I bought it from a private owner. It has approximately 130,000 miles. Drives well. It does not have very good mpg. As it is a v8. I have put brakes on it and new a. C. I feel it is a reliable vehicle, but with the unsure gas prices, it is scary.
The sound system is excellant. the wheels are top-notch. also has a sunroof. lots of power. plus, power everything.
Do have or have had problems with the computer system. It tells you something is wrong and it isn't.
Bought last year @148,000 mi. It's a play vehicle and gets about 5000 mi. A year. Have spent money on it from day one. Staring off just trying to make everything perfect. Then I started getting a rear bear nosie. Replaced all rear end bearings. The Carrier bearing was the only one pitted. That didn't fix the the problem. Right rear axle was pitted changed it. That fixed the bearing noise. Then I got a vibration @1600 rpm and on deceleration. Changed u-joints (a waste of $). From what I've read sounds like this is a Major problem that is very hard to trouble shoot (even at a dealer. Don't want to spend any more $ on it. I'm torn between spending and just selling it. I love to drive it but the vibration.
I've had this Jeep for 3 1/2yrs and had
no problems. I have it serviced
regularly and change oil religiously.
I've had other Jeeps and definately
recommend the 5.2L engine. It seems
smoother, has more get up and go and
pulls a trailer much better.
The interior is comfortable and loaded
with options. Great for trailering.
Brakes - They seem to go through the
brakes. Also, on both of my Jeep's,
the lower side panels seem to get a lot
of dings from the tires kicking stuff
up. Improved ride - They ride a little