2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland 4dr SUV 4WD (3.6L 6cyl 5A)
I made the mistake of purchasing a 2012 Jeep Overland in Colorado. This vehicle certainly falls short of that is it the most awarded SUV, as I now think that Chrysler hands out its own awards.
With a hemi installed, expect to get an average of 17 miles per gallon city and highway combine.
The NAV system is poor at best;
I had trouble with it from day one as it would lose memory. I just had the radio replaced with no guarantee from the dealer that this will correct the issue.
The one item that bugs me the most is the lack of quality of the exterior chrome, or should I say chrome coated plastic.
With only 5000 miles on my truck, and after the very first exposure to the snow treated road
Chrysler should eliminate all of the exterior chrome on their vehicle as these inferior components are prone to pitting (side mirrors, door handles, front grill, rear tailgate chrome trim). Also, they should consider a more robust NAV system. Most important of all, improve on gas consumption.
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