An old-school formula brings modern levels of comfort and technology to Jeep’s new full-size SUVs.
Jeep says that the all-new 2022 Wagoneer drives like the “smallest big car.” After spending a day with Wagoneers and Grand Wagoneers, we’d probably drop “smallest” from the phrase. This is because at their core, these 214.7-inch-long SUVs employ the segment’s proven formula: take a full-size pickup frame, include all the big V-8 powertrain options, and build a box on top.
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