5th Nov 2005, 11:47
Well realizing my error in judgement about not buying a cavalier again. I was looking at one and I thought about the previous comment. Say hello to my 1999 JEEP Grand Cherokee. Yes it has the 6 cylinder. I love it. Lots of room for me and my buddy and our hunting gear. Handles very well on the road and for the vehicle its got pretty good gas mileage. Our gas right now is only 98.9 per liter. All options except leather seats. Since Auguest only prob I had was keeping it clean. Changed the oil for some high grade Synthetic and the engine purrs. Thanks for the comments and I will pass on the politics for my current job of 5 years... Carpentry. A jeep with a wood smell. Hmmmmmmmmmm.
29th Jan 2006, 12:22
Well Had the first accident. Some guy rear-ended me while I was waiting to turn into my driveway. He scratched my bumper. His car was totalled. Gotta love imports. Toyota Celica. Shot of spray paint (3.95/can) no damage. Going for a lift package and some other enhancements this summer to run 32's. Deer/Moose hunting here I come.
6th Jun 2006, 10:55
I notice you own a 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee.
It "was" an awsome car. Me and a few friend own some Jeep GC. (1993, 1997 and 1999) Well, I suggest to sell/trade ASAP if you don't have warranty. Mines (1993) is scrap now. as too TOO much electrical problems, Axle problems and engine problems. engine was rebuilt twice. Axle gear messed up and damage. windows wouldn't work properly, doors would lock up (close) and the list goes on and on and on... same story with the other jeeps, lucky the 1999 had warranty, but my friend saw the problems that I had trade it in and got a Lexus rx300. what can I say, perfection not a problem at all.
I use to love these Jeep and somewhat (10%) I still do. But with the experience I had. I wouldn't accept to get a jeep.
Thanks for the info on the Cavalier. I was planning to get something like that for a "winter beater" now going to look else where.