In June 2000,I purcashed this Grand
Wagoneer. I had seen them before, even
in movies (What About Bob? with Bill
Murray) and fell in love with the car.
But I was waiting until I saw my color:
malibu yellow, it was called. It had a
terra cotta interior, all leather. I
loved it. I already had 5 cars and a
trailer. But not an SUV. I think this is
the perfect SUV. I wish they still made
them like this; and boy can this baby
haul! I installed a trailer hitch to
pull my Airstream and never had a
problem! I love this car! And plus, its
the last edition. Very collectible.
Want to show respect to first people
who put WOOD on side of cars. Don't
need no turbo charged engine,the drive
feel of this good old 360 V8 relieves
me from any kind of stress in usual
daylife. This 3AT system wont let you
know when it shift up.Very useful
foldable and detachable rear seat.
Could carry 6 people. Early American
style interior and switches. Lovable.
Rumbling 360 motor,a couch like front
bench seat,reliable 4X4 system best of
all,the styling. like nothing else!
Gas milage:only run about 12mpg. gas
costs more than $3.00/gallon in this
Anyone who pays for the new Grand
Cherokee is an idiot. You can get a
Grand Wagoneer and restore it to it's
classic state , and it beats the Grand
Cherokee in almost every category.
Check out compare the specs. Not to
mention you won't look like every other
car out there- you will actually have a
car with some classic
styling. "woody's" are the best suv out
there. You just have to find them with
The drivers seat is like sitting in
your favorite chair...and the back
window rolls down...which is great if
you have dogs.
Whoever designed the back tailgate was
not the brightest guy in the world.To
many flaws to mention but can be
partially solved with a aftermarket
keyless remote with a third channel
allowing for remote window operation.
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