2001 Jeep Cherokee
177,715 Miles | Owensboro, KY
$3,418
Est $49/mo

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2001 Jeep Cherokee
174,821 Miles | Grand Rapids, MN
$3,999
Est $58/mo

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2001 Jeep Cherokee
95,622 Miles | Huntington, NY
$3,990
Est $58/mo

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2001 Jeep Cherokee
175,200 Miles | Fredericksburg, VA
$4,250
Est $61/mo

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2001 Jeep Cherokee
96,190 Miles | Huntington, NY
$2,990
Est $43/mo

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2001 Jeep Cherokee
79,599 Miles | Huntington, NY
$4,990
Est $72/mo

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2001 Jeep Cherokee
169,946 Miles | Parker, CO
$5,900
Est $85/mo

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2001 Jeep Cherokee
241,000 Miles | Westminster, CO
$3,995
Est $58/mo

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2001 Jeep Cherokee
96,134 Miles | Huntington, NY
$4,995
Est $72/mo

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2001 Jeep Cherokee
77,020 Miles | Huntington, NY
$3,990
Est $58/mo

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2001 Jeep Cherokee
88,485 Miles | Huntington, NY
$5,990
Est $86/mo

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2001 Jeep Cherokee
140,555 Miles | Deer Park, WA
$6,995
Est $101/mo

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2001 Jeep Cherokee
100,319 Miles | Pompano Beach, FL
$4,397
Est $63/mo

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2001 Jeep Cherokee
94,506 Miles | Huntington, NY
$4,990
Est $72/mo

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2001 Jeep Cherokee
158,302 Miles | Brighton, CO
$7,995
Est $115/mo

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2001 Jeep Cherokee
114,000 Miles | East Moriches, NY
$9,500
Est $137/mo

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2001 Jeep Cherokee
45,300 Miles | Haiku, HI
$18,888
Est $272/mo

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2001 Jeep Cherokee
208,000 Miles | Alachua, FL
$2,300
Est $33/mo

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2001 Jeep Cherokee
135,917 Miles | Calabash, NC
$5,200
Est $75/mo

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2001 Jeep Cherokee
161,440 Miles | Colorado Springs, CO
$5,700
Est $82/mo

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2001 Jeep Cherokee Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.5
2 Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.5
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
1.5
Reliability
4.5

2001 Jeep Cherokee Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2001 Jeep Cherokee - Old but tough.

Cherokee Owner
Cornville, Arizona
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
1.0
Reliability
4.0
I had never owned a Jeep before I purchased this Cherokee from my daughter's boyfriend. We lived in New Jersey and were moving to Arizona and we thought it would be fun to have an off road vehicle to drive in the desert. It has been lifted 4 1/2", which I felt would help me as a new driver negotiate off road obstacles. We brought it to Arizona and took it out for a drive in the desert. I was amazed at what this vehicle could drive over! Rocks, downed trees, through washes, you name it. I found out what articulation is! It performed like an animal! As I got more adept at driving it, I attempted more difficult terrain. It never let me down, I never got stuck in the sand. I even felt confident enough to begin taking it out in the desert without any Jeeping friends to help me out if I got ... (more)
Story
My wife and I were in the Jeep and attempted a trail in Sedona called the Cliffhanger Trail. I was still a new driver and my wife was not at all confident in the vehicle's ability or mine! There was one part of the shelf road trail which involved a fairly steep and rocky descent, with substantial rocks to drop down from. I made it down fairly well, but that was the easy part! On the way up, th... (more)
Pros
My most favorite positive is the fact that it is a 4-door 4 wheel drive. Wranglers, etc. only had 2 doors. Our adult kids come out to visit from the east coast and we sometimes pick them up with the Jeep and go off-roading. I like the fact that this vehicle is a beast - it takes a pounding off road over rocks and holds together fine. Back seats can fold down for cargo space. It also gets covered inside and outside with fine red rock dust, but the electrical system etc. never gets clogged up. Just change the vent filter once in a while and it's fine. I put all-terrain tires on it which help... (more)
Cons
I don't like the high profile and the narrow wheel base of the vehicle which makes easier to roll over. The overall length of the vehicle is short, so getting into the back seat is difficult. There is very little room for storage behind the back seat. It's fairly noisy inside while driving down the highway. There is no handlebar in front of the passenger's seat to hold on to while off-roading. The top layer of paint is now peeling and the Jeep looks like it has sunburn. Gets terrible gas mileage.

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.

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