Over 322,000 miles (mostly highway)
and still going strong, on only its
3rd set of Michelin tires. Still
getting 22mpg. Has pulled large logs
and hauled up to 3,000 lb of rocks
without complaint. Has always felt
solid, secure, and reliable. Have
loved this vehicle - wish everyone
could own a car as good as my Cherokee
has been for me.
Solid, stable feel. Mechanical
reliability. Sit up high for good view
of road. Large cargo volume with rear
4-door would have been desirable.
Needs more durable clear coat finish.
I've got 112000 miles on my 2 door 4X4
and have had it in places goats
wouldn't go. Only the electric antenna
broke during the first 100K. I put
highway tires on after the first 80K (&
the original off road tires still have
plenty of tread left). The only
problem?. . . I can't hear on the cell
phone because of road noise. I owned a
280ZX turbo before my Jeep, and the
Jeep has been more fun to drive in more
places for more things, by far. I'm
ready for a sedan now, but I'll not
trade in the Jeep. It is good for at
least another 100K miles of hunting,
hauling and commuting.
I BOUGHT MY JEEP WHEN IT 67,000 MILES
ON IT. NOW, SEVEN YEARS LATER IT NOW
HAS OVER 145,000 AND I NEVER HAD ANY
PROBLEMS WITH IT. IT HAS NEVER BROKEN
DOWN AND IT HAS ALWAYS STARTED FOR ME.
THE MOST EXPENSIVE THING I HAD TO
REPLACE WAS NEW TIRES
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