The Jeep Wagoneer has made a somewhat suitably grand entrance with what is being called a grand entrance to the big SUV party. The luxurious variant is the Grand Wagoneer. There are also other full-size SUVs out there including Chevy Tahoes and Ford Expeditions. There is an exceptional truck which is to base such a thing.
Jeep Wagoneer Shares Traits with other Carmaker Competitors
The Jeep Wagoneer, like its GM and Ford competitors, shares its underpinnings with a half-ton truck (the Ram 1500). Therefore, the DNA is offering differing brands and proportions which veer far away from the full-size SUV norm. Also, make no mistake, it does definitely satisfy that full-size SUV norm. Also, the Jeep Wagoneer is huge, measuring roughly 4 inches longer than the Tahoe/Yukon/ Escalade and the Expedition/Navigator. Plus, the interior is similar which is huge. Moreover, it is also beautiful. The Wagoneer is blowing away the Chevy/GMC and Ford competitors specifically in terms of design and quality. The Grand Wagoneer, in the meantime, is “grand” in terms of the increased wealth rather than the size. In fact, it unquestionably rises to the challenge of competing with the Cadillac Escalade and the Lincoln Navigator.
In short, the Jeep Wagoneer could easily be a total win. However, there is the stark problem: fuel economy. In fact, there is no full-size SUV that is an eco-warrior. Also, Jeep is significantly less efficient than its competitors. Moreover, the actual MPG figures for the Jeep Wagoneer may not seem that different. However, in terms of actual gas burnt, it is. Then you may end up spending many hundreds or even thousands of dollars more per year by going with one of the Wagoneers. A 4xe is a plug-in hybrid or even just an EcoDiesel option which cannot come soon enough.