1993 Jeep Cherokee Country 4.0 I6 from North America


Puts the "Utility" in SUV


Track bar and clutch at 95K miles.

Valve cover at 120K miles.

Thermostat and coolant hoses around 130K miles.

Rear pinion seal at 150K miles.

Wheel bearing at 155K miles.

Radiator at 160K miles.

General Comments:

I bought my Country after getting a Wrangler stuck in the snow on a test drive.

I took the Country to the same snowbank and now after four years of trying to get it stuck in all sorts of places, have yet to succeed.

I've driven it places that I wouldn't be able to hike to, towed things, pulled trees down, and picked up people stranded by their newer high-end SUV's during snowstorms.

This car will go absolutely anywhere I care to go, and it has never let me down. I truly love it.

My only concern as you can see from the list above is that it will nickel and dime me to death.

None of these trips to the mechanic are what I would consider a cheap fix.

After each, my mechanic tells me that the car is in great shape, but a few months later, I find myself dropping it off again.

You're not going to blow anybody's doors off with this car, and the interior is a little austere by today's standards.

But it's utility and control more than make up for its lack of flare.

Visibility is fantastic through the big, non-tinted windows, but it's an oven when you park it in the sun.

The manual transmission gives you added response, coupled with stiff shocks and tight steering. You never struggle for control as you do in newer SUV's marketed for comfort.

The turning radius is commendable for the wheelbase, and it handles much smaller than it is.

In all, if you are the slightest bit attentive in your driving, this is a very safe car.

I'll keep this car until it quits and I know it will always do what I ask of it.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 10th May, 2004

1993 Jeep Cherokee 4.0 straight six from North America


The vehicle to get to get rid of your worries about your vehicle


This jeep cherokee gave me no problems what so ever. No check engine lights< never broke down, very reliable and very fun.

General Comments:

Very reliable I would never get rid of it, very, very reliable vehicle.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 16th January, 2004

11th Dec 2006, 14:18

Did you buy used or new? thanks.

1993 Jeep Cherokee Country 4.0L High Output from North America


A very reliable, low maintenance truck


My water pump failed around 180,000 kilometers, which caused the fan belt to come loose and wrap around the radiator fan axle. Repairs were inexpensive, approximately $250 for parts & labor.

I had to replace the oil in both differentials at 185,000 kilometers.

The washer fluid tube for my rear wiper has a hole in it, and doesn't spray the window anymore. Now it sprays back onto the car behind me. It's actually kind of fun.

General Comments:

This is a vehicle that I'm going to keep forever. I love my Jeep, and I wouldn't trade it for anything.

The 4x4 is an excellent feature to have, especially for a vehicle that is so small and maneuverable.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 10th December, 2003

1st Nov 2017, 16:58

I also have a Jeep that is missing the tube for the rear wiper, so when I use it, it sprays backwards. It comes in handy during the annual Sturgis Motorcycle rally.

1st Nov 2017, 22:42

That’s great. We drove a car through Great Adventure animal park in NJ. If you turned the radio on it would hit the baboons in the chin with the power antenna and they would flip off your car. They had warning signs that cars with vinyl tops should not enter. At the end some would have teeth marks or have the vinyl top ripped off the car. Some drove through anyway. Quite a while ago, but funny too.

1993 Jeep Cherokee Country 4.0L from North America


An awesome piece of 1993 excellence

General Comments:

My jeep is very rare for a manual and it still maintains its integrity, being a very very limited model of the vehicle.

It takes turns and has all the power necessary to perform. 4X4 is crazy, but the back doors would be a little hard to enter if you're a small person.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 24th May, 2003

5th Apr 2004, 18:29

Actually, if the person is small, they will have an easier time getting into the back of a Jeep. Its the tall people who suffer. I own a Liberty and have this problem. It seems to be common in the Cherokee and the Liberty because they are almost the same. The Wrangler has no back doors, and the Grand Cherokee is longer, therefore they don't have this problem. It doesn't bother me at all. I mean really, how often do you ride in the back of your own car?? I NEVER let anybody drive my Jeep, no matter what. I think it's actually kinda funny listening to my friends cuss and swear and say they will never own a Jeep just b/c of that reason, then when I take them off-roading, they have a completely different attitude towards Jeep and want to run out and buy one that afternoon lol.