Fun to drive, and for a domestic vehicle, it is marginal at best
The power door lock on the driver's door malfunctioned at 40000. I had the brakes replaced today, and the Jeep dealer informed me that when the 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee came out, it had a two caliper system that was had on the rotors, and that, in fact, mine were warped. He said for a minimal cost of almost $300, they would replace them with a new 1 caliper system that was less damaging to the rotors. My question for Jeep/Chrysler is why that they have not recalled the Cherokee and replaced the calipers on all of them if they know this to be a problem?
I love my Cherokee, regardless of the brake problems. But, I am reluctant to buy another Cherokee because of the brake problem and the fact that they depreciate in value so considerably.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 20th May, 2003