I found a 3yr old 5.7 Hemi with only 9000k miles, in excellent condition. Included in the purchase price was a LPG conversion which works extremely well. I was not particuarly looking for a 5.7 but with the previous owner taking the depreciation from new of £23,000 I couldn't let it slip through my fingers after the test drive. It's great to drive, very quiet and although the car press express a dislike for the interor;My family think its very luxurious. I am using it daily and will be towing a caravan, I know the cost per mile is high in comparison to a 'family' saloon but I am prepared to overlook this because the Grand Cherokee is a fantastic place to be on a journey, my first 4x4 and I look forward to the comute to and from work, which can't be bad a thing, thankyou my Grand Cherokee 5.7 Hemi Limited.
Hi, like many others I love my Jeep (my first 4x4), but she will be going shortly for my 7 seater. I have never understood why this car doesn't get better "official" reviews the owners love them! I've had mine for 40,000 miles in 2 1/2 years, from new and nothing has ever gone wrong, it may have some cheap plastics in places but at least it's solidly screwed together, (take note Landrover) no rattles to date and a very good reliable solid car.
MPG is good for a big 4x4, I get low/mid 20’s round town and in the low 30's on the motorway. It's amazingly refined car with a cracking engine, it drives much better than nearly all of the 7 seater/small MPV's that I’ve been testing for it's replacement.
It's also a very good motorway cruiser, excellent ride and very quiet. I still have the original tyres on! It's never required an oil top up (other than when serviced) even the water bottle for the screen wash holds enough to last between servicing. Servicing costs less than you’d think, a 3 series BMW costs more! It's fast, practical & survived my kids without showing any signs of wear. If anyone is thinking of buying a 4x4 you must test drive this car.
This is my second Grand Cherokee after a Range Rover. My first was a 1997 4l petrol. I though that was good, this one is brilliant. I cannot understand why it so poorly rated. My other car is an E Class Mercedes with the same engine. That will do 40 mpg on my 10 mile run to work. The Jeep will do 30 mpg. That is keeping to the speed limits which the majority is 60 mph.I did not achieve this until after 2000miles. I have now done 3000miles.I need this car to take cattle to the market and move horses around. the BMWX5 and Volvos are too light to do this safely. I studied in great detail all the 4X4s before I purchased this one. It was ahead on all counts i.e. fuel economy, towing capability,specifications and particularly value for money. Thank you Jeep
Agree with all the positive comments here. Wonderful engine and gearbox combination, effortlessly powerful and more 'direct' to drive than it's Mercedes ML sister. Quite happy with 28mpg knocking around and 32mpg on a long run.
Good size, image and styling; abit like a slightly squashed RangeRover Sport [none the worse for that], but half the price and a darn sight quicker!
We never thought seriously about a Jeep before they teamed-up with Mercedes but what a combination; sexy Jeep style with German technology, a perfect combination. And they are built in Austria!
Grand Cherokee is the best looking car in the Jeep range and an absolute bargain. Best colours? Black, Grey or Blue...
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