2022 Wagoneer

2022 Wagoneer

In 1962, Bel Air, MD, fans saw the birth of the Wagoneer. In 1984, the Wagoneer evolved into the Grand Wagoneer, and the SUV ended its production in 1991. Now, the Wagoneer is set to return to Baltimore and is better than ever. This SUV offers a new spin on the Brand's style and is carrying on its legacy from decades ago. While the Grand Cherokee was the brand's answer to the Grand Wagoneer, with the Wagoneer's triumphant return, you'll get to enjoy the legendary performance and style in modern times. What does the new Wagoneer have to offer? Here's what we know so far.

Interior Features

In 1984, the Wagoneer near Towson offered premium interior seating materials like leather, plus lots of standard features that previously were not offered in an SUV. The Wagoneer is expected to offer polyurethane seating for easy cleaning and sustainability for the new model year, plus available leather seats with second-row captain's chairs. The new Wagoneer also offers Easter eggs, as the Wrangler does famously. The Wagoneer also plans to seat seven passengers with three rows of seating.

Exterior Styling

The new Wagoneer near Parkville, MD, is a body-on-frame construction, which is no surprise since it's based on the Ram 1500 frame.

Driver-Assist & Safety Features

While there's no definitive information about the new Wagoneer safety features, Elkton, MD, drivers can anticipate the list to mimic those of the Grand Cherokee. The Grand Cherokee offers features like Blind Spot Monitoring with Rear Cross Path Detection, ParkSenseยฎ Rear Park Assist, ParkViewยฎ Rear Back-Up Camera, and Forward Collision Warning with Active Braking.

Convenience Technology

In the early days, the Wagoneer was the first of its kind to offer many interior features. Now, it's no surprise to find AM/FM radio in an SUV, but the Wagoneer will now add more modern sound systems and even smartphone integration to meet the demands of the average driver. For the new model year, the Wagoneer offers a 12.1-inch center touchscreen display and a 10.3-inch passenger touchscreen to let your co-pilot navigate and watch a TV show. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are also anticipated offerings in the new Wagoneer.

In the rear, the Wagoneer offers a first-class riding experience with a rear-seat entertainment system available, plus the brand-new exclusive Relax Mode that lets you park and watch Aurora Borealis appear on your front screens. The Wagoneer is also paired with McIntosh to create a premium sound system for optimum clarity for your listening pleasure.


Back in the early-60s, the Wagoneer was the first four-wheel-drive vehicle offering an automatic transmission. Since then, things have changed, and many vehicles in the lineup can offer this feature. While the information available on the new Wagoneer is preliminary, it's estimated to offer around 10,000 pounds of maximum towing capacity when properly equipped. The new Wagoneer is also expected to offer a hybrid system for optimum efficiency and power.

If you're interested in learning more about the new Wagoneer and its availability, contact our team. We're committed to your satisfaction, and getting you on the list to buy or lease a new Wagoneer when it's available is our mission. We cannot wait to see drivers go home in this legendary SUV, and seeing a new generation of customers fall in love with this iconic model is sure to be the highlight of our year.

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