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The 2022 Jeep Wagoneer has a starting price of $59,995 for the entry-level Series I trim, and reaches $74,995 for the highest trim, Series III. The starting price of the Wagoneer is around $30,000 less than the Grand Wagoneer.The Wagoneer comes standard with rear-wheel drive and four-wheel drive can be had on the Series II and Series III trims for $3000.Both the Wagoneer and the Grand Wagoneer are set to reach dealers by the second half of the year, but the Wagoneer, as well as Grand Wagoneer, will only be available in pre-configured models at launch.The Grand Wagoneer is back, and with it, the less expensive—yet still luxurious—Wagoneer. For the base trim level, or Series I, the 2022 Jeep Wagoneer costs $59,995, and starting prices reach up to $74,995 for Series III trim, the highest trim offered on the Wagoneer. The middle trim, or Series II, costs $69,995. It’s worth mentioning that the Series I is not going to be available at launch, according to Jeep.

The price of the Wagoneer is boosted by a $2000 destination charge, a steep charge for a vehicle of this type. The Series I is the only trim that comes exclusively with rear-wheel drive. Upgrading from the standard rear-wheel drive to four-wheel drive on the Series II and Series III trims costs $3000.

Every 2022 Wagoneer has with a 5.7-liter V-8 engine that makes 392 horsepower and 404 pound-feet of torque, assisted by a 48-volt hybrid system. That engine routes power through an eight-speed transmission. A two-speed transfer case is optional, as is an electronic limited-slip rear differential.

There’s a 10.1-inch infotainment screen up front as well as a 10.3-inch screen for the instrument cluster. The seats are trimmed with nappa leather throughout, and in front they’re 12-way power seats with lumbar support. The Wagoneer can be had with second-row captain’s chairs, but the standard setup is a second-row bench seat to give the SUV seating capacity for eight.

Initially Jeep is offering the Wagoneer in seven pre-configured models: Series II Standard and Premium, each in a choice of rear- or four-wheel-drive versions; Series III Premium in rear- or four-wheel drive; and Series III Off-Road, four-wheel-drive only. The Series II Standard is the most basic of the bunch as well as the cheapest of the pre-configured models at $69,995; it comes with tri-zone climate control and 20-inch wheels. The Series II Premium comes with 22-inch wheels, a front passenger screen, and two 10.1-inch screens for the rear passengers.

The Series III Premium model comes with everything that the Series II Premium offers as well as a 19-speaker sound system and a heavy-duty trailer towing package. Finally, the Series III Off-Road model adds all-terrain tires, a two-speed transfer case, an electronic limited-slip differential, and an air suspension.

Both the Wagoneer and the Grand Wagoneer can be reserved with a $500 deposit, and most models are set to reach dealers by the second half of this year. Keep in mind that the most affordable, entry-level Wagoneer Series I won’t be available at launch. Additionally, Jeep won’t say when customers will be able to configure the Wagoneer—or the Grand Wagoneer—to their own tastes.

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