It's been 4 years since new, it had
some good times, had alot of bad. At
about 20k mile, driveshaft fell off
resulting in two weeks in the shop. At
about 50k miles, speedometer gained a
mine of its own, spent 3 days in the
shop and $300 for a new computer.
Currently and for the third time, oil
pressure gauge is not functioning
correctly. Will be visiting the
dealership for the 7th time in 6
months. Jeep gets about 14 mpg, very
poor. Currently, the Jeep is at 57k
The 4.0L does the job well. Command-
Trac 4WD is poor on the streets but
great off-roading and deep snow. Trak-
lok differential offers excellent
traction in 2WD.
Can really take a beating off-road.
4.0L engine offers decent acceleration
at low speeds when needed. Easy to
manuever into small spaces and parking
lots. Handles well for a SUV that can
really off-road. Low-range is great for
those really sticky situations.
My Jeep cannot accomodate 30" tires
unless I get a lift, what is up with
that. All Jeeps should come standard
with 30" tires to begin with. The car
is not reliable and I suggest Chrysler
to take some tips from Japan in
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