I bought this JGC Limited just this last fall to replace an old Chevy Blazer I use for winter driving. I liked it's looks and it seemed like it was well taken care of, and got it for what I think was a fair price. I've gotten a lot of compliments on the Jeeps good looks.
The interior is very plush and this thing has tons of options. A little overkill for what I need, but I like it. I love the heated leather seats even though they sometimes just don't seem to work. However, they are always soft and comfortable!
There is some drive train noise which may or may not be normal for a Jeep like this, I just don't have any experience with Jeeps. The tires were almost new when I bought it, and they do howl quite a bit. New (different brand) tires would probably help a lot. The ride and handling are great, and it's a joy to drive.
I have a Mustang with the premium sound system so I have a good reference to compare this Infinity Gold system. It can't match the Fords Mach6 system, but it's still pretty nice. A decent sound system is a must for me, and this one does just fine. No complaints at all.
It's true I haven't had this very long, but so far I love it. I'm glad I bought it. Hopefully it stays reasonably reliable. I don't expect miracles, but I do take care of my stuff and expect major repairs to be few and far between. Time will tell I guess.
It goes into the local auto shop in a couple of days for routine maintenance and to check the exhaust manifold as it won't be driven much in the summer months. I'll use it here and there throughout the summer, but it's the Wisconsin winter I need it for the most. It made it through the last one with ease, and drove absolutely perfectly on the slippery early morning roads.
So far what's gone wrong with this JGC LTD is what I would consider about normal for a 10 year old vehicle.