The image above shows the potential looks of the Grand Wagoneer if/when it arrives to the production line in the next couple of years.
The front fascia looks closely similar to the leaked image we were treated to from the dealer presentation back in October. The Grand Wagoneer oozes a premium look, more so than its Grand Cherokee sibling, thanks to its dual LED headlight fixture, the lower LED running lights and the obvious-looking grille.
Although the body doesn’t differ much, it has been stretched further to include a full-size third row. That said, the Grand Wagoneer hasn’t been free from a few setbacks.
But Jeep is staying positive even with the minor setbacks over at the Warren Truck Assembly plant in Michigan where the SUV will be produced. The delay was said to be due to a couple of engineering issues; the company is struggling to find a way to merge the Grand Cherokee’s platform to a larger category.
It’s natural that people have high expectations for the Wagoneer especially since it’s coming up against the Range Rover. Because of that, we can’t help but say that this render looks so mediocre that even the Ford Bronco would look a lot better.
What more, Jeep CEO Mike Manley said that buyers could expect to see a price tag of $130,000 to $140,000 on the Grand Wagoneer. If the model turns out like the render, would this price tag still be worth it?