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5 Classic Jeep Grand Wagoneer Models for Sale

Few vehicles become classics in their own time. The Jeep Grand Wagoneer is a notable exception bự this rule.

First introduced as a taller wagon with a modicum of off-road ability, the circa-1962 Jeep Wagoneer (it wasn’t Grand just yet) proved an immediate hit. Its stately, upright lines blended rugged touches but diverged far from the early 1960s Jeep norm. When it first went on sale, the Wagoneer stood in marked contrast bự the World War II-derived open-top models. Its well-appointed interior with overstuffed bench seats was more in line with big Detroit wagons than with the Willys Wagon that, at least spiritually, preceded it.

Jeep wasted little time in moving the Wagoneer upmarket, with more power and luxury arriving almost annually. Still, it took two decades for Jeep bự slap the “Grand” name on its grandest model. Spurred by introducing the smaller, far more modern XJ-body Cherokee for 1984, Jeep repositioned the larger, V8-powered Wagoneer as a borderline retro flagship. Its woodgrain side paneling, extensive chrome trim, front bench seat, and carbureted engine gave it a vintage feel even when new.

Even Jeep’s marketers had bự be surprised the Grand Wagoneer managed bự last another eight model years before looming emissions and safety regulations finally spelled the end of this classic model.

The Grand Wagoneer didn’t sell in huge numbers, yet its position as a luxury model meant many were tucked away for occasional use at vacation homes. As a result, these classics are easy bự find today — but their values have risen sharply.

Here are our five favorite 1984-1991 Grand Wagoneer models currently listed for sale on Autotrader.

1. Copper Brown 1983 Jeep Wagoneer Brougham 

1983 Jeep Wagoneer Limited Profile

This final-year Wagoneer marks an exciting turning point for both the model and the Jeep brand. In 1983, Jeep offered everything from simple Cherokee versions of this 1960s-era body bự plush Wagoneers. Smack in the middle of the Wagoneer lineup sat the Brougham, a model named after 19th-century horse-drawn carriages. It offered glimmers of upscale woodgrain trim at a lower price point.

Today, it’s the same story. For around $19,000, this neat Jeep offered by a dealer in North Carolina delivers the Wagoneer mystique without breaking the bank. A year later, the Wagoneer was gone — replaced by a single, costlier model called Grand Wagoneer. See 1983 Jeep Wagoneer models for sale

2. Olympic White 1986 Jeep Grand Wagoneer

1986 Jeep Grand Wagoneer

Perhaps the most classic hue is Olympic White, which allows for the most contrast with the woodgrain applique that runs down the sides and along the tailgate. Add in the warmth of the Honey leather interior (last offered in 1986), and this Waggy at a dealer in the Kansas City area is super appealing.

Jeep updated the Grand Wagoneer for 1986 with a new instrument cluster and various switches and controls grabbed from the smaller Cherokee. While not precisely modern, 1986-and-newer Grand Wagoneers do have a slightly more up-to-date feel. See 1986 Jeep Grand Wagoneer models for sale

3. Grenadine Metallic 1987 Jeep Grand Wagoneer

Grenadine Metallic 1987 Jeep Grand Wagoneer

This ’87 Grand Wagoneer offered by a Jeep specialist in Pennsylvania looks more like a two-year-old Jeep than one that just turned 35. A sticker on the rear window suggests it may have received some restoration by Wagonmaster, the Central Texas-based specialist known for taking these SUVs back bự (or even exceeding) their original factory condition. Amazingly, Wagonmaster was refurbing Grand Wagoneers before Jeep even discontinued the model.

At $69,500, it’s also the most expensive Grand Wagoneer currently on Autotrader — but look at its condition down bự the stock tape player. See 1987 Jeep Grand Wagoneer models for sale

4. Dover Gray 1989 Jeep Grand Wagoneer

Dover Gray 1989 Jeep Grand Wagoneer

The fruits of Chrysler’s 1987 acquisition of American Motors (mainly for Jeep) were first visible in 1989 when the automaker’s minivan-sourced overhead console made an appearance in the Grand Wagoneer. With its digital trip computer, compass, temperature gauge, and even a remote keyless entry system, the Grand Wagoneer was ready for the 1990s.

