Gateway Classic Cars of Houston is proud to present this 1989 Jeep
Grand Wagoneer. The Jeep Wagoneer is a luxury 4x4 produced and
marketed under Jeep under successive automakers from 1962 to 1991.
The 1989-1991 model years are considered the top of the breed due
to several upgrades. These include upgraded wood siding and
modernized aluminum alloy wheels that lost their gold-colored
inlays in favor of gunmetal grey metallic. Chrysler also introduced
an electrocoat primer for better rust proofing and all exterior
colors were now applied in a two-stage base-clearcoat system. With
Chrysler purchasing AMC in 1987, the 1988 models essentially a
match for their predecessors outside of a newly available sunroof,
and keyless entry, an overhead console with map lights, and a rear
wiper becoming minor additions to the equipment list in 1989. The
Pentastar would bring with it several improvements, such as
improved anti-corrosion measures, better overall assembly of the
vehicle, and the standardization of certain components that had
previously been sourced from a long list of car companies. This
upscale version of the Cherokee sported a carpeted interior, a
5.9-liter V8 engine that came standard, 3-speed Chrysler
TorqueFlite A727 automatic transmission and a Selec-Trac NP229
transfer case, wood-panel exterior, and a list price comparable to
a Corvette. 10,159 units of the 1989 Jeep Grand Wagoneer were built
for that year alone and 101,637 within its entire production
1989 Jeep Grand Wagoneer
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