1999 Jeep Cherokee Classic 4.0 V6 from North America
The Jeep Cherokee is the Best Value for your money
At 50K the computer did not reset or adjust when upgrades were established. It happened just before a 100K and this time the mechanic could not 'reboot' but needed to replace the board that controlled the starter and several other major components. $950.
Replaced both front wheel bearing assemblies at approximately 50K $900.
Motors in both front windows failed at about 80K.
The brakes are major headaches still today. I have tried every kind, make and model. The last pair have lasted just over a year without warping or squeaking.
Average on the gas for an SUV.
The SUV is the best value for your money despite the brake problems.
It turns easily and handles quickly. The only vehicle I know that can make a very tight U-turn for it's size.
Great cargo space!
Fairly comfortable and easy to handle.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 3rd March, 2005