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Wagoneer, Trackhawk approved

by David Zatz on

Long ago, Chrysler and FCA requested trademarks for the Grand Wagoneer and Trackhawk names; they already appear to own just-plain-Wagoneer, at least for ordinary cars (not RVs).

2019 Jeep Wagoneer

Now, according to an Allpar source, both projects have finally been green-lighted. Wagoneer has already appeared on investor-show long-term plans, but it seems that the company had not decided what, specifically, it would be.

There are choices: a custom body, a Durango with a Grand Cherokee suspension, a lengthened-beyond-Durango Grand Cherokee, even just an extremely plush Grand Cherokee. That’s not even including the Ram options — just as the Jeep Rescue concept was based on a Ram, the company could up-fit the Dodge Power Wagon to create a serious Jeep Wagoneer.

As for the Trackhawk, rumor still has it containing a somewhat downtuned Hellcat engine, but it could also simply be a new name for the current Grand Cherokee SRT.


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