The Original Premium SUV Returns for the 2022 Model Year; Washington D.C.-area Drivers Can Reserves There's Today at Ourisman Jeep in Bethesda, MD

In 1963, the Wagoneer challenged SUV conventions by offering an unexpected combination of passenger-car comfort and rugged capability. Over the years, the Wagoneer continually evolved, improving comfort and convenience with each iteration. And in 1974, it became the industry's first true luxury SUV with features like plush carpet, leather upholstery, power locks and windows, and cruise control. A decade later, the Wagoneer's top-tier Limited trim level was spun off into its own separate nameplate, the Grand Wagoneer, which would serve as the standard-setter to which all luxury SUVs aspired until leaving the market in 1991.

Redefining the Premium SUV for a New Generation: Coming Soon to Chevy Chase, Potomac, and Vienna Drivers

After a few years of hinting and speculation, Jeep has finally confirmed the Grand Wagoneer's return. The ultra-premium full-size SUV adds a long-absent three-row option to the Jeep lineup and promises a unique and unprecedented experience unlike anything in the market today. Production is still a few months out, and exact details are scarce, but from the available information, it's clear Jeep's upcoming flagship model is in a league of its own. Here's a quick look at some of our favorite highlights:

  • Advanced hybrid powertrain offers greater torque and engine response and targeted class-leading towing capability.

  • With its Selec-Terrain® Traction Management System, Quadra-Drive® II 4x4 system, and Quadra-Lift® Air suspension, Grand Wagoneer offers premium luxury without boundaries.

  • The Grand Wagoneer boasts 45 inches of display surface, including a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster, a 12.1-inch infotainment touchscreen, and a 10.25-inch passenger touchscreen.

  • The supremely upscale cabin seamlessly blends classic luxury with ultra-modern style, exhibiting awe-inspiring creativity, craftsmanship, and comfort. The interior features premium sustainable materials like hand and heat-treated blackened lace-wood, authentic dual-texture metal framing, PUR synthetic upholstery, and Dinamica fully recyclable premium microfiber suede.

The Jeep Grand Wagoneer will start production in 2021, with deliveries commencing at the end of the year or early 2022. Anticipation is high, and this revived classic nameplate is expected to sell quickly. Still, drivers in the Silver Spring and Arlington areas can pre-order the Jeep Grand Wagoneer today at Ourisman Jeep and be among the first behind the wheel.

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