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G'day guys. Nicholas here, or "Dublin" in this case. Owned 3 Jeep Grand Cherokees since 92', my most recent and in possession of now is an 06'. Nothing special at all and far from luxury, as they've always been. But that being said, they perform darn well in the Winter, I'll give them that.

But now I want a pinch more luxury and some capability so the V6 AWD seems like the best option. Also helps that the Atlas looks like a quarter-back in a darn suit. Buff and classy at the same time.
 

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Welcome to the forum.

Always wanted to go the Cherokee route but the level of luxury in my Lexus LX makes it that much harder to pull away and now with the Atlas coming on the scene and further changes over at Lexus... Cherokee dreams are being put off even more.

Although I have heard about an upcoming Jeep Grand Wagonner, have you heard about it?
 

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I heard there was to be two levels of it.. so the Grand Wagoneer and a "cheaper" Wagoneer. Don't know too much info on it though, do you know anything on them ??
 

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Heard that the Grand Wagoneer was supposed to be in the $140k range so that alone was enough for me to not really care about it. No point worrying about something I won't be buying.
 

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Heard that the Grand Wagoneer was supposed to be in the $140k range so that alone was enough for me to not really care about it. No point worrying about something I won't be buying.
that has to be a rumor because there's no way a brand like Jeep can jump from whats their currently most expensive SUV starting around $60k to a product that doubles it and more. but if you can provide some insight then go ahead.
 

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Holy moly that's a heck of a lot of money for a Jeep. They're really going to have to step out of their element and offer something bounds above what they have no to try and justify that kind of price, that's a for sure. I can't see them pulling that off at all.
 
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