Today, Jeep revealed a concept for a much-needed addition to its lineup – the Grand Wagoneer. It’ll be the pinnacle of the Wagoneer family, which will boast three rows of seats, tons of luxury and technology, and, according to a new report from Car and Driver, a hefty price tag.
The publication interviewed Jeep president Christian Meunier who said the standard Wagoneer would start at around $60,000 while the range-topping Grand-Wagoneer will reach six figures. That’s quite a spread, but it sounds as if Jeep is positioning the Wagoneer family to compete against several different competitors. According to Car and Driver, the Wagoneer is expected to compete against both Ford and Chevy, and Lincoln and Cadillac, like the Suburban and Navigator.