Extended - utility
The Wagoneer is back, but don't expect the wood paneling to reappear. This model last appeared on top of the line trim for the first generation Grand Cherokee. But this time its back as its own entry level model to the Wagoneer sub-brand from Jeep. In keeping with its original roots, this new Wagoneer shares its layout and platform with its more luxurious brother the Grand Wagoneer.
Although an entry level product from the Wagoneer lineup, this new product is sure to be a great start to anyone's entry into the extended range of utility products. With its sights set on the biggest players in the market, this new Jeep is sure to stir the pot that Chrysler and Dodge have never tried to play in.
All around this new product is off to a great start, as it brinks back memories from the past with a future experience. Let's just hope the at trackhawk version is in its future, as Chevrolet needs someone to race with.