At Suresky Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, we're pleased that the new Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer are available in Goshen. Jeep has brought back these two iconic models, and in their return to the Middletown market, they've gotten quite the upgrade. These trims are upscale and elegant while also capable and ready for any kind of adventure across Monticello. They have three rows of seating, making them attractive to Newburgh families who need a lot of interior space.

These two models have a lot in common. They have the same body, so any numbers related to legroom or cargo volume are going to be identical when comparing the two models. So, how do they differ?

The Grand Wagoneer is slightly more powerful than its counterpart, and it's a lot more regal on the streets of Warwick. While the Wagoneer looks great from the exterior, the Grand Wagoneer has even more to appreciate, such as premium LED lighting, a special grille, and chrome accents. Inside its cabin, the Grand Wagoneer has more luxurious materials, such as high-quality leather upholstery and genuine wood trim for an elegant commute across Monroe.

Further, the Grand Wagoneer has adaptive air suspension, retractable running boards, a premium sound system, and a head-up display. Some of those features are available on the Wagoneer if you're interested.

Another difference is that the Wagoneer starts out with a bench seat in its middle row. On the Grand Wagoneer, having captain's chairs is the standard configuration.

The reality is that both of these three-row SUVs shine in so many ways. The Grand Wagoneer is the more sophisticated model out of the two, but the Wagoneer has many benefits. If you need help figuring out which one might be better for you, we'd recommend coming down to our dealership so that you can see them in person.

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