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Wagoneer III black/black had just came off the truck still in plastic not PDIed yet however dealer allowed us to test drive it just before closing time my wife liked it had them run some numbers got what we felt was a good deal considering the state of the market and went back the following day to close the deal. They had another as well same equipment minus the rear entertainment and in white that was a reserved order that was going to be picked up the day after ours.
 

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This is all I have right now a since it’s at the detail shop being ceramic coated. As far as price we lease our vehicles so it’s a little different but you still basically get an agreed upon “sales price” and they did come off Msrp by $1400.We had got two other quotes one was outrageous one was acceptable but we figured it was a starting point we were actually on the way to that dealer when we spotted this one. When they ran the numbers they were basically the same as that dealer so we told them what we thought was a good deal which was $30 a month less and two minutes later they agreed. With all that said depreciation on this model is decent at 58% however lease rates are not that great right now even with perfect credit.
 

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Wagoneer III black/black had just came off the truck still in plastic not PDIed yet however dealer allowed us to test drive it just before closing time my wife liked it had them run some numbers got what we felt was a good deal considering the state of the market and went back the following day to close the deal. They had another as well same equipment minus the rear entertainment and in white that was a reserved order that was going to be picked up the day after ours.
Tell me it’s worth the wait! I ordered my series III two tone white and black in March and I’ve been in D1 status for a month! I’m growing weary! 😫
 

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Sorry to hear that I assume you’re talking Grand Wagoneer since it seems they are definitely being held back for some reason. As far as being worth the wait I can only speak for me it’s definitely the best looking American luxury SUV hands down, one drive around town and we’ve got thumbs up,waves and the best was 3 guys doing a 180 as we drove by. The ride is very nice and even with the 5.7 plenty of power.
 

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Yes we took delivery of the Wagoneer the day after we test drove it. As far as initial impressions the ride is very smooth power is good even with the 5.7. I have seen a few videos where people said about the Wagoneer being huge but coming from a Navigator to this I can say the Wagoneer feels smaller on the road but maybe it’s just me.
 

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Yes we took delivery of the Wagoneer the day after we test drove it. As far as initial impressions the ride is very smooth power is good even with the 5.7. I have seen a few videos where people said about the Wagoneer being huge but coming from a Navigator to this I can say the Wagoneer feels smaller on the road but maybe it’s just me.
Congratulations on picking up your Wagoneer @TK75! How does the interior and infotainment screen compare to the Navigator? What convinced you to switch?
 

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Our Navigator was a Black Label which is the top of the line for Lincoln so it was probably more inline with the Grand Wagoneer when it comes to interiors that being said the Wagoneer isn’t a disappointment by no means we gave up a few things we felt we could do without, rear console and massaging seats being the biggest however we didn’t have the rear entertainment in the Lincoln so that’s a plus. The infotainment is still up in the air as we are still getting used to it but should prove to be better just because the Navigator was still Sync3 which is now obsolete(most new Fords are Sync4). As for the reason we changed was basically a timing thing since our lease was up and the new Navigator isn’t due out until after the first of the year however Lincoln really didn’t change much for the new year so that kind of played a part as well.
 

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Sorry to hear that I assume you’re talking Grand Wagoneer since it seems they are definitely being held back for some reason. As far as being worth the wait I can only speak for me it’s definitely the best looking American luxury SUV hands down, one drive around town and we’ve got thumbs up,waves and the best was 3 guys doing a 180 as we drove by. The ride is very nice and even with the 5.7 plenty of power.
Major electrical/ battery issues. Owners are reporting dead batteries all over the country. UConnect is constantly disconnecting from phones, heated seat issue.. the list goes on. We took delivery less than a month ago and it's going in to service for the second time already.
 

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Yes we took delivery of the Wagoneer the day after we test drove it. As far as initial impressions the ride is very smooth power is good even with the 5.7. I have seen a few videos where people said about the Wagoneer being huge but coming from a Navigator to this I can say the Wagoneer feels smaller on the road but maybe it’s just me.
How's life with the Wagoneer now that you've had it a bit longer?
 

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Took delivery of SIII two weeks ago and the unit had multiple issues: headliner falling down; broken seat motor in second row; U-Connect/Apple CarPlay issues.

Dealer took vehicle back and replaced with Series I Grand Wagoneer that had similar U-Connect Apple CarPlay issues. Detroit dispatched a team of engineers to sleuth the issue and build a TSB. Dealer found another Series III and delivered last week.

So far - seamless. Took in today for a Safety Campaign (Y79); adjustment to the tailgate (trim pieces were misaligned); and a radio recalibration from an open STAR bulletin where users hear like "salt shaker" background noise when using Apple CarPlay. All three issues resolved in/out in less than an hour. Dealer (separate from where I purchased) continues to exceed expectations!

Stellantis has been wonderfully responsive and helped expedite the replacement after an 0-2 experience.

Looking forward to customizing (black badging) and making this the standout ute she was destined to be! ~Skip
 

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Dealer has the pics, still have to get them from him. Just over a month of ownership and over 3200 miles.
Took delivery of SIII two weeks ago and the unit had multiple issues: headliner falling down; broken seat motor in second row; U-Connect/Apple CarPlay issues.

Dealer took vehicle back and replaced with Series I Grand Wagoneer that had similar U-Connect Apple CarPlay issues. Detroit dispatched a team of engineers to sleuth the issue and build a TSB. Dealer found another Series III and delivered last week.

So far - seamless. Took in today for a Safety Campaign (Y79); adjustment to the tailgate (trim pieces were misaligned); and a radio recalibration from an open STAR bulletin where users hear like "salt shaker" background noise when using Apple CarPlay. All three issues resolved in/out in less than an hour. Dealer (separate from where I purchased) continues to exceed expectations!

Stellantis has been wonderfully responsive and helped expedite the replacement after an 0-2 experience.

Looking forward to customizing (black badging) and making this the standout ute she was destined to be! ~Skip
Glad to see that's the feedback so far with. What does everyone think about build quality?
 
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