From its beginnings in 1962 until its final production year in 1991, the Grand Wagoneer made a name for itself as the best selling, gold-standard of luxury SUVs. Making a grand return back to the market 2021 with a brand new look, the Wagoneer has reinterpreted its own legacy and pushed the boundaries of premium standards of style, comfort, and adventure, once again.

"We wanted to do it right, get the investment behind it, making it futuristic, beautiful and modern", Jeeps' global chief, Christian Meunier, said while explaining the return of the Grand Wagoneer. For 2022, history's longest Jeep is nearly 2.5 feet longer than the original. The Wagoneer unsurprisingly offers class leading legroom in the second row, unmatched head and legroom in the third row, cargo space behind row three - and a stadium-sized total passenger volume of 179 cubic feet. Mike Uhlmeyer, Wagoneer chief engineer, said the Jeep is designed to handle "like the smallest biggest car you've ever driven" which includes a fully independent multi-link rear suspension, body-spanning steel cross member, and the classic Jeep 4x4 system. -New Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer.

In addition to the digital dash cluster (10.3" for the Wagoneer, 12.3" for the Grand Wag), there's the infotainment touchscreen thats 10.1" on the Wagoneer and 12" on the Grand Wagoneer, supporting both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, bringing five times the processing power of the previous version along with sharply improved graphics. The screens start multiplying as the trim levels get higher. Jeep pushes the boundaries with an optional 10.3" passenger touchscreen where your passenger can control navigation, monitor cameras, watch videos, and mirror from their mobile.

Onboard Amazon Fire TV is an automotive first! With Alexa voice assistant and Wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. You can stream two shows simultaneously on up to three screens - streaming something at home? Hop into your Jeep and continue watching. Chris Benjamin, Wagoneer's head of interior design, said designers strived to blend the coolness and futurism of moderns screens and black surrounds with the warmth of natural materials and artisan-level craftsmanship.As for the rest of the interior, the two vehicles exude a classic Americana interior design with wood, aluminum trim, and leather throughout coupled with glowing rectangle details. Both Wagoneers come with standard leather-trimmed seats, coming with an upgraded option of Palermo leather with accent stitching and the luxury driven Grand Wagoneer seat massage settings. There is seating for up to eight in both vehicles, and with those hoping to add maximum comfort for their passengers, second row captain's chairs are available on the Grand Wagoneer. Cargo space behind the third row is 27.4 cubic feet and space behind the second row is over 70 cubic feet for both vehicles. The Wagoneer comes with 94.2 cubic feet in the first row, while the Grand Wagoneer boasts 116.7 cubic feet first row space - making it the best in its class.