2001 Jeep Cherokee Consumer Review: Rotors, Rotors, Rotors
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2001 Jeep Cherokee SUV - Consumer Review

2001 Jeep Cherokee SUV

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Rotors, Rotors, Rotors
By Rich F. on

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2001 Jeep Cherokee Sport 4WD 4dr SUV (4.0L 6cyl 5M)

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I purchase my Jeep Cherokee Sport 4WD
new back in July of 2001. I did enjoy
driving it and it was my first Cherokee
after owning 4 Grand Cherokees. I
switched to the Cherokee after having
numerous problems with the Grand
Cherokees. In the end, the one problem
that still persisted with the Cherokee
was that the rotors warped
approximately every 12,000-15,000 when
they were just out of warranty. I have
heard that the newer Jeep have a better
brake design but I was not willing to
try another one at this time. I just
purchased a new 2004 Toyota 4Runner SR5
and I am much more impressed with the
build quality when compared to the
Jeeps.

Best Features

Simplicity in Design, No Frills just what you need in a classic SUV

Worst Features

Fix those Rotors once and for all.
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