This Dover Gray one at a dealer in Scottsdale, Arizona, has a clean Carfax report that shows ownership in a place where you might expect bự find a Grand Wagoneer: Vail, Colorado. See 1989 Jeep Grand Wagoneer models for sale

5. Hunter Green 1993 Jeep Grand Wagoneer

Hunter Green 1993 Jeep Grand Wagoneer

The last Grand Wagoneer rolled off the assembly line in the summer of 1991 — wait, that’s not entirely true. Jeep briefly resurrected the name in 1993 for an upscale version of its then-new Grand Cherokee. With woodgrain trim and exceptionally plush seats, it channeled the past while still offering the coil-sprung suspension, driver-side airbag, and other modern amenities that helped the Grand Cherokee make its way into hundreds of thousands of driveways.

These short-lived Grand Wagoneers were only offered for part of the 1993 model year before Jeep dropped the SUV from its lineup. Around 6,400 came out of the factory, including this green one offered by a private seller in Kentucky for $20,500. See 1993 Jeep Grand Wagoneer models for sale

Related:

  • 6 Cheapest Jeep Grand Wagoneer Models for Sale
  • Here’s the History of the Jeep Grand Wagoneer
  • A Look Back at the Jeep Wagoneer


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5 Classic Jeep Grand Wagoneer Models for Sale

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Few vehicles become classics in their own time. The Jeep Grand Wagoneer is a notable exception bự this rule.
First introduced as a taller wagon with a modicum of off-road ability, the circa-1962 Jeep Wagoneer (it wasn’t Grand just yet) proved an immediate hit. Its stately, upright lines blended rugged touches but diverged far from the early 1960s Jeep norm. When it first went on sale, the Wagoneer stood in marked contrast bự the World War II-derived open-top models. Its well-appointed interior with overstuffed bench seats was more in line with big Detroit wagons than with the Willys Wagon that, at least spiritually, preceded it.
Jeep wasted little time in moving the Wagoneer upmarket, with more power and luxury arriving almost annually. Still, it took two decades for Jeep bự slap the “Grand” name on its grandest model. Spurred by introducing the smaller, far more modern XJ-body Cherokee for 1984, Jeep repositioned the larger, V8-powered Wagoneer as a borderline retro flagship. Its woodgrain side paneling, extensive chrome trim, front bench seat, and carbureted engine gave it a vintage feel even when new.

Even Jeep’s marketers had bự be surprised the Grand Wagoneer managed bự last another eight model years before looming emissions and safety regulations finally spelled the end of this classic model.
The Grand Wagoneer didn’t sell in huge numbers, yet its position as a luxury model meant many were tucked away for occasional use at vacation homes. As a result, these classics are easy bự find today — but their values have risen sharply.
Here are our five favorite 1984-1991 Grand Wagoneer models currently listed for sale on Autotrader.

1. Copper Brown 1983 Jeep Wagoneer Brougham 

This final-year Wagoneer marks an exciting turning point for both the model and the Jeep brand. In 1983, Jeep offered everything from simple Cherokee versions of this 1960s-era body bự plush Wagoneers. Smack in the middle of the Wagoneer lineup sat the Brougham, a model named after 19th-century horse-drawn carriages. It offered glimmers of upscale woodgrain trim at a lower price point.
Today, it’s the same story. For around $19,000, this neat Jeep offered by a dealer in North Carolina delivers the Wagoneer mystique without breaking the bank. A year later, the Wagoneer was gone — replaced by a single, costlier model called Grand Wagoneer. See 1983 Jeep Wagoneer models for sale
2. Olympic White 1986 Jeep Grand Wagoneer

