The Jeep Grand Wagoneer in Providence, RI was the pioneering premium sport utility vehicle (SUV) — not the Land Rover. The original Jeep Wagoneer made its debut in 1963, and despite its expensive price tag, it was outfitted with cutting-edge features and high-end components.
The first generation of the Jeep Wagoneer was manufactured for many years until being taken out of production in 1991. Along with its class-leading off-road capabilities, this luxury vehicle had a body-on-frame construction that provided great comfort for the car’s occupants. We are fortunate that Jeep brought back the Grand Wagoneer brand for the 2020 model year, and there are many reasons why we are looking forward to the new automobile.
Panoramic Glass Roof
The panoramic roof on most vehicles only extends far enough to cover the first two seats; however, the Grand Wagoneer is not your average automobile. The Wagoneer’s panoramic roof, which is tinted and extends across the entirety of the glass roof, features an integrated map of the metropolitan region of Detroit, which you can see in person when you come to check it out at Elmwood Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram.
Various Engine Choices
Many of the engine choices available for the 2020 RAM 1500 are also available for the Jeep GrandWagoneer in Providence, RI. The 400-hp 5.7-Litre V8 Hemi engine is the default engine choice. A 3.6-liter V6 engine and a 3.0-liter V6 turbo-diesel engine are potential alternatives.
Buyers will welcome the diesel engine option. The fuel economy provided by a diesel engine will be quite helpful with such a large SUV. Additionally, the Wagoneer is available with three and four-wheel drive.