.When I purchased my jeep, it had 7
miles. I now have 267,000 actual
miles. This Cherokee has never
needed any engine or transmission
work. However, I have had to replace
the following: rotors 60k, radiator/
water pump 230k(I did not flush it
enough), front washer motor 150k,
power steering pump 170k,
alternator 180k, ignition/steering
column problems 265k. Also, expect
to have to replace the rubber mat that
protects the underside of the engine.
I think anyone would agree these
numbers are impressive. I am very
pleased that I chose a cherokee, it
has been relatively inexpensive to
I like the high ground clearance and
4x4 capabilities. The front seats are
comfortable. The inline six engine is
a proven legend when it comes to
power and reliability. The regular old
cherokee has a classic body style
that cannot be found elsewhere.
Scrap the Liberty! Many of us loved
the Cherokee. All Jeep had to do
was keep refining this classic.
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