The Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer took home an award each at the inaugural Newsweek Auto Awards. The Wagoneer won for "Best Full-Size SUV" while the Grand Wagoneer won for "Best Luxury SUV".

Meanwhile Jeep won a brand award for "Best SUV Lineup".


The new-to-market Jeep Wagoneer builds on the solid foundations of Jeeps of the past, delivering a three-row SUV with plenty of cargo space and enough room in the third row for adults to comfortably sit for extended periods of time. Paired with Jeep's new refined interior design and high-quality materials, the Wagoneer's technology exceeds the offerings of its cousin, the Dodge Durango, in nearly every way at a price point that is more cost effective than its more glamorous stablemate, the Jeep Grand Wagoneer.


The 2022 Grand Wagoneer brings back to life a long-revered nameplate. With this SUV, Jeep goes further into luxury territory than ever before, equipping it with authentic materials, cutting-edge tech features and supple upholstery. It isn't just a pretty face. The Grand Wagoneer is capable of the type of off-roading that has made Jeep famous thanks to its available suspensions and stiff frame. Daily drivability doesn't suffer with these upgrades, making the Grand Wagoneer easily one of the best SUVs to spend hours in. With the Grand Wagoneer, Jeep is also giving customers a higher-level dealership shopping and service experience.


Over the last year, the Jeep lineup has been shaken up with new models, an improvement in quality and a new way of building vehicles. The company's SUV lineup now includes the Renegade, Compass, Cherokee, Wrangler, Grand Cherokee, Grand Cherokee L, Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer. Jeep is continuing to grow the lineup adding plug-in hybrid electric versions of its models and installing off-the-grid chargers at trailheads nationwide.