2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland 4.7 HO from North America
High priced, poorly built, unreliable
Several loud rattles have developed within the interior.
Brake rotors are warped with only 10,000 miles on it.
When you let off of the accelerator pedal, the transmission clunks loudly. I have not yet taken in for service for this issue.
Seats are prematurely cracking, even though I apply leather conditioner weekly to them.
I had a 2000 Grand Cherokee Limited that I bought brand new in 2000. The problems that I experienced are as follows:
Brake rotors warped twice in 20,000 miles.
Brake pads had to be replaced when they turned the rotors.
Gas tank started to leak, a new tank had to be installed.
Rear transfer case leaked three different times. Dealer could not explain the cause.
Drivers side seat heater malfunctioned.
Drivers side power lock malfunctioned.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 17th August, 2004
17th Sep 2004, 07:45
Our 3rd Jeep was a 2004 Gr. Cherokee Overland purchased new July 2003. By July 2004, with pitted wheels that the district mgr would not address, and an air conditioner that NEVER WORKED, we reluctantly traded. On a very hot day I even drove for an hour, took the car back to the dealer and challenged anyone in there to drive the car and tell me it was OK. They acknowledged a problem, but after 2 days, we got the car back WITHOUT the A/C working. When you spend $41,000 on a vehicle, you expect the basics to work. It is also embarrassing. Either we had a true lemon or the dealer just could not work on A/c. It is not worth the trouble to keep going back. We miss our Jeep, but the A/C in our Escape works great!!!