The Wagoneer was introduced in 1963 to replace the elderly station wagons. Partially side-lined in the Jeep range it was seen in its latter years as a 4x4 for elderly owner's, Jeep adding many convenience items of equipment to its specification. After the introduction of a Wagoneer version of the Cherokee in 1984 it became known as a Grand Wagoneer. When AMC bought the Jeep marque in the early 1970s they introduced a sporty two-door variant called the Cherokee and it was this model that did more than any other to uphold Jeep's credentials in the sport-utility segment of the 4x4 market. This is a book of contemporary road and comparison tests, technical and specification data, new model intro's, driver's impressions, travel. Models covered include:- 6 & 8-cyl. Wagoneer, Cherokee S, Cherokee Chief, Custom, Super Chief, Limited, Laredo, Grand Wagoneer.