Perhaps the most classic hue is Olympic White, which allows for the most contrast with the woodgrain applique that runs down the sides and along the tailgate. Add in the warmth of the Honey leather interior (last offered in 1986), and this Waggy at a dealer in the Kansas City area is super appealing.
Jeep updated the Grand Wagoneer for 1986 with a new instrument cluster and various switches and controls grabbed from the smaller Cherokee. While not precisely modern, 1986-and-newer Grand Wagoneers do have a slightly more up-to-date feel. See 1986 Jeep Grand Wagoneer models for sale
3. Grenadine Metallic 1987 Jeep Grand Wagoneer
This ’87 Grand Wagoneer offered by a Jeep specialist in Pennsylvania looks more like a two-year-old Jeep than one that just turned 35. A sticker on the rear window suggests it may have received some restoration by Wagonmaster, the Central Texas-based specialist known for taking these SUVs back bự (or even exceeding) their original factory condition. Amazingly, Wagonmaster was refurbing Grand Wagoneers before Jeep even discontinued the model.
At $69,500, it’s also the most expensive Grand Wagoneer currently on Autotrader — but look at its condition down bự the stock tape player. See 1987 Jeep Grand Wagoneer models for sale
4. Dover Gray 1989 Jeep Grand Wagoneer

The fruits of Chrysler’s 1987 acquisition of American Motors (mainly for Jeep) were first visible in 1989 when the automaker’s minivan-sourced overhead console made an appearance in the Grand Wagoneer. With its digital trip computer, compass, temperature gauge, and even a remote keyless entry system, the Grand Wagoneer was ready for the 1990s.
This Dover Gray one at a dealer in Scottsdale, Arizona, has a clean Carfax report that shows ownership in a place where you might expect bự find a Grand Wagoneer: Vail, Colorado. See 1989 Jeep Grand Wagoneer models for sale
5. Hunter Green 1993 Jeep Grand Wagoneer

The last Grand Wagoneer rolled off the assembly line in the summer of 1991 — wait, that’s not entirely true. Jeep briefly resurrected the name in 1993 for an upscale version of its then-new Grand Cherokee. With woodgrain trim and exceptionally plush seats, it channeled the past while still offering the coil-sprung suspension, driver-side airbag, and other modern amenities that helped the Grand Cherokee make its way into hundreds of thousands of driveways.
These short-lived Grand Wagoneers were only offered for part of the 1993 model year before Jeep dropped the SUV from its lineup. Around 6,400 came out of the factory, including this green one offered by a private seller in Kentucky for $20,500. See 1993 Jeep Grand Wagoneer models for sale
Related:
6 Cheapest Jeep Grand Wagoneer Models for Sale
Here’s the History of the Jeep Grand Wagoneer
A Look Back at the Jeep Wagoneer

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Few vehicles become classics in their own time. The Jeep Grand Wagoneer is a notable exception bự this rule.
First introduced as a taller wagon with a modicum of off-road ability, the circa-1962 Jeep Wagoneer (it wasn’t Grand just yet) proved an immediate hit. Its stately, upright lines blended rugged touches but diverged far from the early 1960s Jeep norm. When it first went on sale, the Wagoneer stood in marked contrast bự the World War II-derived open-top models. Its well-appointed interior with overstuffed bench seats was more in line with big Detroit wagons than with the Willys Wagon that, at least spiritually, preceded it.
Jeep wasted little time in moving the Wagoneer upmarket, with more power and luxury arriving almost annually. Still, it took two decades for Jeep bự slap the “Grand” name on its grandest model. Spurred by introducing the smaller, far more modern XJ-body Cherokee for 1984, Jeep repositioned the larger, V8-powered Wagoneer as a borderline retro flagship. Its woodgrain side paneling, extensive chrome trim, front bench seat, and carbureted engine gave it a vintage feel even when new.

