This is a great SUV for the price. Roomy interior, comes with roof racks, and stylish exterior. The seats fold down and you can use it as a sleeping area. It's about the size of a full bed (I got a foam mattress - full - that fits perfectly). The V6 lacks power -- it feels like you really gotta jam on the gas to get it to go. The Jeep "feels happy" at 65 mph. 75 mph feels like it's straining a bit. Will be adding a hitch so I can tow a teardrop trailer in the future.
I drive a lot, this Jeep is a solid ride, that handles well, and is like a little mountain goat when the weather gets rough.
The jeep looks nice and big on the outside, but the inside is very tight. I have two small children, both still in car seats, which takes up all the room in the car. It's difficult for them to climb in and out of the car. The front is very cramped and there is very little trunk space. I am very disappointed in the car and wish I had purchased something bigger. It would be a great car for someone without small children, but not a good family car at all.
The 2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee serves two purposes very well: carrying family members and off-road abilities. This vehicle was built to deliver a smooth ride, and its large size and weight give drivers a substantial feel when it comes to handling.
The 2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee is equally suited as a family vehicle or a fairly serious off-road vehicle, depending on the feature package. Typical for its class, the range of trim levels make the customization process easy. Anti-lock brakes, power windows, locks and mirrors and a great sound system come standard. One trim level up on the 2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee limited provides dual-zone climate control and added exterior details. Step up to the 2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8, and it is loaded with performance-oriented features and a powerful engine. Bluetooth connectivity, a navigation system and satellite radio are all available options.
The 2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee proves that, unless you plan on routinely off-roading, modern crossover vehicles a smart decision for ferrying families. The cabin is a bit tighter than expected as a result of the floor being raised to accommodate the Cherokee's weight.
The 2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee base model delivers a 3.7L V6 engine and a five-speed automatic transmission. On higher trim levels like the Grand Cherokee SRT8, the 6.1L V8 engine offers an impressive drive. Though all 2010 Grand Cherokees excel at off-road ability, the SRT8's powerful engine ensures that it can handle it the best. Rear-wheel drive comes standard on most models, encouraging fuel efficiency over all-wheel drive models.
The Jeep Grand Cherokee received its last full remodel in 2005. Since then, its build has withstood the test of time, though the exterior styling feels bit traditional. The 2010 Grand Cherokee's interior is spacious, although taller drivers and passengers may find the headroom lacking. Still, the interior is comfortable and the upholstery is high-quality.