2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland 4dr SUV 4WD (3.6L 6cyl 8A)
I just bought the JGC Overland,high altitude package 2015,looks awesome and runs great.I trade my 2008 Acura with just 60000 miles.For now I'm not have any complaints....3000 miles.But reading a lot of people who have a lots of bad comments about 2014 jeep make me feel nervous.Red with black wheels,looks like SRT model.Wish nothing wrong with this SUV,because my old jeep liberty 2002(130000)never give me any problem until today.I love my jeep liberty.
2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee Summit 4dr SUV (3.6L 6cyl 8A)
I love my 2015 GC Summit. The navigation system could be much better resolution wise. Maps are dangerously outdated. On the other hand, this vehicle is a joy to drive and looks fantastic. No reliability issues whatsoever.
2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 4dr SUV (3.6L 6cyl 8A)
Please take my review as a super-initial one, as I just purchased my Jeep yesterday as a surprise for my wife. I'm always on Edmund's reading up on cars so i wanted to write one after reading other reviews on the GC.
First, at first glance, this SUV is absolutely awesome. I got a silver Limited with the Luxury II package, black interior for less than 40k (last one on the lot, they're trying to get rid of them before the 16's, I was already pre-approved, etc). The stance and LED run lamps really set this vehicle off. Not a huge fan of the plastic molding along the bottom (wouldn't look as bad if I had a black one) or the single exhaust pipe but they're not dealbreakers obviously. Love the brake lights as well. The interior is pretty plush. Few " cheap bits" here and there but not really noticeable if you're not a car person or have owned higher end cars. This is my first time owning a vehicle with ventilated seats or paddle shifters so I'm anxious to try those out. The panoramic roof is an option I never really considered before but it definitely wowed my wife when she realized it was there. It was fun going through all the display configurations both directly in front and on the 8.4" screen. We wont be getting used to EVERYTHING it can do for a good while I think. One thing that absolutely cracked me up was no CD player. I guess from having Bluetooth, an SD card slot, integrated music apps, aux ports, etc, they figure no one really wants CD players. But we do! Both me and my wife laughed about it after looking in every logical place for it. Reminds me of when we started seeing less and less cars with cassette decks. I saw someone mention not having a liftgate button on their key fob, but mine does so I'm not sure if that's just an option/package thing. Glad the liftgate also goes back up if there's an obstruction (read: kids). The Uconnect seems to be a GREAT investment if you can get it. That would be a long paragraph in itself so definitely research it.
All in all, just great looking, great feeling car. Could have got a Limited without the Luxury package or even a Laredo and probably been satisfied. The additional options just take it over the top and this is a vehicle we plan to have for a long while so why not. I can only imagine how the Overland and Summit folks feel about theirs. I just personally feel like, at the price I got it for, this vehicle cannot be beat. I'm VERY nervous about the reliability and transmission issues I've heard about (when we parked it for the night, it had 19 miles on the dash). I hope to report back that I'm one of the lucky ones with no issues. I heard the same thing about Dodge Chargers in 2011, but I bought one new and didn't have anything major go wrong. Just a few little gremlins the dealership took care of no sweat. If I can say the same or better about this vehicle then it's absolutely a hit.
2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee Summit 4dr SUV 4WD (3.6L 6cyl 8A)
I recently purchased a Summit V6 Platinium Edition. I will not bore you all with a regurgitation of all of the positive reviews. But thus far, I've nothing but very positive remarks concerning this truck. I am a long time BMW/Range Rover/Mercedes/Porsche owner/fan and believe me when I say that I am pleasantly surprised as the GC Summit has all of the amenities pound for pound of a much more expensive vehicle! I'm deeply impressed with the transmission, infotainment system, 825 HK sound system, ergonomics, etc! I paid 47K and trust me there is not a better ride per the price point! Below, I've listed my hits/misses. Pls note I test drove the RR Sport, BMW X6, Mercedes ML, Audi Q5/7 , and the Porsche Cayenne. All are fine vehicles in their own class but I chose the Summit based off of the criterion listed below coupled with the ability to take it off road. The RR Sport came in a close second but I was highly annoyed to find that it (as well as many other vehicles) utilize a sound resonator to give the vehicle a "acceleration growl". Maintenance was also a huge issue. Hands down, the BMW has the best warranty but initial cost of a similarly equipped vehicle would run over 70K. I also drove the GC SRT, V8, and V6. The SRT is a hug miss and although very aggressive, it seemed to be very clumsy. The V8 is outstanding but poor gas mileage was a deterrent. I chose the V6 as although it is short 30 HP less than the V8, it is peppy, uses regular gas, and gets over 26 MPG on the HWY. The vehicle lofts a bit (typical truck/SUV) when driving but I did not purchase for a sporty ride. I wanted a tough truck that I could utilize as a daily driver as well as take off road for the occasional camping trip. This vehicle has yet to disappoint thus far, I'm hoping the trend continues. Great Job Jeep!
Air suspension, off road prowess/toughness, good looks, 825 watt sound system, ergonomics/display, usb/power ports galore, large heated steering wheel, adaptive cruise control, warning/safety features, heated/cooled seats, panoramic roof, voice control, multifunction display, smooth transmission, drive / ride comfort quality, and gas mileage...by the way, the V6 uses regular unleaded gas!
Misses: Front seats are too boxy/boring and are the same found in some other Chrysler vehicles. There is an immediate need for thigh/side bolsters, quality of leather, the nav system is highly functional but looks cheap / cartoonish, heat/ac thermostat is not accurate, headlight washer only comes on every 12 swipes, wiper fluid is not heated, there is no dead petal for foot fatigue, the rear hatch should have an adjustable height option along with a glass panel opening option, sport mode is pretty much a waste of time, and the 36 month warranty reflects a lack of confidence in this vehicle.
2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee Summit 4dr SUV 4WD (3.6L 6cyl 8A)
I searched and test drove just about every SUV model offered. I just couldn't find something that excited me. I decided to take a look at the Jeep and was pleasantly surprised at the build quality, fit and finish, and overall appearance. Finally, an exciting SUV. I am enjoying my new Summit 4X4 V8 Hemi immensely. This is my first Jeep and my first Chrysler product since I drove a 1966 Plymouth Fury in High School. I had an X5 for over 9 years. I like the Jeep better. I also love the V8 Hemi engine although it is a bit thirsty. Still, the torque and the growl of the engine makes me forget all about fuel economy. I'm sure it will improve as this Jeep breaks in. The interior is plush and great looking. I like the look and feel of the leather dash. The HK stereo is truly audiophile grade. Combined with the quiet cabin the music is clear and detailed like I'm sitting in my living room. The only thing I notice is the navigation takes a good minute about a minute to boot up and the stereo is slow to start if playing from an iPod or an SD card. That seems surprisingly slow this day and age.
The air suspension seems to give the Jeep the best of everything. The ride is solid but not harsh. The handling is firm and sporty. I like to take the curves hard and this Jeep holds the road well. The interior is the quietest of any car I have ridden in. Even at highway speeds a whisper can be heard across the cabin. All in all a very impressive vehicle. I don't know about reliability yet but several coworkers have been driving Jeeps with no issues. That was enough to go for it.