The Grand Wagoneer is roomy and luxurious, with contemporary styling that redefines SUV elegance.
The Grand Wagoneer has a high-strength steel frame featuring the iconic seven-slot grille, tri-pane panoramic sunroof, premium-colored tinted glass, and powerful LED headlamps. The exterior dimensions include a length of 214.7 inches, a width of 83.6 inches, and a height of 75.6 inches. The Grand Wagoneer L adds 12 inches of overall length with a 7-inch increase to the wheelbase and a 5-inch increase in the rear overhang to make space for more cargo.
The Grand Wagoneer has a black clear-coat roof, which you can combine with Bright White at no cost or spend an extra $645 on the eight premium color options: Luxury White, Baltic Gray, Rocky Mountain, Midnight Sky, Velvet Red, Silver-Zynith, River Rock, Velvet Red, and Ember Pearl.
The Grand Wagoneer interior has an expansive cabin with three rows of passenger seating optimized to support your active lifestyle. With the 60/40 split, you can accommodate up to eight passengers. The trunk dimensions of the SUV can expand to a formidable 94.2 cubic feet with the seats folded down. In the long-wheelbase Grand Wagoneer L SUV, you can find up to 112.9 cubic feet of maximum cargo room. This SUV offers bespoke comfort through 24-way power-adjustable front seats with massage to help you relax.
The Grand Wagoneer flaunts nappa leather-trimmed seats for the entry models, while Series II and Obsidian trims upgrade to Palermo leather-trimmed seats. The top-of-the-line Series III and Series III Obsidian models feature quilted Palermo leather-trimmed seats.
Under the hood, the Grand Wagoneer offers a standard 6.4-liter V-8 engine or an available 3.0-liter Hurricane Twin-Turbo 510 I-6 engine. The standard V-8 engine offers 471 horsepower and 455 lb-ft of torque, while the Hurricane engine boosts power and efficiency with 510 horsepower and 500 lb-ft of torque and delivers an EPA-estimated 14 mpg in the city and 20 mpg on the highway. The SUV comes with a maximum towing capacity of up to 9,850 pounds.
The Grand Wagoneer comes with over 75 inches of available display area. A 12-inch reconfigurable center-stack touch-screen display has split-screen capability for features such as Amazon TV Fire with Alexa, standard wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, and standard Uconnect 5 system. There’s also a digital rearview mirror, which proves helpful when something obscures the rear window, and an interior rear monitoring camera.
The Grand Wagoneer has a suite of standard driver-assistance technology, such as traction and stability control, adaptive cruise control, a 360-degree camera, blind-spot monitoring, and active lane management. Its advanced safety features include a night vision camera, Intersection Collision Assist, Traffic Sign Recognition, and Drowsy Driver Detection.