I bought my 2000 Jeep Cherokee Sport 7 years ago and loved it!
It took me everywhere and could do about anything.
Ride was a bit rough, but that's a Jeep.
Last month I was hit in the rear by an Expedition doing 60 mph.
I made it through the accident with only a mild concussion, unfortunately, my Jeep did not make it.
It was still going strong with 161,000 miles on it.
I miss driving it everyday. I am now out looking for a new Jeep, but only go with used because I want the 4.0L I6 motor!!
I love this JEEP. Have owned it for going on 5 years now. Bought it with 27k miles on it, and have never ONCE not ONCE had it in the shop. It is built to drive. It is built for hauling (hauled my bass boat with it), and it is built to last. We have to sell it soon to accommodate our growing family, and I am just bummed that Jeep has decided not to make the Cherokee Classic style anymore. If you get a chance to buy one - DO IT!
I have had this vehicle for about 15,000 miles, and I have been very happy with it.
It is as capable off road as off, and there are thousands of modifications for these vehicles.
Whether you want to hit the trails or brave New England winters, these are some of the best vehicles for the money.
The Cherokee is also one of the safest, toughest vehicles on the road.
Bought new in 2000.
Currently 175,000 miles and still going strong.
Mine has the 5-speed manual mated to the 6-cylinder engine.
Great combo for 4-wheel drive!
Only major repair has been replacing the a/c compressor.
Jeep has taken me all over the country.
Interior design could be better, especially the back seat.
Not too comfortable back there, but hey, it's a Jeep!
Wish someone made a dependable, basic 4-wheel drive vehicle today.
This one will stay with me until one of us dies!
All in all my Jeep has been a good
reliable friend. Better than expected
acceleration from the 4.0 liter six
with decent torque for passing. Have
put 55,000 miles on it and has never
failed to start or left me stranded.
Excellent handling both on and off-
road, well for a SUV anyway. Love the
classic looks of the exterior, but the
interior could stand a bit more room,
especially in the back seat. Gas
mileage has been in the 18-22 mpg range
since new. Only real gripe is it's
tendency to eat up front brakes and
rotors. Replaced the pads twice and
had the rotors machined three times and
replaced once for warping and vibration.