Revival of the Jeep Wagoneer
There have been a lot of rumors swirling around the highly anticipated revival of the Jeep Wagoneer model. Part of the fascination with this vehicle is due to the mystery that surrounds it. We haven’t really been told anything definitive about it. In fact, they haven’t even shown us a concept model yet. However, recently Jeep’s CEO Mike Manley has been talking more and more about the Wagoneer, which has created a lot of excitement within the Jeep community. We do our best to stay current in the auto industry here at Dave Syverson Auto Center Albert Lea MN and like to share important news with you as soon as we get it. So here is everything that we know so far about the Jeep Wagoneer.
The Wagoneer was a popular Jeep model that was sold from 1963 until 1991. This historic models 28-year production run was actually the third longest in United States automotive history. Manley is attempting to re-invent the Jeep brand and breath new life into it. The revival of the iconic Wagoneer model will play a role in that re-invention process.
According to Manley, we can expect the all-new Jeep Wagoneer to be released sometime in 2015. Interestingly enough, it is also being designed to compete against premium, luxury SUVs by automakers like BMW and Range Rover. This means that the Wagoneer will most likely be Jeeps most luxurious model by far when it is released. Manley also claimed that this vehicle will be sold for a premium price. He has no doubt that the right type of buyers will have no issue shelling out $65,000 to $100,000 for a premier luxury model.
That is all the definitive information that is available at this time, but you can be sure that all of us here at Dave Syverson Auto Center Albert Lea MN will be continuing to watch for new information pertaining to this model and will update you on it as we receive it.
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