The Jeep Wagoneer is a sport utility vehicle (SUV) marque of Jeep vehicles, with several models marketed for the 1963 to 1993 model years. The name “Wagoneer” comes from the station wagon style rear end later known as the SUV body style.
Various versions of the Wagoneer were manufactured in the US and other nations by Kaiser Motors (1962−1971), then American Motors (1971−1987), and lastly by Chrysler (1987−1993). Wagoneer was a model built by Jeep.
A revival of the Jeep Wagoneer is expected to debut in early 2020 as a 2021 model.
1963–1991: The original full-size SUV-style design. (named “Grand Wagoneer” 1984–1991)
1983–1990: The Jeep Wagoneer model of the compact-size SUV.
1993: The Jeep Wagoneer model of the mid-size SUV
- "New Jeep Wagoneer Caught Hungry For 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe, GMC Yukon" from GM Authority (December 5, 2019)
|Compact SUV||Jeepster (VJ)||Jeepster Commando||Commando|
|SUV||Willys Jeep Station Wagon||Cherokee (SJ)|
|Compact pickup||Jeepster Commando||Commando|
|Full-size pickup||Willys Jeep Truck|
|CJ-7||Wrangler (YJ)||Wrangler (TJ)||Wrangler (JK)||Wrangler (JL)|
|Wrangler Unlimited (LJ)||Wrangler Unlimited (JKU)||Wrangler Unlimited (JLU)|
|Subcompact crossover||Renegade (BU)|
|Compact crossover||Compass (MK49)||Compass (MP)|
|Compact SUV||Cherokee/Wagoneer (XJ)||Liberty/Cherokee (KJ)||Liberty/Cherokee (KK)|
|Mid-size crossover||Grand Commander|
|Mid-size SUV||Grand Cherokee/Grand Wagoneer (ZJ)||Grand Cherokee (WJ)||Grand Cherokee (WK)||Grand Cherokee (WK2)|
|Full-size SUV||Cherokee (SJ)|
|Wagoneer/Grand Wagoneer (SJ)|
|Compact pickup||CJ-8 (Scrambler)||Comanche (MJ)|
|Midsize pickup||CJ-10||Gladiator (JT)|
|Legend||Vehicle availablity limited to China|