2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee V6 from North America
Could be a great car if the manufacturer would step up to cover bad parts saving owner headaches
I was shocked to read the reviews on-line. I've had the actuators replaced on all 4 doors and the front passenger door twice. This appears to be a problem with moisture entering the door. Very touchy parts. If you don't replace when you first hear the 'quack' it will set off a chain reaction and you'll have to replace all 4.
I also have the tail light problem on the left side. I assumed since I bought the car used it might have been from a wreck or something, but after reading the posts it is an obvious manufacturer defect. I've replaced bulbs, sockets and was just quoted a price for new assembly both sides ($495).
Front speakers blew within the first 3 months. I never replaced
When I took in the car for tail light they inspected and told me I also had a transfer case leak, and a rear axle leak - $950.00.
It seems the magic number every 2 yrs is $1500. The problems that occur are recurring which lead to a lot of small maintenance costs of $200.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 31st July, 2007