2012 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE
I purchased a 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8 and all I can say is "giddy up." While I've been driving if for a little under 30 day I am impressed with its 0-60 time for a high performance SUV. While the suspension feels sturdy, I'm not a fine of the racing tires becasue I live in the Midwest (where you need more tire tread). The car is somewhat overloaded with electronics (cruise adjustment, lane change warning light and sound, auto light adjustment). I'm really not that lazy... I also don't care for the gear adjustment lever in the steering wheel (gears can be changed accidently at any time). Otherwise, the car's a lot of fun!
by CAR GUY
2001 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE
bought this jeep because I had one before, v-8 has no power , stalls, is not 4wheel 2wheel drive model, all fluids leak, radiator, power steering, trans line and brake line rusted, other wise body is in great shape
2014 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE
This is an amazing SUV. It's full of luxury but yet tough as nails. I feel so safe in it. It has an award winning Pentastar engine with a very efficient and powerful transmission. It gets between 20 and 22mpg. I read a lot of very questionable reviews about this SUV, but honestly those are people that don't realize what they have. They aren't used to driving an 8 speed automatic transmission. This type of transmission is very new and only available on other luxury vehicle brands. All you have to do is press the gas pedal and go! It's got a ton of power and drives like a sports car. Absolutely love my Jeep! I traded from a Cadillac, so I know luxury.
Used Jeep Grand Cherokee Information
The Jeep Grand Cherokee was one of the first unibody chassis sport utilities on the market, entering showrooms in 1993. This midsize SUV is now in its fourth-generation, introduced as the WK2 platform in 2011. Throughout its twenty-plus years on the market, the Jeep Grand Cherokee has been well-received by buyers who enjoy its family-moving capabilities and adherence to Jeep heritage.
The last two generations of this Jeep, both of which are popular research models here on Carfax, have both V6 and V8 engine options with automatic transmissions. Various model and trim levels for the Grand Cherokee denote various designs meant for specific use, such as the Trailhawk for offroad and the Limited for luxurious fittings as well as the SRT trim for performance focus.
The Jeep Grand Cherokee has won numerous awards for its style, capability, engineering, and more, including the Quadra-Lift air suspension system and handling characteristics. The Jeep Grand Cherokee has also often been cited as a top safety choice in crash testing.
In 2014, the Jeep Grand Cherokee underwent a refresh with new engine options, an eight-speed transmission for greater efficiency (standard), and a new diesel engine option. The Jeep Grand Cherokee of the current-generation now has five engine options ranging from a six-cylinder Pentastar to a series of Hemi V8s and CRD V6s as well as a new, optional start-stop engine technology for greater efficiency in city driving (starting in 2015).
Throughout its time on the market so far, the Jeep Grand Cherokee has been well-received and a popular choice for both new and used car buyers.
There are 33,989 used Jeep Grand Cherokees in our used car listings, including the Jeep Wrangler, Jeep Liberty and Jeep Patriot. 57% of these vehicles have only one previous owner and 82% have no accident history.