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Pros: Wife: cute ; Husband: acceleration
Cons: Gas milage
Advice: Currently has rebate that makes it more affordable than CRVThis is my first Jeep, and so far my wife and I love it. It is solid, has lots of acceleration, and rides comfortably for a SUV. I have been impressed with the fit and finish, and the smoothness of the engine. My wife really likes the height of the vehicle, so she can see over traffic. It has a love it or not appearance, but we both love it. The interior is unique, but everything seems to be easy to easy to reach and use.
Pros: Everything about the dash, radio, and seats
Cons: I cant see the front of the hood very well while driving
Advice: Get the Limited with the V-8 and sandstone intGreat Truck. I have been off-road with no problems and lots of power (I have the V-8 and 4 wheel drive). The ride on road is very good. It is quiet and rides heavy. The radio on the Limited is the best I have seen yet. The seats are improved and give more support. I changed the air intake to K&B high flow and this gives me 17 MPG in town and 22 MPG on the HWY (and this is with a V-8 and 4 wheel drive)
Pros: Steering wheel radio controls
Cons: when mounting a reciever hitch the ball is directly under the tire to close to mount a coupling
Advice: GET ONELiberty felt very stable and much more solid than other SUV's that I have driven. Very comfortable, good pep.
Pros: Auto everything
Advice: Go get one.Great SUV. The only true 4X4.
Pros: My favorite feature is the Command-Trac Partime 4-Wheel Drive.
Cons: The only thing I don't like but expected was the poor gas millage 14/16.
Advice: Iffuel economy is high on your list than this is not the vehicle for you.The 6cyl Tech I provides more than enough power for play and everyday driving. In less than 2000 miles I have already experinced mud, snow, sleet, rain and hard off road terain and overall I would say the Wrangler X lives up to the Jeep Wrangler name. Handling is very smooth and the 4 wheel drive on demand is a nice transition and not as noisy or worysum as the sales person lead me to believe.
Pros: the ease of getting in and out (new owner w/ bad back!)
Cons: no 'cubby holes' for quick storage of small items
Advice: take your time with pricing and options- it took me over a month to find the 'right' carcomfortable ride, great visibility - no blind spots, good ergonomics, v-6 engine w/ pep, bought the vehicle on the spot
Pros: Performance: Turning ratio and low road noise
Cons: Rear view
Advice: Shop priceand financeThe SUV is quiet, low amount of road noise. I had a 4Runner and it had wind and drive train noise that had me cranking up the radio. The Grand Cherokee's Steering wheel controls are slick. Plenty of grocery room aft without knocking down the rear seats. I have only one negative and that is rear view. The rear window is blocked out somewhat by the headrests. I will get used to the limited rear view, I have less in my Caddy, Northstar. By the way I compared this and test drove the Caddy, Escalade. The Grand Cherokee wins hands down, Caddy is too big and still a GMC truck, nothing 'sporty'. This exceeded my expectations in options, I have it loaded, even the 17' wheels. No buyers remorse, it is fun to drive. I can also flat tow it behind my Safari Motor Home