2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 4WD 4dr SUV (4.0L 6cyl 4A)
First trans went at about 90,000, second at 135,000. Also, it is no longer a 4wd until i put another 1,000 into it bringing the grand total of mechanical repairs i needed to make on this vehicle close to 7,000 or slightly half of what i paid for the car in the first place. Wouldn't recommend another jeep, looking at other cars now none of which are a jeep because I'm afraid I'll get burned again.
Favorite feature is the exterior. The inside is fairly plain which isn't a good or bad thing. Also, when the 4wd was working there wasn't a better car in the snow.
A transmission that lasts, fix the issues with window motors breaking, and overall make it a more mechanically sound car.
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