2022 Jeep Wagoneer | Talking Cars Episode #346

2022 Jeep Wagoneer | Talking Cars Episode #346 1

The 2022 Jeep Wagoneer has joined our test fleet, and we share our first impressions. This large, three-row SUV has a lot to offer by way of its size, towing ability and creature comforts. We discuss its viability as a do-it-all family vehicle and debate whether the Jeep brand has enough cache to sway buyers from other popular SUVs. We also answer an audience question about the cost of EV registration fees and why they are higher than fees for gas-powered vehicles.

SHOW NOTES:
0:00 – 2022 Jeep Wagoneer First Impressions

11:48 – Question: Why are registration fees for EVs more expensive than for gas-powered vehicles?

LINKS:
Jeep Wagoneer:

First Drive: 2022 Jeep Grand Wagoneer Is the Automakers 6-Figure Flagship:

More States Hitting electric Vehicle Owners With High Fees, a Consumer Reports Analysis Shows:

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8 Comments on "2022 Jeep Wagoneer | Talking Cars Episode #346"

  1. Don’t panic America! If this Wagoneer is not big enough, a larger and heavier one is on the way.

  2. I had the chance to see this in person and my first impression was…”this thing looks like a Hurst!” Funeral homes will be please there’s a vehicle available instead of retrofitting on current modern. cars.

  3. Now that’s a Jeep! Nice.

  4. Can we make it simpler for homeowners to install charging stations for selling electricity to electric car owners? That would solve the charging limitations without having to have large investments by developers.

  5. Nathan Thornton | February 11, 2022 at 3:37 PM | Reply

    There appeared to be a LOT of empty real estate on the infotainment panel. The small display on such a large surface seems quite cheap, like the point you made about the interior quality not hitting the luxury mark it appears to be aiming for.

  6. Kelly’s friend is looking in the wrong segment. They’re not towing, but they are hauling kids and dogs—they need a Sienna. As someone who owns luxury cars and a Sienna, the Sienna is simply the best (non towing) 3 row on the market. Also has AWD. Double the fuel efficiency. Stop assuming you’ll impress your neighbors with this pointless land barge.

  7. Great for the 1%, woohooo! I’m not one, sigh.

  8. Very happy 👀😸😹

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