New Wagoneer Coming Soon to Charlottesville, VA

Experience the New Wagoneer at Umansky Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram of Charlottesville

From 1963 to 1993, the Wagoneer was a Sports Utility Vehicle ahead of its time. The original Wagoneer was intended to be a family station wagon, but, over time, this vehicle morphed into the Sports Utility Vehicle we know today. The boxy Wagoneer never really changed its style for its thirty years of production, and it was an off-roading vehicle. The Wagoneer has always possessed an engine that offers power and performance.

Although it's been out of production for nearly three decades, the Wagoneer is back and better than ever. The latest incarnation of the Wagoneer will still offer off-road capability as well as a rugged look. However, the designers of the latest version of the Wagoneer are throwing back to the early days of the vehicle when luxury was a part of the family vehicle. The Wagoneer is meant to match the luxury of vehicles that reach six-figure prices.

Performance

First, let's look at the performance factor of the Wagoneer for your Harrisonburg commute. The base engine is a 6.4-liter V8 gasoline engine that offers a whopping 471 horsepower. (For comparison, this not only matches but exceeds that of the Escalade or the Navigator.) Four-wheel drive is standard in the Wagoneer, so, like the Wagoneer incarnations of the past, this will be an off-road king.

The Wagoneer is outfitted with the same body on frame underpinnings as a truck but offers an independent rear suspension instead of a solid rear axle. This will make the Wagoneer not only capable but comfortable to ride in, no matter what type of terrain you are tackling. You'll also see an available adaptive air suspension which will add to the smoothness of the ride. The Wagoneer will offer ten inches of ground clearance as well as a max tow rating of nearly 10,000 pounds. Add to this the ability to traverse water up to two feet in height, and you've got one capable yet luxurious ride.

Luxury Interior

The interior of the Wagoneer is what makes this a luxury vehicle. Of course, you'll only see the best of materials in the door panels, the dash, and the flooring of the Wagoneer. You'll also notice that the upholstery is of the highest quality. A third row of seats is standard in all Wagoneers, and up to eight people can be seated comfortably in the Wagoneer. You'll also notice woodgrain interior, a 12.3-inch gauge cluster, ambient interior lighting, and a ground-breaking monitoring system. The infotainment system offers head-up display, a rear-seat monitoring system that feeds video from the back seats to the driver via the infotainment screen, and a rearview mirror outfitted with a camera. The Wagoneer's cargo area is a whopping 27 cubic feet.

Safety

The Wagoneer is chock full of safety features standard on the vehicle regardless of trim. These include forward-collision warning with automated braking, lane departure warning and lane-keeping assist, blind-spot monitoring, and rear cross-traffic alert. In addition, there are many available safety features on varying trims of the Wagoneer.

Wagoneer Trim Levles

Speaking of trims, the Wagoneer offers five different trim levels to fit the taste of any driver.

  • Series I is the most basic trim level
  • Series II offers 22 in. wheels, passenger touchscreen & two-tone roof
  • Series III
  • Series III Premium
  • Obsidian
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