Even Jeep’s marketers had bự be surprised the Grand Wagoneer managed bự last another eight model years before looming emissions and safety regulations finally spelled the end of this classic model.
The Grand Wagoneer didn’t sell in huge numbers, yet its position as a luxury model meant many were tucked away for occasional use at vacation homes. As a result, these classics are easy bự find today — but their values have risen sharply.
Here are our five favorite 1984-1991 Grand Wagoneer models currently listed for sale on Autotrader.

1. Copper Brown 1983 Jeep Wagoneer Brougham 

This final-year Wagoneer marks an exciting turning point for both the model and the Jeep brand. In 1983, Jeep offered everything from simple Cherokee versions of this 1960s-era body bự plush Wagoneers. Smack in the middle of the Wagoneer lineup sat the Brougham, a model named after 19th-century horse-drawn carriages. It offered glimmers of upscale woodgrain trim at a lower price point.
Today, it’s the same story. For around $19,000, this neat Jeep offered by a dealer in North Carolina delivers the Wagoneer mystique without breaking the bank. A year later, the Wagoneer was gone — replaced by a single, costlier model called Grand Wagoneer. See 1983 Jeep Wagoneer models for sale
2. Olympic White 1986 Jeep Grand Wagoneer

Perhaps the most classic hue is Olympic White, which allows for the most contrast with the woodgrain applique that runs down the sides and along the tailgate. Add in the warmth of the Honey leather interior (last offered in 1986), and this Waggy at a dealer in the Kansas City area is super appealing.
Jeep updated the Grand Wagoneer for 1986 with a new instrument cluster and various switches and controls grabbed from the smaller Cherokee. While not precisely modern, 1986-and-newer Grand Wagoneers do have a slightly more up-to-date feel. See 1986 Jeep Grand Wagoneer models for sale
3. Grenadine Metallic 1987 Jeep Grand Wagoneer
This ’87 Grand Wagoneer offered by a Jeep specialist in Pennsylvania looks more like a two-year-old Jeep than one that just turned 35. A sticker on the rear window suggests it may have received some restoration by Wagonmaster, the Central Texas-based specialist known for taking these SUVs back bự (or even exceeding) their original factory condition. Amazingly, Wagonmaster was refurbing Grand Wagoneers before Jeep even discontinued the model.
At $69,500, it’s also the most expensive Grand Wagoneer currently on Autotrader — but look at its condition down bự the stock tape player. See 1987 Jeep Grand Wagoneer models for sale
4. Dover Gray 1989 Jeep Grand Wagoneer

The fruits of Chrysler’s 1987 acquisition of American Motors (mainly for Jeep) were first visible in 1989 when the automaker’s minivan-sourced overhead console made an appearance in the Grand Wagoneer. With its digital trip computer, compass, temperature gauge, and even a remote keyless entry system, the Grand Wagoneer was ready for the 1990s.
This Dover Gray one at a dealer in Scottsdale, Arizona, has a clean Carfax report that shows ownership in a place where you might expect bự find a Grand Wagoneer: Vail, Colorado. See 1989 Jeep Grand Wagoneer models for sale
5. Hunter Green 1993 Jeep Grand Wagoneer

The last Grand Wagoneer rolled off the assembly line in the summer of 1991 — wait, that’s not entirely true. Jeep briefly resurrected the name in 1993 for an upscale version of its then-new Grand Cherokee. With woodgrain trim and exceptionally plush seats, it channeled the past while still offering the coil-sprung suspension, driver-side airbag, and other modern amenities that helped the Grand Cherokee make its way into hundreds of thousands of driveways.
These short-lived Grand Wagoneers were only offered for part of the 1993 model year before Jeep dropped the SUV from its lineup. Around 6,400 came out of the factory, including this green one offered by a private seller in Kentucky for $20,500. See 1993 Jeep Grand Wagoneer models for sale
Related:
6 Cheapest Jeep Grand Wagoneer Models for Sale
Here’s the History of the Jeep Grand Wagoneer
A Look Back at the Jeep Wagoneer

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