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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 10-16-2014, 03:51 PM Thread Starter
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The Grand Wagoneer vs. the Competition

The Grand Wagoneer is hoping to rival some of the nicest 7 seat SUVs on the market. Here are some of the models that the Grand Wagoneer will be going after. Feel free to add to the list, and also discuss how you think the Grand Wagoneer will measure up.

Audi Q7 (yet to be released)


BMW X7 (yet to be released)


Range Rover Evoque


Cadillac Escalade


Lincoln Navigator




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You're all over the map here. You can't throw Evoque and Escalade into the same segment. The size differences are MASSIVE.

Besides, Mike Manley has cited the Range Rover and the X5 as his two prime targets.

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Range Rover is just one premium SUV that Manley thinks could rival the Grand Wagoneer. Although you may not think the Jeep Grand Cherokee and BMW X5 compete over the same customers, the two are cross-shopped often, according to Manley. Likewise, he says Jeep and Range Rover have competed historically. "Some of that competition has not been so evident because either we’ve been through product portfolio changes or they have been through product portfolio changes. But they are the only other pure SUV brand in the world so they will always be competition," he said
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Evoque definitely has no place being here, it's not the range rover to compete in this segment, the correct one is the larger Ranger Rover, not this entry-level one.
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Well feel free to add to the list instead of just saying things are wrong. I was trying to pick out 7-seater SUVs.



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Well feel free to add to the list instead of just saying things are wrong. I was trying to pick out 7-seater SUVs.
Nice try but the Evoque isn't a 7-seater.

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Looking at that RR, it looks lower than i'd expect a production vehicle to me.



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not sure why it's like that
in other pictures i've seen and from what i have seen in person they ride a bit higher and level with the front and rear
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From what CarScoops has been saying recently, the entry-level Wagoneer will compete with the Chevrolet Tahoe and Ford Expedition while the loaded trim will rival the Cadillac Escalade, GMC Yukon Denali, and Lincoln Navigator.
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