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169,732 Miles
$3,950

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$3,995

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$5,583

Milwaukee, WI
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$5,990

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$4,500

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$4,366

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32,009 Miles
$7,994

Cincinnati, OH
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167,709 Miles
$3,999

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158,313 Miles
$6,995

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89,200 Miles
$6,991

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164,268 Miles
$6,394

Grand Junction, CO
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184,686 Miles
$3,990

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124,036 Miles
$7,995

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94,000 Miles
$10,000

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146,766 Miles
$2,895

La Jolla, CA
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91,682 Miles
$12,450

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156,000 Miles
$3,600

Newark, DE
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184,035 Miles
$4,995

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236,000 Miles
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2001 Jeep Cherokee Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.5
2 Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
5.0
Performance
3.5
Style
4.5
Comfort
3.5
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
4.5

2001 Jeep Cherokee Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2001 Jeep Cherokee - Keep Cherokee is a solid performer at almost 16 years old.

Kelly
Bowling Green, Kentucky
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
5.0
I have owned my Jeep Cherokee for almost ten years now. I bought it from a friend who took admittedly took good care of it since he bought it new in 2000. This has been one of the most consistently strong vehicles I have ever owned. This Jeep has never had any major engine issues. The body still looks nice, with no rust or other bad spots. The gas mileage is still the same now as it was when it was new. The four-wheel drive is still great, and I drive this car daily on my work commute. I have been so impressed with this Jeep Cherokee that when the time does come to trade it in, I’ll definitely get another Jeep!
Story
One particularly memorable story about my Jeep is that it actually helped me pull down a dead tree. I had a tree in my front yard that was in danger of falling on my home, so I hooked a chain to the tree, attached the chain to the hitch on my Jeep, and I was able to guide the direction it fall so disposal would be easier and safer.
Pros
My favorite thing about the Jeep is the four-wheel drive. I live in an area that occasionally gets snow and ice, and it is easy to turn on while driving. It still gives me great traction. I’ve never had any problems driving in bad weather with this vehicle. The engine is solid. I’ve never experienced a major malfunction with the engine or transmission. It also has a decent amount of storage space in the back, and I love that the back seat will lay down to give me even more storage room if I need it.
Cons
The first con about this Jeep is that it doesn’t have a lot of leg room. I suspect this is probably more of an issue of the car being from the year 2000, but I’ll also readily admit that I am quite tall. The hood latch did become a bit sticky on me recently, but some lubricant fixed that problem.

2001 Jeep Cherokee - One great car

Cody
Kalamazoo, Michigan
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
4.0
My 2001 Jeep Cherokee is the best car I have ever owned. For starters, I have had nothing but routine maintenance since I have owned it. It handles great in all road conditions. It has four-wheel drive which is great in the snow. It has the best field of view I have ever had in a car. The seats are comfortable. The controls are intuitive. I have been able to do many small repairs myself. I very much like the ride height. I have over 100,000 miles, and it is still running almost like new.
Story
My wife and I took my Jeep camping, and it started to rain terribly, and our tent was compromised. Water started pooling, so we jumped in the back of the Jeep and spent the night sleeping in the back in our sleeping bags with the seats folded down. We always talk about it when we think of the Jeep.
Pros
My favorite features of the car are the ride height and the visibility. I love the four-wheel drive feature. It has a fold-down rear seat for tons of room in the back. It has a lift gate that is super convenient. The stock radio is good, and the buttons are intuitive. It has dual airbags. Also, it has the best body design of any car made in the latter part of the century.
Cons
The few things I don't like about it are it can be noisy. The muffler has always been a little loud. Jeeps from this era tend to rust along the lower rocker panels and doors and that has happened. The headliner fell down after about 15 years. I have had a few electrical glitches where the passenger window won't go down in warm weather. I have known others with similar problems. It doesn't get the greatest gas mileage.

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