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Average User Score
4.2 ⁄ 5 stars
Based on 41 reviews
2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 41 reviews
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
My Tailgate On My 2006 Jgc Will Not Unlock Or Open And All This Happened Af...
The Car Hesitates And It Takes 2 Seconds To Move After Pushing The Gas
So the jeep get about 140,000 miles . It was driving fine , the RPM was little not steady , So time for some tune up , i used 2 seafoam in the gas tank back to back , then i change the spark plugs ...
2006 Cherokee All Dashboard Light Flicker Then Go Off. No Gauges Work No A...
The dashboard would flicker and the engine grinded. It lasted only a few minutes and then no gauges would work, no A/C, no turn signals. Jeep would still drive. Would stop the jeep and start it up ...