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The Jeep Wagoneer has a long history as a family-friendly Jeep. The Jeep Wagoneer’s original “SJ” generation spanned from 1963 to 1991, while Jeep was passed around to three different owners. The iconic name was revived in 2022 with the new WS generation, reimagined as a premium full-size SUV.

So, how much can car shoppers expect to pay for a 2024 Jeep Wagoneer, from its base to top trim?

2024 Jeep Wagoneer trim level comparison

The base trim of the 2024 Jeep Wagoneer starts at $62,945. That’s for the standard wheelbase with rear-wheel drive. Upgrading to four-wheel drive or the long-wheelbase Wagoneer L both cost an extra $3,000. So, adding both costs a total of $6,000.

The standard engine in the Wagoneer is a turbocharged inline-six engine with 420 horsepower and 486 lb-ft of torque. It returns 17 city/24 highway/20 combined mpg with RWD and 16 city/23 highway/19 combined mpg with 4WD, according to EPA estimates.

Standard features include full LED exterior lighting, 18-inch wheels, a power liftgate, three-row seating for up to eight passengers, leather seats, heated and ventilated front seats, three-zone automatic climate control, a 10.25-inch digital gauge cluster, a 10.1-inch infotainment system with wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, an Alpine nine-speaker audio system, front and rear parking sensors, forward collision mitigation, and blind-spot warning.

The Series II trim starts at $68,945. It adds premium features like 20-inch silver machine-faced wheels, more chrome exterior trim, Nappa leather seats, a wireless charging pad, adaptive cruise control, and an active lane-management system.

The Carbide trim starts at $72,640 and is primarily an appearance package. It has a black exterior and interior trim, 20-inch gloss black wheels, black Nappa leather seats, a tri-pane panoramic sunroof, and a reversible cargo mat.

What’s included in the 2024 Jeep Wagoneer Series III?

The top Series III trim of the 2024 Jeep Wagoneer starts at $79,445. Its standard features include four-wheel drive, a Quadra-Lift air suspension system, semi-active damping, heated second-row seats, power-folding third-row seats, a head-up display, and off-road info pages.

Accessories and add-ons for the Wagoneer large luxury SUV

There are several option packages available that vary in price depending on the trim. In the top Series III trim, the Convenience Group ($2,395) adds drowsy driver detection, an intersection collision-assist system, automated parking, side distance warning, a 360-degree surround-view camera, traffic sign recognition, and second-row manual sunshades. Second-row captain’s chairs with a floor console cost $795. The Premium Group ($5,995) adds more luxury with a McIntosh 19-speaker audio system, 22-inch polished aluminum wheels, adjustable roof-rail crossbars, a foldable cargo shade, luxury front and rear floor mats, power running boards, a reversible cargo mat, and a tri-pane panoramic sunroof. A Rear-Seat Entertainment Group ($2,595) adds dual 10.1-inch rear entertainment screens with Amazon Fire TV built-in.

If you add every possible option to the Jeep Wagoneer in the Series III trim, the cost comes to $101,380. That’s in the long-wheelbase body and includes the $2,000 destination fee that applies to all Wagoneer models.

Is the Wagoneer worth it?

Since a fully loaded Jeep Wagoneer is legitimately competitive with luxury SUVs like the Lincoln Navigator and Cadillac Escalade, its six-digit price tag is justifiable. The lower trims may offer better value for most drivers. However, anyone in the market for a full-size luxury SUV should test drive a well-equipped Wagoneer.