New Jeep Lineup: What To Expect In 2022 

January 13, 2022

The ability of Jeep sport utility vehicles (SUV) to handle the most challenging terrain makes it an unbeatable choice for anyone who enjoys a genuine off-road experience. The Jeep brand has a variety of vehicles that cater to the varying needs of both the casual driver and the adventure enthusiast. Take a look at the lineup of 2022 Jeep models to see which one is right for you.

  • Wrangler

Jeep’s most iconic vehicle, the Jeep Wrangler, is tried and tested for off-road capabilities. Its rugged exterior provides solid protection, such as a hardtop that can withstand harsh weather conditions, a durable windshield, and a high-strength steel frame for crash protection. Flexibility also sets the Wrangler apart from other SUVs with the option of no doors or half doors for better visibility and open-air freedom.

On the other hand, the interior offers maximum comfort and intuitive technology. Heated front seats are available, as well as a heated steering wheel and exterior mirrors so you can ward off fog and ice build-up. Its Uconnect system with an 8.4-inch touchscreen helps you navigate and see upcoming obstacles.

The 2022 Wrangler will feature a new and improved windshield as an available upgrade. Although lightweight, it’ll be highly resistant to cracks and debris commonly encountered in off-road driving. Additional tech features are also in the works.

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  • Grand Cherokee

Now with a third row, the all-new Grand Cherokee L is highly favored for its long-wheelbase configuration and rich interior. Its capability is rarely matched in maneuverability, traction, articulation, ground clearance, and water fording. It also comes with 16-way power-adjustable seats with memory and massage for the driver and front passenger.

As part of its update for the 2022 model, the Grand Cherokee L will include even more tech features and paint options. It will also get a rear passenger screen similar to the one found in the Wagoneer. This new feature will be standard on the Summit Reserve, and it’ll also be available on other trims.

On the other hand, the Grand Cherokee has two rows, making it slightly shorter than the Grand Cherokee L. However, the 2022 Grand Cherokee has a newly sculpted exterior featuring a tapered roof for better aerodynamic performance.

As for the plug-in hybrid electric Grand Cherokee, also known as 4xe, the release of this planet-friendly alternative is scheduled sometime in the spring of 2022.

  • Grand Wagoneer

The Grand Wagoneer and Wagoneer slated for 2022 boast elegance, power, and functionality. Their high-end cabin features 12-way power-adjustable seats and individualized climate control.

The Wagoneer has the standard 5.7L V8 engine, while the Grand Wagoneer is equipped with the more powerful 6.4L V8 engine. Both engines deliver impressive performance, and their hybrid system helps keep the vehicle running smoothly.

The Grand Wagoneer and the Wagoneer are also very functional, with a maximum towing capacity of up to 10,000 pounds. With this, you can tow your toys and nearly everything else to your destination.

Multiple screens are prevalent in the cabin of these vehicles, which are equipped with the Uconnect 5 interface. With numerous features and an abundance of entertainment options, the Grand Wagoneer and the Wagoneer are sure to impress. Both of these cars also feature driver-assist features and superior safety features.

  • Renegade

The Renegade is a great entry point for anyone looking for a rugged alternative to the subcompact SUV market. It’s got plenty of room for passengers and a seven-slot grille that’s the most prominent in its segment.

In 2022, the Renegade family will continue to rely on its predecessor’s same 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine. It also features a dual-pane panoramic sunroof and a sporty yet sleek interior design. While the base Sport and Latitude models have an 8-inch touchscreen, the top-tier Limited gets a revamped grille and upgraded wheels.

  • Gladiator

The Gladiator, another strong contender in the 2022 Jeep lineup, is durable and capable of fearlessly traversing treacherous terrain.

It’s a great option if you’re looking for a Jeep vehicle with all the bells and whistles. The 2022 Gladiator is projected to pack more trimmings and technology. It’s even possible to remove its roof altogether and drive in the sun.

However, the newest Gladiator pickup truck will demand that you give up some comfort in exchange for style and utility. With its replaceable body panels and intrinsic propensity to play in the dirt, mud, and snow, not only can the Gladiator pull two tons, but it also has a cargo bed that adds another level to its capabilities.


The Jeep is ahead of the pack when it comes to off-road driving capabilities. This iconic brand was forged in the heat of battle, originally designed for the U.S. Army in the heat of World War II. Jeeps have been associated with freedom, adventure, and toughness, from the first model to the latest generation of 4×4 vehicles. It’s not just a brand; it’s the stuff of legends.