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2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

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Rachel
Rachel
Whittier, California
3.0
A Car I Feel Safe In
Overall, this vehicle is an SUV, that is an affordable ride. I like the ability to push a button to have overdrive or not. I like the way the mini roof panel operates, the green lights are easy on the eyes. I like the digital features. I like the sturdy frame of the vehicle.
Gabriel
Gabriel
Linton Hall, Virginia
5.0
Great first car
This car was my first car, and it was everything I could have asked for. It was reliable relatively easy to fix, cheap to purchase and it kept the insurance down. The car also had enough space for anything that at that point in time I needed to bring with me. It lasted well into 250,000 miles before it stopped running, and it most likely would have made it even longer had I personally not been the fault of the engine seizing due to not having enough oil in it. It did have a problem with the engine leaking the oil like I previously mentioned, and when I first got it, I had to replace the radiator. But aside from those two things, the car that I purchased with 200,000 miles lasted me another 50,000 in two years. The car never had any issues with driving or handling. It had all automatic windows and seat warmers and other luxuries. One complaint would be that it did not have an aux jack. However, with a car of that age, that is to be expected. A large factor of that car to me was the ability to keep belongings in the backseat of my car and the trunk as I was able to bring with me more supplies constantly. It was good on gas, a tank of gas lasting roughly a week worth of travel, with a 40-50 mile daily commute, and it was low maintenance overall aside from the oil and radiator.