1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee Consumer Review: The only SUV to own

1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee - Consumer Review

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The only SUV to own
By DLukas on


1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 4dr SUV 4WD


Basically, the only repairs beyond the
normal wear (battery, tires, brakes)
Rear door gas spring@120K-$35
Rr axle shafts & Bearings@145K-$700
Water Pump@155K-$85
ExhaustHeaders@205K-$1200 (Tuned
Headers, cat, Muffler & tailpipe)
Air Conditioner@180K-$700 (at a shop)

That jeep commercial where they show a
mole tunnel of snow that comes to a
stop sign, stops, makes a turn and
keeps going. Well I laugh everytime I
see that commercial because it's just
about the truth. I don't think there
is anything that will stop a jeep
except someone who is out & out using
stupidity. Go for it own one, and
love the experience.

Best Features

Handling-I can take the jeep around most cloverleafs @ 50-60 mph and not worry about slide, sway, or other bad handling. 4WD-I'm a very aggresive driver and I've only had the vehicle skid once seriously on an outside downhill pitched away from roadcenter curve. It handled very well.

Worst Features

Improvements - They've made them. I bought another Jeep Grand Cherokee for my wife. #1 They got rid of the spare tire and conceled it under the rear cargo area. #2 They made the door handles a single pull mechanizm that doesn't require you to use your thumb.
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