Hitting the Road
Power is never lacking, whether you’re interested in the Grand Wagoneer or the Wagoneer.
The Wagoneer has a standard 5.7L V8 engine with eTorque technology that delivers 392 horsepower and 404 lb-ft of torque. The mild-hybrid system, eTorque, helps improve low-end torque and fuel economy. You’ll also get 10,000 pounds of maximum towing capacity when properly equipped.
The Grand Wagoneer has a slightly more powerful engine under its hood. The standard 6.4L V8 engine generates 470 horsepower and 455 lb-ft of torque. Your maximum towing capacity hits 9,850 pounds when properly equipped in the Grand Wagoneer.
Both SUVs offer a Selec-Terrain® Management System that lets you shift drive modes depending on the terrain or the road conditions.
Technology is central to the Grand Wagoneer and the Wagoneer. Both vehicles offer large infotainment systems, with Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ integration, which allow you to use your smartphone apps as part of this system.
There is an available passenger interactive display to keep your passengers entertained in both SUVs. With a 10.25-inch touchscreen display, your front-seat passenger can update GPS coordinates, relay important trip information, and connect their smartphone.
Rear Seat Entertainment is available, too, with dual 10.1-inch displays that feature Amazon Fire TV. Continue a movie from home or look up a new one!
The Wagoneer also has an available digital rearview mirror to help you see clearly behind your SUV, even if the rear windshield is obstructed. When activated, it uses a camera that feeds a real-time stream to your rearview mirror.
Safety and Driver-Assist Features
The Wagoneer and the Grand Wagoneer have driver-assist and safety features to help you travel confidently on the road. These features keep an extra eye out when you’re on the go and help prevent accidents.
Some features can even help you park, like the available Parallel and Perpendicular Park Assist! This system detects stationary objects and lets you know when you’re getting too close to one. If you do, it will pulse the brakes to stop the vehicle.
A helpful feature on the highway or in a parking lot is the Blind Spot Monitoring with Rear Cross Path Detection. This feature keeps an eye on your blind spots and warns you of any vehicles hiding there. If you’re in reverse, it lets you know when a car is coming from the left or the right.