2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overview

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4.25 stars

Based on 43 reviews

Luxurious Hit-man by angle72
 — The Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland is an amazing specimen that will easily devour a "luxury" competitor of similar breed with much less effort (and by effort I mean $$$). I just bought a used 2006 and ... Read More
I Just Love Jeeps by William
 — In short, I was obsessed with it but mechanically its definitely garbage. Chrysler. Enough said. Amazing acceleration for such a big truck, even with my 22's. Was the HEMI 5.7L. Don't get me wron... Read More
Jeep Srt8 by Michael
 — Performance: Awesome may need second pair of pants. Build Quality: Its not a BMW/MERC but that is not why you buy it. Appearance: It looks the part from the outside especially the twin 4 inch exhaus... Read More

2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overview

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Based on 43 reviews

2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee

DaimlerChrysler AG has been generating excitement in its Jeep division the last couple of years, first in 2005 with the all-new generation of Grand Cherokee and in 2006 with the introduction of two new trims. The Overland combines luxury and off-road ability, while the SRT8 is a spectacle of speed and power.
While the Overland is a beautiful vehicle that makes a solid showing as a posh domestic SUV, the real buzz is about the SRT8, and with good reason. We are talking about a Hemi V8 that puts out 420 horsepower - that's 17 more stallions than the Cadillac Escalade. There has never been a more powerful Jeep product (and there won't need to be until John Q. American needs transportation to his weekend place on the moon).
Since this is only the sophomore year for this Grand Cherokee generation, the existing trims don't show any significant changes. Let's be honest, though, considering the obvious buzz this year: Something new about the Laredo and Limited? Who would have noticed?


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Jeep Grand Cherokee Questions

Denzil Roberts

Car Sensors

My jeep acr sensors keep coming on by it self and taking of the parking sensors.

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Eurie Watson

What Is Causing Rattle

I have a 2006 Grand Cherokee Overland and sometimes when I hit a bump a rattle starts. I can feel it under the console between the front and back seats. If I stop then go in reverse then back forward ...

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Jeep Wont Go In Gear

Got to work fine. Ive never had any issue with my truck. Got ready to go home warmed the car up and it wot go in to gear. Plz help

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My 2006 Jeep Laredo Keeps Making A Rubbing Noise With The Ac On When I Brak...

It started today randomly, when I have my AC on low and press on the brakes it makes like a rubbing sound from one of the vents.

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Are The Heating/cooling Controls Supposed To Light Up When You Turn On The ...

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