2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee User Reviews

2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee Review Ratings

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  • Performance:4.4 out of 5 stars4.4 out of 5 stars4.4 out of 5 stars4.4 out of 5 stars4.4 out of 5 stars 4.4 / 5
  • Appearance:4.6 out of 5 stars4.6 out of 5 stars4.6 out of 5 stars4.6 out of 5 stars4.6 out of 5 stars 4.6 / 5
  • Build Quality:4.3 out of 5 stars4.3 out of 5 stars4.3 out of 5 stars4.3 out of 5 stars4.3 out of 5 stars 4.3 / 5
  • Overall: 4.6 out of 5 stars4.6 out of 5 stars4.6 out of 5 stars4.6 out of 5 stars4.6 out of 5 stars 4.6 / 5

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PROS
"ride" 17 reviews
"power" 16 reviews
"handling" 5 reviews
"interior" 5 reviews
"space" 4 reviews
CONS
"fuel economy" 14 reviews
"power" 3 reviews
"window" 2 reviews
"transmission" 2 reviews
"expensive ride" 2 reviews

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Robert writes:
2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo Review
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- ESP System - Electronic Stability Program to keep you moving forward when life wants to spin you around, in otherwords, hard to spin the tires with this system on.
- Electronic Roll Mitigation System helps dramatically to keep all four tires on the road should you loose control and cause the vehicle to begin to roll by controlling engine power and either braking or accelerating various tires it needs to and taking control of your steering to force the side lifting in the air to come back down on the road.
- TPMS - While more advanced on the Limited model and up, on this vehicle you have a Tire Pressure Alert System that monitors your tires and alerts you instantly if a tire becomes low using a tire indicator on the dash.
- Information Center that tells you information such as your Odometer, trip A and B, Compass and Temperature, Fuel distance left, Fuel Millage as an Average and even when your vehicle needs an oil change.
- Easy integration of aftermarket parts and products such as my Radio and subwoofers with very easy to remove interior panels and components that require almost no screws to remove. As well as trying to add factory aftermarket parts like fog lights as the master wiring harness contains all that is needed to hook them up by yourself requiring no running of wires and mounting of new switches.

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- Comes with an Automatic Quadra Trac I system that provides a Full Time 4WD control meaning you cannot switch between 2WD and 4WD hi/low as the vehicle decides automatically where to deliver torque when needed but generally keeps you in 4WD on a full time basis.
- toys and advanced creature comfort features that come with the Limited, SRT8 or Overland series are optional with the Laredo series such as independent driver & passenger climate control, heated seats, adjustable pedals, leather, as well as other features.
The engine in the Laredo is a 3.7L V6 Magnum Engine which is a very fuel efficient engine where as the 5.7L V8 Hemi available in the Limited Series comes with the MDS system (Multi Displacement System) which when cruising on the highways for extended periods of time will shut down 4 cylinders to conserve fuel. But this is more of a vehicle series inconvenience then a Con

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An Incredible Ride That Offers Ruggedness And Still Holds True To Jeep's Offroading Capabilities — My first impression on this vehicle was "ok, it's a Jeep. An SUV that I normally don't like because of past incidents with SUVs and rollovers." But as I test drove it for the first time I felt the stability of it and how it handled the road. My first few weeks after I received it were getting to know how it handled to different driving conditions and weather conditions which I was surprised with how it handled. It plowed through 30+ cm deep snow with ease (taking it easy of course) and then quickly changed it's attitude once it hit the flat top as if it never went through the snow. Fuel millage is pretty good for a vehicle of this type as well coming in at 14.1L per 100Km Highway/City combined. straight Highway normally gets me around 9L-10L per 100km and city gets me 15-17L depending on traffic and conditions, this using a 3.7L Magnum V6. This vehicle came standard with Driver/Passenger/Curtain Airbags, as well as Chrysler's ESP and Electronic Roll Mitigation systems (explained below). I also like this vehicles new Tip Start feature that prevents double starts, just turn the key, let it touch the start zone and let go, the vehicle will continue the starting sequence for you. Also this vehicle came with 17" steel rims mounting P245/65R17 Goodyear Fortera tires, and has a 5th full size tire as a spare. There are plenty of other features this vehicle has that makes it stand out, I have listed some below. As for the durability and ruggedness of this vehicle, I have to say I am impressed with how it holds up. It handles what you throw at it and more. Definitely will be looking at this vehicle again in the future.

