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5 out of 5 stars

It’s dope

Alex, 06/11/2023
2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee L Limited 4dr SUV 4WD (3.6L 6cyl 8A)
31 of 31 people found this review helpful

TL;DR-Mom loves it, Dad loves it, the kids love it. For those who want the full version, here we go. Mom and Dads who need the 3rd row but don’t want to drop $85k on a bloated Tahoe or, and more importantly, can’t bring themselves down to the minivan, hear me! Btw if you’re reading this and don’t have kids get out of here, why are you even here? The regular grand Cherokee will haul your dogs just fine, this is ours. We had a 2018 grand Cherokee from our 1 child days, back when one kids crap could fit into anything. Fast forward to today, the crotch goblins have doubled and so has the required supplies. One faces forward and can grab the back of my neck while I’m driving. The other one faces backwards so I can’t see what the heck it’s doing, but it’s usually trying to choke on something. Add my tired (but still beautiful) wife to the passenger seat, and it’s a tight ride. We rented a 2023 Durango R/T for a week and took a road trip to Disneyland, because we apparently hate our sanity. The Durango was a godsend (I swear I’m gonna get to the Jeep). All the room we could ever need. The oldest was banished to the 3rd row, the 2nd row captains chairs allowed my wife to comfortably sit in the back and soothe the demon spawn. And there was plenty of room for all the junk that had to come with. It was amazing. We got back home and put the car seats back in the 2018. The next day we went car hunting. Once you have a taste of the 6 year old not being within its arms reach you can’t go back. Durango was #1 on our list, but the Kia Telluride had better reviews. Drove the Kia, felt small and cheap. It felt like it was a minivan pretending not to be a minivan. I don’t know where all the hype came from, I didn’t see it. Especially when I got torque steer during the test drive (not insulting intelligence, but that’s when you give a front wheel drive car the beans and it pulls to the right). You want $50k for a front wheel drive imposter SUV? Nah We have a Jeep. We like the Jeep. Jeep saved wife’s life when she got t-boned. Let’s go look at a Jeep. We made it. Enter the 2023 Grand Cherokee L. There was one Jeep with 2nd row bucket seats (wife only wanted the bucket seat). It’s a limited 4x4 in a blackish browish green kinda color. It’s actually beautiful. And inside is even better. 3rd row for permanent exhale for the 6 year old. Heck, I, a 6-00 200lbs man fit comfortably. Baby cam to watch the other terrorist. 10 inch TVs in the back of the front row seats that you can monitor on the whatever inch gigantic screen up front. 4x4 so I still feel like a man, and can actually go places with decent ground clearance. When it’s not in 4wd, it’s rear wheel drive, like god intended. The interior is just beautiful, and it’s comfortable to drive. No, it’s not gonna win any races, if you want speed get the Durango, which isn’t even that fast anyways. Your speed days are done regardless, so who cares. It still gets up and goes better than a 4Runner so good there. I’ve put a few hundred miles on it, so far none of the day 1/week 1 problems. I love this Jeep, I think they nailed it. I’ll do an update in 6 months or so, or if any problems arise. Thanks for reading my 1700 word wish.com version of Ted talk.

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5 out of 5 stars

2023 Jeep GC L Summit Reserve V8 is terrific

Cap’n Jack, 08/22/2023
2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee L Summit Reserve 4dr SUV 4WD (3.6L 6cyl 8A)
9 of 9 people found this review helpful

Wow Fantastic vehicle. Did not have the issues others posted about. Currently 5000+ miles on her. Very hesitant after reading posts here but our family is so glad we did. We traded in a 2021 BMW M50i which was a nightmare to get into the third row. Hit the wrong button and you’re in a Major waiting game. Jeeps system is much better. V8 is a must. We drove the six cylinder and it’s underwhelming at best. Love the night vision for deer in PA. McIntosh system is terrific. Massage seats are so much better than the BMW and Mercedes we owned before it. Ours is fully loaded with exception of rear entertainment and high alt pkg. Factory running boards look and work great. Wireless charging of iPhone works great. BMW’s was dismal. We get many compliments on this Summit reserve model. The only thing we miss are heated and cooled cup holders & soft close doors. Would love to see the hybrid power train next in this vehicle. Highly recommend.

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1 out of 5 stars

Disaster2022&2023

Unhappy customer , 01/12/2023
2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee L Altitude 4dr SUV (3.6L 6cyl 8A)
14 of 15 people found this review helpful

Bought a 2022 Grand L ..one week lights on the dash constantly. (Airbag failure, lane assist failure,brake assist failure, hands on wheel constantly, connect issues, on and on) In the shop every other week. Was given a rental for weeks. Dealership can't find issues. Sends me home with it. Knocking and a noise starts at 2000miles. Mostly felt in the pedal and passenger floorboard area. Dealership keeps it for 40 days..nothing. Chrysler and Star says it's fine. Dealership offers a trade for another..we trade and Chrysler pays us compensation for the headache. We get our new 2023 thinking everything is good and we are in the clear. Two days into driving it..lights on. We are at 1900 miles and the knocking in the same place is starting again. There is a feed on the Jeep forum for this issue for several others. They are aware of the problem and are not addressing it. They tell us it's how a Jeep runs when we try and bring it in. Please do not buy this vehicle. I would hate for anyone to have this headache.

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1 out of 5 stars

Junk Jeep

Dude, 06/26/2023
2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee L Summit Reserve 4dr SUV 4WD (3.6L 6cyl 8A)
8 of 8 people found this review helpful

The first one I bought had to be returned. It was an electrical system nightmare. The first 2k miles of lights going out on the dash. Alert systems alerting at ghosts...ect... The SECOND one (that's right, they gave me a brand new one because the first was such a nightmare), it has been in for service 6 times in the 1st 25k. Similar electronic issues. Glitches, engine lights coming on, screens going out, ect... I would recommend NOT ever buying this vehicle. They are very shiny and cool looking with lots of bells and whistles, however they are not reliable.

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5 out of 5 stars

Off-road capable luxury,got something for everyone

AK, 10/15/2022
2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee L Overland 4dr SUV 4WD (3.6L 6cyl 8A)
15 of 18 people found this review helpful

We had a Jeep Cherokee 2019 which we enjoyed for 3 years+ without any issue. We switched to 2022 Toyota Rav4 and it wasn't a very comfortable ride for a family of 4 with a little one. Tried Kia Telluride SX, Hyundai Palisade Limited, Toyota Highlander and Jeep Grand Cherokee L Limited/Overland. Jeep outmatched others by far when it comes to comfort, style and available options, though pricier of all 4. Highlander was quite cramped. Telluride/Palisade seems to have only price advantage, which may not work always, given dealership markups (especially for Kia Telluride). Now, we own a Jeep Grand Cherokee L Overland and very much enjoying it after putting 1000 miles on it. The only complaint we have is it's gas mileage which is averaging 17 mpg, but not sure if it would improve after first free service (yes, you get 3 free maintenances). Others in competition have similar mpg except Toyota Highlander, so they all need to work on MPG. Apart from that we are really loving Jeep Grand Cherokee L 2023 Overland 4x4.

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