Written on: 22/12/2007 by Roary (1 review written)
True 4x4 and not a crossover SUV, 9" Ground Clearance, Can take it on severest off road while retaining all creature comforts during driving on sedate city and country drives. Beautiful Car
Gas Mileage ranges from 12 to 15 around town and from 18 to 23 MPG on highway cruising at 78 MPH.
Car is a 2004 Grand Cherokee overland and came with 3 skid plates, tow pkg. 10 way driver and passenger seats, heated front seats, side airbags, round fog lamps, quadra drive, RJ45E Transmission (never had a… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/04/2006 by Sean French (1 review written)
We owned this Jeep Grand Cherokee 4.7 Overland for just over a year and in that time it has needed new door seals twice. Four new shock absorbers and new discs both front and back and attention to the steering rack (which would be all very well if we had driven it badly, taken it off road constantly or had towed heavily but no, just standard driving mainly on smooth motorway). We are glad that our ownership of this car will end soon as we have a sneaking suspicion that the gearbox is about to… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/09/2005 by Larry Gillard (1 review written)
I have owned the Jeep Grand Cherokee 4.7 Overland, a 2003 model for 6 months,it is a doddle to drive and has huge amounts of power and torque and puts a smile on my face every time I drive it.The climate control makes a continual whooshing noise every time it cuts in,I have spoken to 2 Jeep dealers about it who state it is a fault with this particular model which cannot be rectified.
Obviously for a 4.7 litre engine you would not expect good fuel consumption, I have a very light foot but cannot… Read Full Review
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