Compare 2022 Grand Wagoneer vs 2022 Wagoneer

2022 Grand Wagoneer vs 2022 Wagoneer
2022 Grand Wagoneer 2022 Wagoneer

  Starting MSRP

$88,785 * $68,590 *


6.4L V8 5.7L V8


Standard Optional


471 hp 392 hp

  MPG (City/Highway)

13/19 ** 16/22 **

  Front Seats

24-way Leather Seats w/ Heat, Ventilation and Massage 12-way Heated and Ventilated Leather Seats

  Infotainment Display

Uconnect® 5 Nav with 12-Inch Display Uconnect® 5 Nav with 10.1-Inch Display

  Sound System

McIntosh® MX950 Entertainment System with 19 Speakers Alpine 9-Speaker System with Subwoofer

  Tri-Pane Panoramic Sunroof

Standard Available on Wagoneer Series III & Up

  Climate Control

4-Zone Climate Control 3-Zone Climate Control

2022 Grand Wagoneer vs 2022 Wagoneer

Serving Raynham, MA

Decades ago, the Wagoneer was a popular option in Jeep’s line, and it was well-known for its wood cladding, size, and functionality. While the model went on an extended hiatus, it is making a grand return for the 2022 model year. Both the Wagoneer and the Grand Wagoneer are returning to give Jeep shoppers a greater variety of options. These three-row SUVs do not have wood cladding now, but they could have everything you search for in your next vehicle. At Central Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, we are looking forward to showing off these models to you during your next visit.


Both of these models are powerful beasts on the road, but they carry different engines. The 2022 Wagoneer holds a 5.7-liter V8 engine under its hood. The powertrain produces 392 horsepower and packs towing power of approximately 10,000 pounds. The Grand Wagoneer has a 6.4-liter V8 engine. This engine produces 471 horsepower and can also tow around 10,000 pounds.


Visually, the 2022 Wagoneer and the 2022 Grand Wagoneer have many shared design elements, but the Grand Wagoneer is taller, longer, and wider. Both models have a boxy profile that Jeep enthusiasts will recognize. They each put their unique spin on Jeep’s signature, cube-themed grille, and their headlights and lower-front fascia also have distinction. The Grand Wagoneer uniquely has a black rooftop and copper-tinted windows.


These three-row crossovers are loaded with top features and premium materials, but they have different cabin designs. The most notable design difference is found in their display screens. Altogether, the Grand Wagoneer boasts 75 inches of screen width across seven screens. The four displays in the front row are a passenger’s screen, a driver’s gauge screen, and two screens stacked in the dashboard’s center. The second-row screens include a climate management display screen and dual screens for the entertainment system. The Wagoneer is available with three displays. These include two stacked screens for the infotainment system, the climate control system, and another screen for the driver’s gauges.

Have you decided which model you want to focus your attention on for your next purchase? Your next step should be to visit with one of our sales reps at Central CDJR. During your time at the dealership, you can test drive the available trim levels for any models that you are interested in and experience the refined engineering of our models for yourself.

* EPA-estimated. Actual mileage may vary.