It’s been about three decades since the world saw the release of a new Wagoneer. The 2022 Jeep Wagoneer is a full-size, 3-row SUV that looks and drives a lot like an off-road vehicle.
It comes with a ton of cargo space, awesome standard features, and a more-than-powerful-enough engine to drive over 7,000 pounds of steel. Let’s take a closer look at the Jeep Wagoneer’s dimensions, specs, and list of features.
Overview of the 2022 Jeep Wagoneer
Let’s start with the positives. The cabin of this car is very well made. The vast expanse of wood trim isn’t really the strength of American vehicles, but Jeep can make it happen. Elegantly formed matte pieces combine with unexpected copper glints.
The Jeep Wagoneer also comes with a beefy engine to help tow larger objects across vast distances. Combined with over 100 cubic feet of cargo space, this is the perfect family vehicle for long road trips. There’s also a third row of seats to increase the seating capacity from 5 to 8. You can fold the 2nd, and 3rd row seats up to increase cargo space for groceries and hunting equipment.
Unfortunately, the 2022 Jeep Wagoneer isn’t without its share of cons. For instance, some of the controls with LED trim and bright screens can be distracting. Also, the suspension system comes second to the air suspension system in other vehicles, so bumps feel a lot more annoying when traveling at high speeds. Also, due to its sheer size, the Wagoneer isn’t the most eco-friendly full-size SUV out there.
One huge complaint is the wireless charging system. While it was a nice thought, some users found that the charging station doesn’t secure smartphones in place. Also, the sound system, which is McIntosh (the first time to ever be used in a car), produces lackluster audio quality, especially through the rear speakers.
2022 Jeep Wagoneer Dimensions
The 2022 Wagoneer is available in 3 trims—Series I, II, and III—and each version is available in the Carbide version. The interior and exterior measurements are identical in every way. The between the trims are their standard features, which affect the starting price tag.
|Front legroom||40.9 in.|
|2nd legroom||42.7 in.|
|3rd legroom||36.6 in.|
|Front headroom||41.3 in.|
|2nd headroom||40 in.|
|3rd headroom||39 in.|
|Front hip room||63.4 in.|
|2nd hip room||63 in.|
|3rd hip room||51.6 in.|
|Front shoulder room||66.1 in.|
|2nd shoulder room||65.2 in.|
|3rd shoulder room||64.4 in.|
|Passenger volume in.||179 cu. ft.|
|Cargo room (rear down)||116.7 cu. ft.|
|Cargo room (rear up)||27.4 cu. ft.|
|Front track||68.5 in.|
|Rear track||68.3 in.|
|Turning radius||19 ft.|
Miscellaneous Ratings and Specs
|Fuel Tank Capacity||26.5 gal.|
|Engine Power||392 HP @ 5600 RPM|
|Torque||404 lb.-ft. @ 3950 RPM|
|Gross Vehicle Weight Rating||7,400 lbs.|
|Towing Capacity||8,790 lbs.|
|Gross Combined Weight Rating||15,000 lbs.|
|Exterior light control||Auto on/off|
|Daytime running lights||LED|
|Front fog lights||LED|
|Body material||Galvanized steel/aluminum|
|Rear cargo door||Power liftgate|
|Driver mirror||Power remote with tilt down|
|Passenger mirror||Power remote with tilt down|
|Rear HVAC||Separate controls|
|Door locks||2-stage unlock|
|Remote keyless entry||Keyfob|
|Remote engine start||Keyfob|
|Cruise control||With steering wheel controls|
|12V DC power outlet||3|
|Heated seats||Driver and passenger|
|Way direction seat control||8|
|Steering wheel audio control||Yes|
|Speed sensitive volume||Yes|
|Wireless phone connectivity||Yes|
|Basic distance||36,000 miles|
|Powertrain distance||60,000 miles|
|Corrosion perforation||60 months|
|Corrosion perforation distances||Unlimited|
|Roadside assistance||60 months|
|Roadside assistance distance||60,000 miles|
2022 Jeep Wagoneer vs. Grand Wagoneer
There is roughly a $30,000 price difference between the Wagoneer and the Grand Wagoneer. While they look almost identical, there are a few key differences you should know about.
The front of the Grand Wagoneer has a more elegant grille than the standard Wagoneer. You can also find chrome trim around the windows, a black-painted roof, and copper window tints, as well as more LED lighting all over the vehicle.
Inside the Grand Wagoneer is roughly 75 inches of screen area divided into 7 displays throughout the interior, which you can get with the Series III trim. These screens are digital cluster, center infotainment, passenger, 2 rear screens, and comfort control screens in the first and second rows for adjusting the seat position.
Both the Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer pack V8 engines, but they’re not built the same. The Wagoneer has a 5.7-liter V8 engine with an output of about 392 horsepower and 404 lb.-ft. of torque for towing 10,000 pounds. The Grand Wagoneer packs a 6.4-liter V8 engine with an output of 471 HP and 455 lb.-ft. of torque, so it can climb to 60 MPH in 6 seconds.
All Wagoneer trims come standard with 20-inch wheels, but you can choose optional 18-inch wheels for off-roading or flashier 22-inch wheels. The Grand Wagoneer features 20- or 22-inch aluminum wheels with 1 of 4 finishes.
Much of the $30,000 price disparity goes into making the Grand Wagoneer a lot more pleasing to the senses. For instance, the leather used for the chairs in the Grand Wagoneer is a lot more supple, the trim is more luxurious, and the instrument panel comes in Piano Black (optional).
You can also find wooden accents inside the Grand Wagoneer, which is absent in the standard Wagoneer. The stitching patterns on the seats also vary in direction.
If you thought the ten speakers in the Wagoneer were impressive, try the 23 950-watt speakers in the Grand Wagoneer. This is the first time Jeep has introduced a McIntosh stereo in a car.