Jeep Grand Wagoneer Car Shipping Estimates
The extremely popular Jeep Cherokee was a less luxurious model of the Jeep Grand Wagoneer, and thus the new addition to the market allowed consumers to obtain exactly the car for their needs and desires. The first Jeep Grand Wagoneers lingered in production to the fancy of consumers until the Jeep Grand Wagoneer took its place years later. The original Jeep Grand Wagoneer was a full-size, body-on-frame automobile that shared its design standards with the Jeep Gladiator pickup truck. Originally, it was offered in two and four-door body styles, while the two-door model was also available as a panel truck with windowless sides behind the doors and double "barn doors" in the rear. The less accepted two-door models were dropped in 1968. When AMC purchased Kaiser-Jeep in 1970, it was decided that the Jeep lineup would be upgraded, and from 1971 on, only AMC engines would be offered in the Wagoneer. The 2-door version was remarkably reintroduced in 1974 as the best selling Jeep Cherokee. The Jeep Grand Wagoneer, an early Sports Utility Vehicle, produced under varying marques from 1963 to 1991, was surprisingly popular. This is noteworthy because it existed in a competitive automotive industry. It was in production for more than 28 years with only minor mechanical changes. Making it innovative at the time were the overhead cam engine, independent front suspension (which was later discontinued), and the supplemental features unheard of in any other 4WD vehicle on the market. The Jeep Grand Wagoneer was the first true lavish 4×4 to be marketed; and it was welcomed alongside the models being offered from International Harvester and Land Rover – which were producing utilitarian work-oriented vehicles that were quite spartan and truck-like on the inside ' not exactly selling luxury! Based on the Jeep SJ platform, the Grand Wagoneer debuted seven years (24 years in the United States) before the Land Rover Range Rover.