Unless you are a mechanic and enjoy to
get under the hood, do not buy. CV
Boots, electrical, water pump, AC and
front mirror all had to be
replaces/fixed. Costing a bunch as
well asthe headaches of taking it in
and not knowing if the mechanic is
screwing you over or not. I will never
buy a jeep again. Like the other guy,
Toyota is the next new car for me.
well I love my jeep but talk about
problems. I hd to wait 1 week for Jeep
to replace my fuel pump because they
were in such big demad... NOT GOOD and
for the trans it SUCKS problems after
problems. I am ready to look for
something more reliable. Please do
research before you purchase...
Our '96 Grand - ain't so! Differential
(went out!), A/C (wen't out), computer
under hood (fried!), transmission fluid
(leaking as we speak), wheel shimmy
(makes an exciting ride!) all THIS
within a year and 1/2 of owning this
Heap of Jeep! It's the proverbial MONEY
PIT! Looks GREAT - but, I don't even
trust it to run to the grocery store!!
If it weren't for a husband that's
mechanically inclined AND an extended
warranty - it would be GONE...
What's worse?? still paying on the
loan! Run - Run as fast as you can -
STEP AWAY FROM A JEEP!!!!!!
looks great inside and out.
I prefer to not feel like I am riding a
horse instead of "in" a vechicle!
I purchased this Jeep in California with 50,000 miles on it. Within the first six months it needed a new water pump, new exhaust manifold, new tires, etc, etc. Since buying this in 1999 I have had the transmission replaced 3 times! I am not a off roader or speed demon. I am a run of the mill guy who believes that purchasing this vehicle is a complete waste of money. WHEN ITS RUNNING, IT HAS A SMOOTH QUIET RIDE that anyone will enjoy. The two wheel drive model is useless in any type of snow or ice.
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