2000 Grand Jeep Cherokee
Overall the car has been dependable, and meets our requirements. My wife is an artist, and the Grand Cherokee has more interior space for her work for art shows than the 1993 Jeep Sport that we formerly owned. After putting on 385,000 miles on our Jeep Sport, its new owner now has 400,000 miles on original drive train! The inline straight six cylinder 4.0 engine has been a real winner for these Jeeps! The automatic transmissions have been excellent, too. We always change fluid and filter on the transmissions about every 50,000 miles and back off on acceleration prior to shift points. I believe that this is why the transmissions have held up so well. The Grand Cherokee has been expensive to maintain, for both us and its former owners, so we hope we are approaching a point when the parts replaced will give us a low maintenance break for a while! The Jeep handles well for a SUV, including in four wheel drive in the snow. It also looks great to us. The original paint still looks new overall and the interior looks almost unused.