garner, or the nearby areas of Hillandale, Antelope Point, or Camelot in North Carolina, then visit the Capital CJD dealership in Garner, NC, to get more information about the all-new Jeep Wagoneer.

Source: Jeep