1966 – 1969 Super Wagoneer

1966 – 1969 Super Wagoneer

Look! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s…it’s…the versatile and rugged 4×4 with premium, luxury sedan comfort…the 1966 Jeep Super Wagoneer!







For some people, features such as air conditioning, power tailgate, power brakes, and a seven-position tilt steering wheel might seem pedestrian. And they are, to a certain extent, nowadays. But those who’ve been around the block a little longer can remember just how new – and prestigious – those features were when the 1966 Jeep Super Wagoneer was introduced.

The Super Wagoneer was elegant, and its luxury features pointed to the future of the sport utility market. The MSRP of almost twice that of the base Wagoneer was justified, with standard features including:



  • Air conditioning
  • Power tailgate
  • Power brakes
  • Power steering
  • Seven-position tilt steering wheel
  • Tinted windows
  • Three-tone body striping
  • Vinyl roof
  • Padded vinyl roof with chrome roof-rack
  • Full wheel hubcaps
  • White-walled tires
  • 327-cubic-inch “Vigilante” four-barrel V8 engine (270 hp)
  • Console-shifted TH400 Turbo Hydra-Matic automatic transmission



Production of the Super Wagoneer ended in 1969, and in total it is believed that 3,989 Super Wagoneers were produced