2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland 4.7 V8 from North America
Strong and smooth, with an appetite for gasoline
Throttle position sensor failed at 106,000 miles.
Starter failed at 108,000 miles.
Rock rails rusting out, since I've owned it.
Front speakers blew at 105,000 miles.
Hood struts failed at 103,000 miles.
Battery terminal corroded, causing trouble running at 108,000 miles.
Paint chipping and some rusting on the under body at 100,000 miles.
This car is like driving around on your couch; it's comfortable and very smooth.
Great for long family trips or highway trips.
Interior controls are well placed and very useful; silly things like adjustable pedals come in very useful.
Cabin sound is low, so you can actually drive without the radio, and share a good conversation.
Style is nice; it looks good and has nice design inside.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 24th September, 2012