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15 Jeep Cherokee results

2000 Jeep Cherokee OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

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carole
carole
Phoenix, Arizona
5.0
I LOVE THIS JEEP
The 2000 Jeep Cherokee Sport is a classic. It has THE classic, sought after straight-6, 4.0 liter engine that is considered Chrysler's great engine. It is torqued so tightly, it can accelerate on hills and blow the door off any car or SUV that isn't sporting a $50,000 price tag. These engine typically get well past 400,000 miles. I am just about at 200,000 and have had no issues with the engine or transmission. The jeep is comfortable to ride. And one thing that I consider a priority over everyone's newer designs is the minuscule blind spot. Every great car design included making the smallest blind spot conceivable for a particular body design. Now, with the wedging and pinching of the back ends of cars and SUVS and their tiny rear windows, it is impossible to survey the road just by using your mirrors and a turn of the head. I find driving newest "more innovative" designs a bitter disappointment, even amongst newer Jeep vehicles. The Jeep Cherokee Sport up until 2001 is a classic design, with a solid past. The vehicle weight is heavy, but the engine torque more than makes up for that. The seats are comfortable and quite frankly, it's a jeep that looks like a Jeep. Which is why I am never surprised when people approach me numerous times a week, either driving by my house or approaching me in parking lots to sell them that vehicle.
F.C.
F.C.
Bay Shore, New York
5.0
Super Durable
Living by the ocean with vehicle 15 years old now, 1 previous owner. 140K mi and 1 trans rebuild, no other major issues.