1989 Jeep Wagoneer Limited 4.0L 6 from North America
No problems at all, just replaced the crank sensor and that was all within the 8 years I've owned it.
Great truck. Gives me no trouble and I trust it more than my 97' Caravan.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 19th September, 2000
What sort of gas mileage do you get? I have an 86 Wagoner and it just sucks up the gas..
Hi. I purchased a 1990 Jeep Wagoneer Limited (the smaller one) with 120k miles in May 2001. So far so good.
Shortly after I purchased it, I replaced the brakes (front pads & and rear shoes), shocks all around and I had an additional leaf spring installed in the rear packs.
I was pleasantly surprised at how inexpensive the parts were at the local parts store. I replaced the brakes, shocks, etc.. because I use it to pull a horse trailer around Vermont. I have a small 2 horse trailer with electric brakes that weighs about 2200 lbs and I usually load only 1 horse ~1000 lbs and hay ~200 lbs. The car has done a great job so far.
I won't win any races, but I've had no problems and the 4 wheel drive has allowed me to get out of some wet, muddy places. But... it does eat gas. I average about 16 mpg or so around town and 11 or 12 when I'm towing the trailer. I had a SAAB 900s before purchasing the Jeep and I was averaging about 26 mpg with the SAAB, so I did experience gas shock with the Jeep... But, I like my Jeep.
Have 1985 wagoneer it needs a carburetor, but I can't locate one.
I just bought a 1986 Grand Wagoneer, 360, 4 wheel drive, sunroof etc. Runs great, changes to 3rd gear a little weird, but..only paid $800 for it.
Needs new woodgrain, I want to go with the 578 Cherry Oak. Can I get some advice on where to buy and how difficult it is to put on.
I had a 86, grand cherokee here in germany, And had slipping problems with my trans. Found out I had to service "new filter and oil" about every six months, Hated to sell it, but with gas at around 6$ a gallon had to adjust, I really miss it.
I just bought an 89 Wagoneer Limited with the 4.0 motor. Paid 500 bucks for it runs great, looks great. Sucks gas!
Have 1989 Limited 4 x 4 with 186,000 miles. Just got air working on R-134, new water pump and EGR problem fixed. Now runs and looks like new. Woodgrain gets lots of looks and comments. Getting 15 mpg in city. Loads of fun to drive. Tows 19" i/o boat without effort. Would not part with this Jeep for less than $5000.