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Ashley writes:
2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo Review
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Plenty of room for shopping bags!

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Gas

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I'd Get Another One — Performance: Great at toating around shopping bags Build Qulaity: Feels solid and has good breaks Appearance: Cute and khaki and pretty Cost of Ownership: Let's not talk about gas and maintenance just depends on what mood it's in Fun Factor: I enjoy driving it

Primary Use: Utility (towing boats, transporting cargo, etc.)

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Lindsey writes:
2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo Review
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Everything.

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Okay, the only thing I hate... is that the door locks pinch your arm if you have your window down. That's it.

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Never Buy Anything But A Jeep — I fell in love with the new Grand Cherokee. I don't know what to say. It's the best car to take on road trips, its quick, stops nicely, looks great, and is totally kickass off-road.

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Alex writes:
2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 4WD Review
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Performance, Go anywhere capacity

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should have a six speed transmission!!!

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How Much Do I Love My Jeep Grand Cherokee Hemi Let Me Count The Ways!!! — I was a little worried about the fuel mileage with it having a Hemi!! but My god its so much fun pussing off all the Mustang, Civic ect drivers off!!! but it can handle any situation that i put it in! I was run off the road by a careless driver the first week i had it and in any other car I would have loss control but in my Jeep it just kept on going though the loose gravel and grass covered ditch but I just kept motoring over all that and pulled back onto the tarmac without a problem! now if any other car/suv can do that by all means go in that direction but if not? please really serously consider this fantastic car!!!

Primary Use: Commuting to work

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kristinwilliamson writes:
2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8 Review
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There's no need to try to deny what this trim is all about. That would be its engine, a 420-horsepower, 6.1-liter SRT Hemi. You might want to read that again: four-hundred-and-twenty horsepower.

That massive wonder is capable of doing 0 to 60 in under 5 seconds and has been clocked at 150 mph (the speedometer goes to 180).

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Gas guzzler but worth it!

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Best On The Market — Love this car! I have owned two. A 2006 and a 2007 and it never disappoints. It turns heads no matter where I go and people are always commenting on it and asking questions. The most common is "Can I drive it?"... tell ya what buddy, write me a check and you can do whatever you want

Primary Use: Family transportation

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onthespot writes:
2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo Review
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This drives awesome!! It handles smoothly and has all the functions you need with power windows, locks & doors. Plus it has spacious storage room!

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I only wish it had a 3rd row seat to help with our growing family.

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Great Car - Especially For The Price! — The acceleration, braking, handling & safety is a 10 on a scale of 1 - 10. The pickup and go is there as well! I know now why these vehicles are so popular and hold its value. Would recommend getting one of these!

Primary Use: Family transportation

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leftoverture writes:
2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 4WD Review
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4

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It's a Jeep! Reliable, performs well, comfortable, and capable.

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Chrysler N32 recall. This has been problematic for almost all owners.

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It's A Jeep! — Love my Jeep. Very reliable, comfortable, and capable. It's roomy, has a lot of storage places, came with a tow package, the transmission shifts very smoothly, and I never have to worry about getting stuck! Everyone should own at least one Jeep in their lifetime.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

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dickbutz writes:
2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 4WD Review
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For the price a used Jeep Grand Cherokee especially with one of the better packages like the Limited is an excellent value and an extremely useful car with comfort and capacity to haul.

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Gas mileage is low but my car is a V8 4 wheel and could pull just about anything going.

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Good Looking, Comfortable And Dependable Hauler. — I think that this has been one of my better choices in automobiles. Now that I am 70+ it is getting more difficult to get in and out of a low car but not this one. The newer versions have more features and that is what I will be trading up to in a couple of years. This car is a nice combination of hauler and luxury sedan and suits my wife and I very well. I some ways it reminds me of the old Checker cars.

