Don't know if people had seen this yet, so thought it wouldn't hurt to post it here too... Nice that the Jeep brand is getting more investment and models.
Fiat Chrysler to put $1 billion into U.S. jobs and revive Jeep Wagoneer - Jan. 8, 2017
The wagoneer will be built at Warren mi assembly...now home to the ram truck. Ram truck is moving to sterling heights MI. But the wagoneer will only begin when the ram is in full production at sterling heights. Sterlings equipment will be moved to Belvedere IL to build the KL cherokee.
Jeep Grand Wagoneer could top out at $130,000 - Autoblog
LMAO...IMO, that stupidity & greediness right there, is enough to make me dump the Jeep brand like a bad habit...Wow, just wow! :lol:
Compete with Land Rover/Range Rover??!!...yeh, right!! Jeep's customer service sucks sooo BAD, that...
Can we please get a thread for older Wagoneer home mechanics. This site was my go to place when I owned my Cherokee. Since restoring my 86 Grand Wagoneer I've had a lot of trouble finding help with maintenance problems.
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I was browsing Allpar and found this article about this being possibly the next small sized Dodge pick-up. They covered the vehicle up really good and others who had left comments believe it could actually be the Jeep Wagoneer. The rear bumper looks like its fake along with the rear lights, as...
on a FWD/crossover/minivan platform used for the next Chrysler minivan. The Dodge minivan will not live on....so the Durango can slide in there as a crossover and be built on the same lines as the Chrysler minivan. Keeps the Durango namesake living on.
I'm hoping to revive this topic and maybe get some vibe going around the new Waggy!
I currently own a Maserati Gran Turismo, a Jeep Grand Cherokee, a Durango R/T, and a 1991 jeep grand Wagoneer. Which makes me either a brand enthusiast and a potential smart customer, or just certifiable...