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Jeep Grand Cherokee Colorado Springs, CO OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

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Jessica
Jessica
Colorado Springs, Colorado
5.0
Best vehicle ever!
I purchased a 2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee with 33,000 miles on it in 2011. It was in great condition and now has over 95,000 miles on it. It still runs like a dream. I will be a life-long Jeep customer and plan to get a new vehicle of the same make and model for myself and husband. This is a great family car and has plenty of room for pets! The ride is smooth, and it is pretty low maintenance. While tires can be expensive, that is not enough to deter me from purchasing again. I often recommend this vehicle to family and friends. Any chance I have to review this vehicle, I do! Price range isn't too bad especially on a used Jeep -- they can be reasonable. I did pay about 22k for this used vehicle, even after financing. They are a great company that supports our military and will even offer discounts at certain locations! If you have a chance to test drive one and check it out, do it! Don't pass up the chance to own one of the best vehicles out there. It is fun and great if you are outdoorsy or have a family!
ML
ML
Colorado Springs, Colorado
4.0
Jeep Grand Cherokee
I initially loved this vehicle! I have loved Jeeps for a long time and I went from a Cherokee (which I loved!) To the Grand Cherokee. It's bigger than the Cherokee, which was important to me because of car seats and baby gear. It has a sun roof and mechanical front seats. It has a luxury package, so it's all leather, nice stereo. Unfortunately, I found out recently that the Grand Cherokees are prone to a few issues. For example, my driver's seat is broken. There's bracket underneath that breaks pretty regularly and costs about $600 to fix. And of course with age, the door sensors have started to go, so now when I lock the car it makes a really obnoxious sound. Otherwise, it's a great vehicle that's been very helpful.

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