2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee
There are 3 user reviews for the Overland 4X2 trim shown below
- Everything about this car says power with confort
- Fuel guzzler..especially if you are city folk
Purchased As New
I have to say that I originally had no intentions of buying a Jeep. I was car shopping for a Toyota 4 Runner but treatment from their dealers were less than stellar. Disappointed from the visit, I walked accross the street to the Jeep dealership and I was immediately blown away with their hospitality and the fact that they did not pressure you to buy a car that same day, same hour. While test dirving, Immediately impressed with all the options that come with the car- electronic seat adjustment, bluetooth compatible, nav-system, reverse assistance and more. Unbelievable torque, rugged and durable but with a sense of luxury. Upon buying the car, I drove it cross country from S. Carolina to California. It was such a confortable ride, I did not want to stop to rest but better judgement prevailed! Negatives: Not the most efficient car if you live in the city. Since I currently live in a city, I roughly get around 13-16 MPG on a good tank of gas. Jeep requires you to use premium gasoline as well so a tank of gas can run you $50+ per fill. Perhaps my biggest dislike is the position of the break pedal relative to the gas pedal. Most cars will have the two pedals relatively close to each other. On this model, the brake pedal is nearly directly under the steering column (approx 1.5' separation). This can make it a bit unconfortable when braking (especially for the non-bull legged folks).
Overall: A perfect fit to be Jeep's flag ship. The Overland edition is a bit on the pricey end but that can easily be curtailed by purchasing a Laredo or Limited (less options, smaller engine). To be honest, all the dodads and extra confort is worth the money. I will never regret this purchase.
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