Primary Use: Family transportation

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harris_42 writes:
2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 4WD Review
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4x4
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Power window sticks sometimes
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Only Vehicle To Own For Rough Winters — I purchased a 2007 Grand Cherokee Limited in 2009 with 25,000 miles on it. It's now up to 91,000 and still looks and runs great. With the exception of the water pump (see below), I have done nothing else but preventive regular maintenance you have to do with any car. Gas, Tires, Oil, Transmission check at 70,000 --Drain, Flush, etc. We have rough Winters here in New England, and this is the vehicle to own. With 4 wheel drive and high clearance it goes through 2ft or more of snow like it is not there. Very stable ride, smooth, quiet, sits up nice. My wife and I so happy with this one, I sure we will buy another Jeep Grand Cherokee in the future. I do my own maintenance as I'm an engineer and somewhat mechanically inclined. The Jeep is exceptionally easy to work on. Just buy the service manual at any auto parts store and you can do anything on your vehicle. I had to replace the water pump twice, luckily the pump came with a warranty so it was free. I think it might have failed the second time because I did not back flush the system when I replaced it, so some debris from the first pump probably damaged the second pump. We have had a couple of other annoying issues however. Ever since we replaced the tires the low tire pressure sensors give false low pressure indications all the time, and some times the driver side window switch seems to not work and you have to press it multiple times.

Primary Use: Family transportation

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Jenifer writes:
2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo Review
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Does very well in accidents!

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Transmission problems!!!!!!  Electrical / wiring problems!!!!

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It's Okay If You Have The Money To Take Care Of The Wiring Issues & Transmission Problems. — Shocks are terrible! Gas mileage is about 17 city & 21 on highway (but it's AWD) Transmission issues already and there's between 40,000 & 60,000 miles. Check engine light comes on on a daily basis. Lots of electrical issues eg. window regulator switch, cd player eats cd's...

Primary Use: Commuting to work

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1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee Reviews

All Around Good Suv By delacruz99

I love the steel body/frame.and its good in all weather conditions , snow ,rain etc. Feels safe when I'm behind then wheel. It. Grips the road well even when your riding high because of oversized tire... Read More

Fun Vehicle When You Live Up In The Mountains And Need 4 Wheel Drive By CyCoe

the Jeep has been one of the best 4x4s I have had. It will go just about anywhere I needed it to go. It is a comfortable and easy vehicle to drive. my wife and grand kids are safe on the bad roads in ... Read More

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1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee Reviews

Ol' Faithful By jremy91

This has always been a very fun car for me to drive. Its great for road trips, It has a lot of power and room. It is very comfortable and is nice looking as well. With some work, this jeep can could b... Read More

Very Reliable 4wd Vehicle Providing Years Of Good Value By Jim

This is a great SUV that is also able to be used as a daily driver for commuting to work. You can also have confidence knowing you will be able to get out of a ditch or snow bank etc... if something u... Read More

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1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee Reviews

The Best Of The Best By femalemechanicinOR

I like the way it looks and how it feels driving down the road. With alot of miles on it its still running strong. The only thing we have done to it is change the oil sending unit, oil & filter. Read More

Power, Traction, Comfortable By rickyd63

Real good suv. I love my jeep, but it take alot of maintenance and money. Very power full (if the 5.2l) very comfortable. I got pillow top leather seats and there like sitting in a lazy boy chair wil... Read More

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1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee Reviews

Lovin My Jeep By Barbara

I love the immaculate condition she is in. I love even more how no matter how cold or hot it is outside she runs like a champ always getting me where I need to go, FOUR WHEEL DRIVE INCLUDED! I treat h... Read More

Longest Lasting Jeep I'll Ever Own (10+ Years & Counting) By Drumatthias

The auto transmission. It's guaranteed to have gear slip failure between 100K-150K miles. After being overhauled, it's good to go for a LONG time though. The all-time 4WD transfer case is kinda lame. ... Read More

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1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee Reviews

Very Quiet, Picks Up Speed Faster Than Other Suvs. By Master_Mechanic

smooth vehicle makes you feel safe when driving due to its height and breaking power. ABS brakes make the stopping distance shorter than older cars. