2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 8 cylinder from North America
Would never buy a Jeep again
Had rotors, pads replaced 3 times, calipers once at 40,000 miles.
Passenger window motor died, 2 weeks later drivers door window died.
Now the malfunction light is on and they will not give me an inspection until I spend $100 to find out why the light is on.
I thought my Ford Explorer was a lemon with its tran problems that started at 16,000 miles (3 transmissions), but this Jeep is becoming a very expensive problem.
Time to look for a Honda or Toyota. They stand behind their vehicles and have better warranties. No wonder US car manufacturers are in trouble.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 18th May, 2009
Yes, and on this same site you'll find people complaining about their Hondas & Toyotas, also grumbling that those companies need to "stand behind" their products.
The grass is always...
My 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee is running fine after 16 years and 150K miles! I had to do some mid-size repairs (leaking gaskets, water pump) between 75,000 and 100,000 miles. Jeeps tend to run great (like mine) or have problems (like this person's 2001).
This hit-and-miss quality makes me think twice about buying the awesome new 2011 Grand Cherokee (assuming the bankruptcy goes okay). I also have a Lexus IS 350 and it's quality is quite impressive, hence a Lexus GX may replace my '93 Jeep.