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Jeep is resurrecting a name from its past—Wagoneer— which is being re-introduced as a sub-brand. The Wagoneer family is entirely made up of full-size three-row SUVs.
The new Wagoneer comes with a 5.7-liter V-8 engine with the next generation of the Ram 1500’s eTorque 48-volt mild-hybrid system, which offers a cylinder deactivation feature to help save fuel. It generates 392 hp and 404 lb-ft of torque and is mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission that is operated with a rotary shifter. The Wagoneer will come in three trims: Series I, Series II, and Series III and is offered with rear-wheel, all-wheel, or four-wheel drive.
Available off-road features include an adjustable air suspension that can raise the Wagoneer to provide an additional 3.6 inches of ground clearance, and a drive-mode selector system which includes sand/mud, snow, and rock modes. Both rear- and four-wheel drive variants of the Wagoneer will be rated to tow up to 10,000 pounds with a Class 4 trailer hitch fully integrated into the frame. The Wagoneer offers three transfer cases, two off-road modes, a 25-degree approach angle, 24-degree departure angle, and 22-degree breakover angle. Normal ride height with the standard steel coil spring suspension is 8.0 inches. The optional Quadra-Lift air suspension raises ground clearance to up to 10.0 inches, enough to ford water up to 24 inches deep.
The Wagoneer is full of touches of Americana, including the American flag beside the “Wagoneer” badging on each side of the vehicle. Inside, you can see “EST. 1963” at each end of the instrument panel, as well as numerous Easter eggs for you to find.
A spacious three-row cabin can be equipped with seating for up to eight in the Wagoneer but opting for second-row captain’s chairs reduces seating to seven. The second-row seats tilt and slide for access to the third row, and all rear seats fold flat for a giant cargo area.
Inside, the cabin looks rich and features plenty of standard luxury items, such as leather upholstery, 12-way power-adjustable front seats, ambient interior lighting, and three-zone automatic climate control. The interior of the Wagoneer is covered extensively by screens, with a 10.1-inch infotainment display taking center stage and a 10.3-inch digital gauge display offering readouts for the driver. Three more are optional: A passenger-facing screen for co-pilot access to navigation directions, text messages, and controls for the optional dual rear-seat entertainment screens. The Uconnect 5 interface provides access to features including Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, SiriusXM satellite radio, integrated navigation, Amazon FireTV and Alexa, and a 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot.
The Wagoneer comes standard with several driver-assistance features, including adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping assist, and pedestrian detections. Key safety features include: Standard automated emergency braking with pedestrian and cyclist detection, Standard lane-departure warning with lane-keeping assist, and Standard adaptive cruise control and blind-spot monitoring.
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