The Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer L get 12 inches in length

​The new Jeep Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer L are getting a lot of attention as they give Americans a new way to have an adventure. But in style.

It all starts with an elegant yet robust exterior design. Drawing inspiration from the original Wagoneer from 1962. The first thing you see is upfront, a beautiful seven-slot grille that shimmers in the daylight. Framed by two headlights with LED daytime running lights.

The Wagoneer has a commanding presence. Gaining twelve inches in length overall, making it more than two hundred and fifty inches in length, and for the adventure-minded enthusiast, you have up to ten inches of ground clearance.

It doesn’t matter how big or small you are, the power retracting side steps can be a savior of the day in any weather to get in and out.

The interior is breathtaking and meticulously put together, with what feels like no expense spared. The detail, the double stitching, the laser etching. Immaculate. The passenger screen, unless illuminated, blends into the car as if nothing was there. You will have difficulty not noticing the rest of the screen space, as there is an equivalent screen space of a seventy-five-inch TV in the cabin.

The marriage of leather, metal, wood, and sound all come together for a beautiful, immersed, luxurious experience.

Both models have V8 power performance, the Wagoneer has a 5.7L engine, and the Grand Wagoneer comes with a standard 6.4L engine. Both have best-in-class towing capacity.

The back is big and bold with Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer in beautiful, big letters, and those rims come in at a plentiful twenty-two inches.

Inspired by their predecessor. The Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer have both a timeless and elegant look. But for me, the modern sophistication is what truly sets them apart.

The Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer give you five electronically controlled driving modes, starting with rock mode. Followed by sand, mud, snow, and my favorite sport mode. When in sport mode, not only does it give you better handling performance, but it drops the vehicle to the ground, giving it an aggressive stance.

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