Nantucket well-to-dos and Jackson Hole jet-setters, rejoice: The revival of the Jeep Grand Wagoneer begins now, with the unveiling of the Grand Wagoneer Concept pictured here. Jeep’s return—tardy though it may be—to the three-row premium SUV market doesn’t just revive a nameplate too-long absent from the brand’s portfolio; it signals a clear ambitions to challenge Chevrolet and Ford. And judging by the degree of luxury this concept presents, Jeep isn’t just getting its feet wet. The Grand Wagoneer will be wading upstream to battle premium brands like Lincoln, BMW, and Cadillac.
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Yes, "Looks like Lincoln built a Cherokee". I give it a C-. Interior looks pretty sweet. They should have blatantly copied the OLD Wagoneer exterior in every way possible visually, just cleaned it up, made it a tad sleeker, and call it retro.
“You had ONE job”! Ugh. Interior is beautiful but the exterior? Looks like the result of a one night stand between a Lincoln Navigator and Honda Pilot. Where’s my morning after cigarette? Seriously, Fiat, if the only nod to the original is a wood accent on the luggage rail (7-slots on the grille is a bit of a stretch), then you truly should name this something else.
Frankly I’ll be embarrassed for the person that purchases such an abomination. Upside: The owner won’t have to worry about a non-operational rear window. 🙂
When I was in the "Grey Market" in the 80's (when I was in High school) we used to rip from Newport Beach, Cali to LAX in a Grand Wagoneer to pick up 500Sl's and ferraris we had flown in from Europe. The Wagoneer was the thirstiest vehicle I ever encountered, and literally spewed unburned fuel out the exhaust!!! Very comfy SUV, but poorly engineered fuel system...