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HOWDY . . . from a NE Tennessee codger who has had a long affair with various jeeps. Started in the late '60's with a CJ-5 which was my introduction to weekend fun in a jeep. Still remember the cloth top which had gaps you could literally throw a cat through. The only amenity was a good heater, but you just could not heat the whole outdoors. On a cold day the drive to work was invigorating to say the least. Must have been tougher back then . . .;)

Recent jeeps include a 2018 Moab with literally all of the extras. Enjoyed owning it but then along comes the 2020 Gladiator and I had to give it a try. Have to say it's a solid vehicle and the Rubicon trim package makes it a tough little truck.

Now I find myself interested in the Wagoneer. Don't have an inclination to go looking for trouble in the mountains any more . . . probably related to approaching middle age. :)

So, I'm here to start my research on the 'net and learn all I can. Your help will be much appreciated.

Recent photos of latest jeeps . . .


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Welcome to the forum @ralphtt! Great looking Jeeps you've had. If you get a Wagoneer or Grand Wagoneer would you keep the Gladiator or trade it in?

Have you started looking at how you'd spec the Wagoneer/Grand Wagoneer?
 

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Liles . . . thanks for the response. I had almost decided no one was here . . . 5 days & no response ;)
I would keep the Gladiator if I got a decent trade offer. Let's face it . . . owning two upscale Jeeps could kinda' strain the pocketbook.
And, yes . . . I have compared the Wagoneer to the Grand Wagoneer and am leaning toward the Wagoneer. But, by the time you get the Wagoneer well equipped, it still approaches the Grand Wagoneer price. So, the jury is still out. Plenty of time to make that decision.
 

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SJ90 . . . Through the years I have owned a few Tahoes, a couple Yukons and one Denali. So I'm familiar with what's out there. I'm a trifle concerned about the Wagoneer 'cause it's so new on the market. A prudent buyer might wait 'til the bugs are ironed out. But, it worked out real well on the Gladiator so that might not be a legitimate concern. ;)
 
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