2021 Jeep Wagoneer: The Return of the Jeep Wagoneer
There’s no doubt about it – 2021 is set to be a year to remember for Jeep. To kick off the festivities, they’ve announced their intent to bring back the Wagoneer midway through the year, which is their first SUV with 3 row seating since the 2010 Commander.
Beyond that, the Wagoneer is an icon that their loyal following has been asking for since its departure in 1991. Everything about their newest iteration pays homage to the original, while taking the build to the next level.
If you’re looking forward to this exciting release, get your fill of the latest stats and facts from this guide. Your excitement will surely increase as you learn all about the 2021 Jeep Wagoneer interior, exterior, and everything in between.
Jeep Wagoneer Exterior
With a glance at the all-new build, it’s clear that this full-size luxury SUV is a Wagoneer through and through. Jeep put a lot into making it feel like the build starts where the 1991 model left off.
They started with the creation of their standard wheelbase model, which is likely to match the dimensions of the Chevy Tahoe. Then, added their SUV-inspired extended wheelbase option, the Grand Wagoneer.
To highlight this newly redone model, they gave both trims backlit badging that proudly displays the make and model name along with an American flag. And the exterior design just gets better from there with its signature seven slot grille in obsidian and 24-inch obsidian-finished multi-spoke wheels to match. The distinctive teak-trimmed headlights and classy taillights are another nice detail.
The headlights are not all flash either. Their utility is out of bounds with their ability to intelligently move in a 180 degrees lateral rotation and even follow the road ahead.
2021 Jeep Wagoneer Interior Features
Although this exterior has a luxurious feel already, it’s what’s inside that really counts. Blackened lacewood, metal, and leather throughout will have you sitting in luxury in an instant.
The seats have diamond silver tipped piping all along the edges, which perfectly complements the leather materials. And they are absolutely surrounded by screens – 45 inches of displays in total, in fact.
The driver gets a digital gauge cluster and 12.1-inch center touchscreen, while the front passenger has their own 10.2-inch display. Even the second-row rear passengers get their own entertainment screens plus a digital climate control display.
Although the third-row passengers do not get any displays, they can easily see the second-row screens and have the best view out of the full-length single panel roof. If that doesn’t do it, then they can kick back and relax while listening to the 23-speaker McIntosh Sound System, which is powered by an impressive 24-channel amp.
Despite being upscale from end to end, utility is not forgotten. You can configure the space to accommodate up to seven or eight passengers with captain’s chairs or a bench seat in the second row. Plus, it comes with 17.2 cubic feet of cargo space with the seats in their upright positions.
2021 Jeep Wagoneer Price
The 2021 Jeep Wagoneer price is expected to run between $60,000 for the base model and over $100,000 for a fully loaded Grand Wagoneer.
2021 Jeep Wagoneer Performance
The 2021 Jeep Grand Wagoneer and its standard wheelbase equivalent uses the same body on frame construction as the RAM 1500. It’s also expected to use many of the same power plants as that model, including:
- 3.6L V6
- 5.7L V8
- 3.0L V6 turbo diesel
Right now, they are just hyping their plug-in hybrid, which is set to kick off the electric vehicle lineup in the coming years.
Jeep has confirmed that all the trims will come with four-wheel drive standard. They will offer three different 4WD configurations plus an optional air ride suspension. In addition, they plan to include their Selec-Terrain Traction Management System that features five drive modes.
Although Jeep hasn’t released any hard figures yet, the towing capacity will very likely surpass the Grand Cherokee’s 7,500-pound limit. It could even reach a 10,000-pound SUV towing capacity in builds with the most powerful engine and strongest 4WD options.
They are equally quiet on the fuel efficiency front, but you can expect the 3.6L V6 to get up to an EPA-estimated 25 miles per gallon on the highway. The hybrid, on the other hand, will provide better gas mileage if you want to go that route.
Drive a 2021 Jeep Wagoneer Summer 2021 at Whitten Brothers
If you are ready for the 2021 Jeep Wagoneer release, you’ll only have to wait until the summertime to try one out for yourself. Between now and then, explore your ideal trim level, optional features, and all the other key characteristics for your new Wagoneer.