I have had good luck with my Cherokee.
No problems other than routine
maitenance. If you are into the
outdoors this is a great vehicle. I
have gone through things I wouldn't
dare with other vehicles. And the
Cherokee is just the perfect size;
you're able to haul stuff with the back
seat taken out but can also manuever
around downtown easily unlike some
ruggedness. The Cherokee can really
take on any off-road environment (snow,
water, mud, etc). It is a very
economical do-anything type of
The Cherokee is more off-road in nature
than on. The ride is rougher than
other vehicles and you will need to do
more routine maintenance to keep the
vehicle running in top shape. Nature
of the beast I suppose. Backseat is
not meant for large humans.
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