I bought my Cherokee with 37k miles on
it and it now has about 52k miles.
Since purchasing it, I've had to
replace: cracked exhaust manifold, rear
hatch, exhaust hanger, window controls
on the passenger side, serpentine belt,
the fuel filler, the transfer case, and
the injectors were overly covered in
carbon (so said the dealer). I also
have a vibration in the front end
between 65-75 MPH that two different
Jeep dealers have not been able to
figure out. Other than the consistant
problems and low low low gas mileage, I
dig my Jeep. I wouldn't suggest a
Cherokee to anyone, but I wouldn't turn
you away from one either. Buyer beware
That inline six lowend torque - good
for jetting around city streets. Good
visibility all around, makes for easy
parallel parking. Offroad prowess.
Mechanics who actually know the
vehicle. Parts that last. Better gas
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