2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee Special Edition 4.6 V8 from North America
Since the Jeep was purchased, it's only been a headache.
First, the tweeters in the front went, not a big deal because I just unplugged them and the sound system still sounded great.
2nd, brakes (and soon to be more later on), pedal always squeaked, possible vacuum leaks, warped rotors.
3rd, boots on axles split, all four of them.
4th, oil pressure gauge craps out randomly, but there is still oil pressure, no change in temp.
5th, all vents besides defroster and floor didn't blow hot air.
6th, coolant problems, leaking, overheating.
7th, driver's side rear signal always goes in and out.
And most recent, my brake lines rotted through in the rear driver's and passenger's side.
This vehicle has been nothing but problems. This is the 3rd and worst Jeep I have ever bought. Especially with this most recent problem, luckily it happened as soon as I got to a gas station. The pedal had went straight to the floor with very minimal stopping power at this point. If I was on the express way (which is exactly where I was going after I got gas), my LIFE could have been greatly in danger as well as others.
I've never been a real fan of any American car company, and this is the straw that broke the camel's back. I've always been a Nissan guy, and it seems like I'll always stick that way.
I DO NOT RECOMMEND THIS CAR TO ANYONE, THIS CAR WAS NEVER ABUSED, MISTREATED, AND WAS ALWAYS SERVICED ON TIME. IT ONLY HAS 80K MILES AND IT'S ALMOST COMPLETELY ON ITS WAY OUT.
If anyone else has had these problems or similar ones, PLEASE e-mail me at S13Joe@gmail.com. I'm not letting this last problem go easily. People, including myself, could have been greatly harmed or may have even died.
This is a horrible car.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 26th July, 2009