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Jeep is increasing the price of the Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer by $850, according to dealer guides cited by Cars Direct. This takes the least expensive Wagoneer to $68,845 (before the $2,000 destination charge). Meanwhile, the luxury-focused Grand Wagoneer is $87,845.

Cars Direct notes that there are no incentives currently available for the Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer. It notes that the Wagoneer has strong residual values that might make leasing one a good option.

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Jeep Has Already Raised Wagoneer, Grand Wagoneer Prices (motor1.com)
 

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Lots of price increases to come across most vehicles, I’d expect. First we saw the incentives drop. Next ripple will be from increased material costs.

Eventually supply will come back and prices may soften (or incentives increase).
 

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We just bought a Grand Cherokee Limited L a couple of weeks ago. Most dealers were marking them up over MSRP, one of them by $6,000. We got our for $500 off MSRP, not a lot but they gave us quite a bit for our 2015 Durango. No haggle dealership with fair pricing. Hoblit Dodge, Jeep and Ram in Woodland California.
 

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They need to make up for losses in sales due to covid...
 
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