I fell in love with this vehicle years
ago and thought I should buy one before
the Liberty took them away. Test drove
several (Limited only) and initialy
loved it. I located one online and
drove 400 miles to get it. Wish I
hadn't now. Purchesed with 32,000
miles. Rotors have gone bad, engine is
underpowered, 4x4 doesn't engage,
electric defrosts died and there is a
very un-nerving clunk in the rear upon
deceleration/ braking. Oh, the leather
interior is very cheap!
I love the slab-side body...that's
Quieter engine and more power. Low end
is great but high end HP is lacking
severely. It constently hunts for gears
on the freeway. More robust 4x4
engagement linkage and of course the
I was throughly impressed with the Jeep
Cherokee. I drive it all the time and
it rides so well. I recommend getting
the upgraded suspension cause it makes
a difference in the ride. It has plenty
of power and room. I am glad i got this
and not the Jeep Liberty. Liberty was
way too small, seems like they are
making all cars smaller.
It has great 4 wheel drive and is very
reliable. I also like the way the
seats are made, they are very
comfortable on long rides.
Should make more leg room and redesing
the exterior to a new style and not
loose the room.
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