When you want a spacious, off-road capable SUV and fun to drive, the 2023 Wagoneer may be right for you. The Wagoneer has been grabbing attention across Rockwall, Terrell, Rowlett, and Wylie, TX. That’s why our Rockwall Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram (CDJR) team has put together this review.
Below, we’ve covered the Wagoneer’s performance, interior, and safety features. Once you’re finished reading, experience it in person by scheduling a test drive!
The Wagoneer is an SUV that’s prepared to head off the beaten path. Whether you’re on the highway or in nature, one of two engines will help you get wherever you want to go:
If you want to bring a few toys along with you, the Wagoneer can handle them with its maximum payload capacity of 10,000 pounds when properly equipped. To help you tow, opt for the available integrated trailer brake control, which can help you stop your trailer using the Wagoneer’s brakes.
For additional off-roading capability, you can choose between three available 4×4 systems, and an available Selec-Terrain® Traction Management System helps adjust your drive to the environment with four drive modes.
The interior of the Wagoneer is modern and comfortable. Depending on your configuration, you can seat up to eight people in three rows.
You can add heating and ventilation to the front seats, and the 12-way adjustability ensures that you can find the ideal driving position. Its Tri-Zone Automatic Temperature Control lets everyone set a comfortable temperature to enjoy the ride.
The Wagoneer has plenty of tech to add to the ride. The infotainment system inside the Wagoneer allows for wireless Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™, so you can use your smartphone for directions, to play tunes, and more. You can also upgrade the infotainment system to include in-vehicle navigation.
Does your front-seat passenger like to co-pilot? Opt for the available 10.25-inch Front Passenger Interactive Display. Your co-pilot can chart your destination—and create a fun playlist—from this display.
The Wagoneer is designed to keep you safe while you’re on the road. It has a suite of standard and available driver-assist technologies that act as additional eyes on the road and can help you avoid or mitigate accidents.
Standard Full-Speed Forward Collision Warning with Active Braking uses radar sensors to detect if you’re too close to the vehicle ahead of you. It will warn you, and even apply the brakes if it senses an accident.
Blind Spot Monitoring and Rear Cross Path Detection watches your blind spot and warns you if a vehicle is in it. It can even do this while you’re in reverse, including pulling out of a parking space or driveway.