Jeep Grand Cherokee 2002 Problems
No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Jeep Grand Cherokee 2002 reliability here to help you decide if it's a smart buy.
Used Jeep Grand Cherokee review: 1996-2014
Jeep Grand Cherokee is a large 4WD that nowadays is aimed more at buyers of luxury station wagons rather than full-on off-road enthusiasts. However the Grand Jeep is true to its roots and is a ...Read More
Chrysler recalls 919,545 Jeeps
The recall issued by Jeep parent company Chrysler is due to a defect in the airbag control modules that could cause the front or side curtain airbags to deploy inadvertently.The vehicles carrying the ...Read More
Great Wall 4x4 ute
As you say the Great Wall utes are new to this country, and so far too few have made it on to the market to give us a good picture of what they're like. Having driven them when they were launched last year I can say they are at least one generation behind the current market leaders in that segment, but they seem reasonably well built and they're made from parts that are mostly hand-me-downs from other makes and models, so they should be well tried. At the end of the day you would be a pioneer if you bought one, going where few have gone before, but given your budget it's probably worth a punt.
Jeep Grand Cherokee 2002: Is the differential up for towing?
The basic mechanicals are durable and generally quite reliable. The front diffs could be troublesome, but Jeep released an additive for the oil to fix that problem. The V8s were also known to crack exhaust manifolds, and the overall build quality generally wasn’t up to the standard of the Japanese competition.