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Jeep Wagoneer review: An $82,000 high-tech luxury SUV

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Jeep Wagoneer Series II
the Wagoneer Series II

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Now, the all-new 2022 Jeep Wagoneer has returned to shake up the large luxury SUV class with a vengeance, impressing drivers with everything from its exterior style to its powertrain.The all-new vehicle 2022 Jeep Wagoneer sports a sophisticated V8 engine, monstrous towing capability, an upscale cabin, a lengthy list of tech and safety features, and an all-around cultivated driving experience on pavement and cross-country. Jeep also added the all-new Grand Wagoneer to its lineup this model year, which is an even more upscale version of the SUV that starts at $88,440.The Jeep Wagoneer comes in two trims:These prices are somewhat higher than the class average for a large SUV. On the other hand, some of the hairpin turns felt a little tight to maneuver this monster-sized truck — I'm relieved I didn't have to park it downtown.The 2022 Wagoneer hasn't been crash tested by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety or the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration yet, but it does have an impressive list of standard driver-assistance features.It also has additional options like the surround-view parking camera and head-up display, some of my favorite high-tech features that help drivers keep their eyes on the road and see everything around the vehicle — including the cones, small trees, giant rocks, and drop-offs I navigated while off-roading in the Wagoneer.Overall, the 2022 Jeep Wagoneer is making a big splash in the luxury large SUV category as it returns after 30 years with a high-class cabin, brawny powertrain, and luxurious features.

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