How Much Does a Fully Loaded 2022 Jeep Wagoneer Cost?

Since Jeep teased us about the Wagoneer making a comeback, people have been waiting to get their hands on one. We’ve been the most curious about how much the Wagoneer will cost. Jeep shows us the prices and what we can expect to get for that much money.

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What you can expect to pay for the new Jeep Wagoneer luxury SUV

We know the Jeep Grand Wagoneer has many excellent features, like an Amazon Fire TV Stick, and it offers plenty of luxurious items to explore. The 2022 Jeep Wagoneer Series II and III pretty much have all you could want and more. 

The remake of the Jeep Wagoneer will come in a few different trim levels. For the Series II model, you get the option of two-wheel-drive and four-wheel-drive. If you choose the two-wheel-drive version, you can expect to pay around $69,440 for the starting price. If you upgrade to the four-wheel-drive model, the price goes up to $72,440 for the starting price, minus the destination fees.

The top trim, which is the Series III, comes with $74,440 for the two-wheel-drive model and $77,440 as the starting price for the four-wheel-drive. But, these are only the base models of the Wagoneer. 

A fully loaded top trim model, with all the packages, could go as high as $90,000. What would all that money get you, though?

What features does the top trim level, Jeep Wagoneer Series III model come with?

Powering up the Wagoneer is a 5.7-liter V8 engine paired with an eight-speed transmission. This gets you 392 hp and 22 mpg on the highway. Rear-wheel drive is standard on all base models. 

The Wagoneer seats eight passengers with heated and ventilated seats in the front and just heated ones in the second row. You also get a remote start, a rear window wiper, illuminated beverage holders, voice-activated air conditioning, and leather material for the seats and the steering wheel. 

For safety features, you receive height-adjustable seatbelts, ABS on all four wheels, predictive brake assist, blind-spot warning, front and rear parking sensors, as well as electronic stability control. 

What accessories or add-on packages can we expect for the Jeep Wagoneer?

Jeep’s website shows just how much you can customize your Series III Wagoneer with plenty of add-ons to choose from. For $395, you can have an all-weather mat package, which gives you four-floor mats that will withstand snow, dirt, and all kinds of debris. 

You could also go with a seven-passenger seating arrangement if you want the second row to have captains’ chairs instead of a bench seat. This package adds the power tilt and slide to the middle seats and a floor console. You can expect to pay $595 more for this package. 

For $1,495, the Wagoneer can get a towing package installed that allows you to haul up to 10,000 lbs of cargo. This would give you trailer hitch assist, trailer hitch zoom, chrome tow hooks, as well as heavy-duty engine cooling, to name just a few. There’s an all-terrain package, as well. This gets you 20-inch off-road wheels, an electric rear limited-slip differential, and all-terrain tires.

 For tech features, you can add the convenience package for $2,195. This gets you a drowsy driver alert, a 360 surround-view camera system, and traffic sign recognition. There’s also a premium group package that adds $5,495 to your purchase. This add-on brings power running boards, a McIntosh 19-speaker stereo system, a panoramic sunroof, and luxury floor mats. No matter which additions or trim you get, the Wagoneer is sure not to disappoint.

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