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2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overview

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4.35 stars

Based on 59 reviews

Wj Grand Cherokee, Last Jeep Wagon With Solid Axles And The Legendary 4.0 I6 by Eric
 — Performance is great, the Legendary 4.0 is just an amazing engine. very reliable, and torquey, plenty of power, and reasonable gas mileage. The interior is extremely high quality for a Chrysler prod... Read More
Great Jeep, Wish There Was More Aftermarket Support. by mdyrdr4x4
 — The jeep has had little problem living up to its heritage in my eyes, there are just a few things I would change, The tire size and space available for larger more agressive tires is extremely limite... Read More
My Jeep Review by Matt6322
 — I like how my Jeep isn't a small car or a mid sized car. I like being able to drive down a road and see what's under me and around me. I love how the Jeep is the best at going onto rough surfaces, goi... Read More

2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overview

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Based on 59 reviews

2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee

The 2000 Grand Cherokee was available in two trim levels, Laredo and Limited. Two engines were available, a six-cylinder and an eight-cylinder, and vehicles were equipped with two-wheel or four-wheel drive.

After a complete redesign in 1999, the 2000 Grand Cherokee received only minor appearance and equipment changes. The 4.7-liter PowerTech V8 was now available in two-wheel-drive versions and with the Selec-Trac transfer case in four-wheel-drive versions. New softer leather seat material was available and two new exterior colors were offered.

The Cherokee was the first unibody sport-utility vehicle, as distinct from the traditional body-on-frame approach. The advantages are much higher rigidity and much lower weight, which contribute to the Cherokee's good handling.

Although the basic Cherokee was available with rear-drive only, it wouldn't really be a Jeep without four-wheel drive. There are two levels of 4WD available for the Cherokee, part-time Command-Trac and full-time Selec-Trac.

Drivers report the 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee is safe, comfortable, and reliable. They also say it gets low gas mileage and "things break."

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My 2000 Jeep Has A Hesitation Problem In It And The Power Has Seemed To Gon...

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Can Some Living In Africa Zambia Buy A Grand Cherokee Diesel From This Web...

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Alana Gibelyou
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Turns Over Like It Wants To Run It Ran Shut Off Now It Wont Start

ran good cut off now wont start

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mctede
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I Have A 2000 Jeep Gr Cherokee Ltd. The Problem Is Stalling. The Car Will S...

The car was with the repair shop 14 months. Checked everything. Acts like it is engaging anti-theft (just my guess). Two good mechanics have checked it out. Any suggestions would be ever so grateful...

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What Size Star Key To Change Brakes On 2000 Jeep Cherokee

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