Jeep Grand Cherokee SUV | Crossover

Jeep Grand Cherokee SUV | Crossover 



  • Powerful V6 and V8 engines
  • Refined, quality interior
  • Off-road capabilities
  • Strong tow rating/li>
  • Available cargo space is small for its class
  • Expensive for a midsize SUV
Ruling: With a redesign for 2011, the Jeep Grand Cherokee bridges the gap between luxury SUV and rugged four-wheeler. The all-new Grand Cherokee offers even better off-road capabilities, a more refined interior and a more comfortable on-road ride.

The 2011 Grand Cherokee is a completely new vehicle – it has a new suspension, refined sheetmetal, new interior materials, a new engine option and two new off-road systems.


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The 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee offers one of the most diverse lineups around for a midsize SUV. There's a wide array of trim levels suited for on- and off-road performance. From the basic Laredo to the go-nearly-anywhere Trailhawk to the insane 707-horsepower Trackhawk, the Grand Cherokee should have your needs covered. Luxury and tech options are plentiful, and its towing power, especially when equipped with the optional 5.7-liter V8, is impressive for the class. From: plumber north shore review


There are some obvious flaws, including a cramped interior, subpar comfort and lethargic handling.

[Feb 19, 2014]
S Dipaolo
Model Reviewed: Jeep Grand Cherokee


Powerful Engine
Fast off the line
Great looking SUV
Drives great in heavy snow conditions
Good gas mileage for a Mid sized SUV. I get about 22MPG highway in the Catskill Mountain rage and about 18 city and I live in a hilly area. On on a long stretch of highway that is completely flat I can get around 25 to 28MPG depending on how strong the wind is.
After a couple of years of owning all of my vehicles I always get bored of the style. Not with this model. I still looks great to me.


The OEM tires they put on it (Good Year Futura)are just crap! I have 25k miles on the Jeep and the tires already need to be replaced. When they were new they were fine and were great in the snow. They are bad in the snow now and I live in NY where it snows a lot. Good Year makes good tires but those are junk.. I have purchased many tires in the past for my other SUV's and have always got a good 40k miles on them and I rotate every 6k miles.

The only issue I have had with the Jeep is at 10k miles, the water pump was making a sloshing noise when I accelerated. I took it to the dealership and they simply replaced it. (Water pump was defective) Other than that I have not had an issue so far.

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