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Great car for my 17 year old! 100K miles but drives beautifully. I don't mind at all when I drive it for her and would reconsider buying another Jeep after having this one.


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Vintage Cherokees are the Best!... Safe 1st vehichle for my daughter... Check for Rust... The engines are un-beatable!...

Find one that is well maintained, and you will like driving it. Do your homework and buy a car fax.

I loved this car. Never broke down because of anything serious. The scariest was when the battery ran out. It was my first car so I didn't know what it was. I really enjoyed my experience. Comfortable. The A/C didn't really cover the whole. That's about the only negative.

I bought this jeep because of the easiness of fixing it compared to the grand Cherokees and pretty much any other four-wheel-drive utility vehicle in my price range of five to $6000 . This vehicle will be my daily driver and in the winter for hunting excursions and some trail riding . This vehicle took me a couple months to find because they are getting harder to locate in the US and such clean condition like mine was very little surface rust except for the exhaust which is normal but the body panels , unibody undercarriage,doors , interior is pretty good for its age. If you are looking to buy a vehicle like this keep searching they are out there small car dealerships are buying them up and fixing them up with lifts and etc. and selling them for a high dollar amount .

I wanted a Jeep. This used one was in good shape and affordable. It has a few rust spots that need prompt attention but so far seems like a good buy. I bought it from a reputable dealer who specializes in Jeeps so I have high hopes for it. I plan to use it as a work vehicle. It has 4wd which is needed for Michigan winters.

Bought it used at 206k miles, changed fluids , still drives amazing. These Cherokees will run in the 400k range with no hesitation , parts are cheap and can be found at almost any auto parts store!

I saw it and bought it. Cherokees in Idaho are tough to find for sale. This one needed work to make it safe for the road. The price was right!

Awesome, solid, reliable, one of the best vehicles ever made! The straight six is indestructible. You have to kill this vehicle it will not die on its own.

I bought it for a daily driver and it has been a great vehicle for me! I love the bigger tires and off-road capabilities. If your looking for one of these watch out for rusty rockers and floors. I got lucky and mine are great but these are common rust spots.

Bought as my first car about a month ago. No serious issues so far, only had to replace battery terminals for a few bucks out of pocket. Will try to update further on in time.

Great car for my 17 year old! 100K miles but drives beautifully. I don't mind at all when I drive it for her and would reconsider buying another Jeep after having this one.

Bought this car as my first car in high school. I have had one serious issue with it in all the time I have owned the car. It has been extremely reliable and consistent. Its a tank!

The body and interior were in great shape. Test drove well for a 16 year old vehicle. After getting home I did have to replace the starter and neutral safety switch.

Used Jeep Cherokee Information

The lauded Jeep Cherokee represents much more than being Jeep'€™s best-selling compact crossover SUV. Originally the two-door and less expensive version of the 1975-1983 Wagoneer, four-door Cherokees would arrive in 1977. Later, the Cherokee evolved into a smaller, lighter, more economical and easier-to-drive SUV in 1984. The second-generation Jeep Cherokee, offered from 1984-1996, would ignite the American SUV craze that would spread throughout the entire auto industry.

The iconic second-generation Cherokee was available in both two- and four-door models. Originally offered in three trim levels, base, the luxury-oriented Pioneer and the sport-themed Chief, new trim levels and models appeared throughout the 12-year model run. The base engine was a 2.5-liter four-cylinder with a manual five speed transmission, a 2.8-liter V6 that was sourced from Chevrolet was optional.

The second-gen Cherokee was offered with two different four-wheel drive systems. The Command-Trac system was a part-time four-wheel drive system that could be engaged on the fly. Jeep'€™s Select-Trac system provided full-time four-wheel drive operation.

Additional models and engine choices would be added over the years, including the popular 4.0-liter inline six-cylinder engine that Jeep would add as an option in 1987.

The third-generation Cherokee would arrive on the scene in 1997. While not a radical departure from the styling of the second-gen model, the softer and cleaner design helped with aerodynamics. The upgraded interior used higher quality materials, a more user-friendly driver'€™s cockpit and a quieter environment for everyone. Trim levels would include the base Sport, a mid-level Classic and the top-of-the-line Limited model.

The Cherokee would go on a hiatus from 2002 until the introduction of the current generation in 2013 at the New York International Auto Show. The compact crossover SUV was the first Jeep vehicle to be built upon a platform that was developed by the new Fiat Chrysler Automobiles brand.

First available for the 2014 model year, the current five-passenger Jeep Cherokee is available in five trim levels. A 184-horsepower, 2.4-liter four-cylinder is standard. A second 2.4-liter engine with active grille shutters and oil cooler is optional, as is a 271-horsepower, 3.2-liter V6. A nine-speed automatic is standard and an off-road friendly nine-speed automatic with Jeep Active Drive II is standard on the Trailhawk trim. Higher trims are also available with up to three different axle options, with varying final drive ratios for improved fuel economy or better acceleration and load pulling.

Cargo space with all the seats in place equates to 24.6 cubic feet and 54.8 cubic feet with the rear seats folded down.

Carfax currently has 1,868 used Jeep Cherokees, 94% with no previously reported accidents. At the moment the average price is $26,237, while 84% have service records and 88% have had only one previous owner. You’ll also be able to find plenty of vehicles with Handsfree/Bluetooth Integration, Rear-View Camera and Keyless Entry.

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