2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee Sport 2WD 4dr SUV (4.0L 6cyl 4A)
I've not had any problems since my
last review. I have 39,000 miles on
it now and I've only changed brakes
once, at 33,000. Still my only gripe
is that the A/C is not cold enough for
the Texas heat. I still plan on
keeping it past my 7/100,000 warranty.
2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 4WD 4dr SUV (4.0L 6cyl 4A)
I bought this car with 19,000 miles and
have put close to 19 on it myself. I
have it serviced at the proper intervals
and have had no problems at all. Looks
like I will need my brake pads replaced
ssoon as they've recently been
squeaking (37 k miles). The MPG is
typical for a 4X4, but worse than my
two previous Ford Explorers. Great
sound system- I love the 10 disc
changer. Power is average. If you
crave power, you definitely need to get
the V-8. My only real complaint is the
A/C-- on really hot days it is terrible!
Have taken it off-roading and through
deep snow-- goes through it easily.
Very good ride on long trips.
2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 4WD 4dr SUV (4.0L 6cyl 4A)
My jeep has been well maint. to the
tune of $$. Although it has been
taken "care" of, it has been been
plagued by problems. Both bun warmers
and the computer console burned out,
the odometer developed bleedthrough on
the numbers (you could see mileage
when you had the trip meter on..) air
cond leak (somewhere), evap system
leak (somewhere).. IS ANYONE SEEING A
JEEP stands behind their product until
the magic 36K…then see ya. BEWARE--
do your homework BEFORE you purchase a
product which doesn't have any
Shame on JEEP.
Trade in value...at least there is
some pocket change to use for a down
payment on a Toyota Highlander.
Quality. Pride. Workmanship. If
Jeep wants to keep their customers,
they better build a reliable product.
I will never purchase another Jeep (I
have owned a jeep since 1989... the
old dogs were built better!) Too bad
Jeep is losing their loyal customers
to foreign auto makers...
2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland 4WD 4dr SUV (4.7L 8cyl 5A)
I will ditto most of the other comments made
on the Overland - but I would add this. Until
you have an incident - a sudden flood, child
darting from between cars, a person falling off
the curb in front of you, a driver running a red
light or making a totally un-natural turn in
front of you - you only see the Clark Kent side
of this Jeep. I have been amazed at how fast,
how nimble, how go-anywhere this Super Jeep
is when these things happen. I know mine has
saved three lives and thousand of dollars by
avoiding and circumventing accidents. This
SUV has earned my respect and love.
The full time 4WD - nothing like it on water or
ice - constant control.
The Brakes - you can stop with control on the
edge of a dime.
My personal comfort favorite is the seat
Need more space for all the stuff that drivers
pickup - storage space for notebooks, cups,
candy bars, etc. is really limited.