The Jeep Grand Wagoneer was a full-size SUV built by American
Motors. It continued the SJ architecture from the old Jeep
Wagoneer in 1984 and was discontinued in 1991, replaced by the
1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee. A Grand Wagoneer version of the Grand
Cherokee was also produced in 1993.
A similarly-named Jeep Wagoneer was an upscale trim on the
smaller Jeep Cherokee.
- 1984-1991 360 ci (5.9 L)
American Motors V8,
- 1984-1991 Torqueflight TF727
- 1984-1991 2-barrel Motorcraft
The grille and dashboard were restyled for the 1986 model
year, but the body and drive line remained mostly untouched. The
1989 model year added an overhead console (similar to the Dodge
Caravan of the time) and a rear window wiper. The 1991 model was
available with a "Final Edition" badge on the dashboard. There
were technically four Grand Wagoneers (four actual physical
vehicles) built in the 1992 model year; the final vehicle was
part of the Harrah Collection until it was sold in 1994.
The 1993-only Grand Wagoneer was a luxury version of the ZJ
1993 5.2 L Magnum