2008 Jeep Grand CherokeeMatthew Strusinski - Charleston, SC01/28/2017
I bought the 2008 5.7L Hemi Limited.
First, the things that may disappoint you:
1. Models like mine support bluetooth calls, but not music.
2. Throttle Response is slow.
3. You will get about 12mpg city and about 18mpg highway.
The reason I bought this particular vehicle:
1. 5.7L V8 power
2. Tows up to 7,000 lbs
3. Comfort and Class
4. Nearly unstoppable (as long as you treat it well)
Ask any Wrangler owner and they'll tell you not to buy this vehicle. That's because they're jealous. The 5.7L Hemi engine and super smart all wheel drive can pull a full load.
Along a steep highway climb.
In heavy rain.
With the same confidence that it can cruise around town.
And it will make you smile while doing both.
Only Model I'll Own!
2012 Jeep Grand CherokeeJennifer Snider - Marietta, GA07/15/2016
I've loved my Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredos ever since I bought my first. Jeep makes their vehicles to last so I am only on my second. I wouldn't have even had to buy this one if someone wouldn't have hit me and totalled my car, although he still would have been running. You just can't kill a Jeep!! The Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo is the perfect mix of luxury and utility.
Ton of luxury, good MPG, and fun to drive
2014 Jeep Grand CherokeeKen McCormack - Spring Valley, CA02/06/2016
I have the diesel and find that it has a ton of power and torque and still gets 24 MPG in the city and 32 on the highway. It is luxurious yet is very happy on the freeway and off road too. I am a photographer and had been operating out of a Ford Escape; too small and not enough off road worthiness. I love the Jeep!
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