Jeep Grand Cherokee 2010 Problems
No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Jeep Grand Cherokee 2010 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
Jeep Grand Cherokee 2010: Suspension clunk and auto shudder
We understand the notice advising dealers about the shock absorber clunk has only recently gone out, so it might not have found its way through the system. Check back with your dealer, and if they still don't have it have them contact Chrysler. As for your shudder when the auto trans changes from first to second we haven't had any reports to date.
Jeep Grand Cherokee 2010: GPS out of date
While I'm not aware of a specific problem with the navigation system in the Jeep it is a common problem with factory-fitted GPS systems on imported vehicles. The time from when the car is built, and the GPS system installed, to when it's delivered to the customer can be quite lengthy and the maps often appear to be outdated even before the car is handed over. It's a problem that many new car buyers will face with GPS systems becoming more popular, so I would suggest anyone taking delivery of a new car have the dealer check for any map updates that are available and have them do it before delivery when you could negotiate having it done at their cost and not yours.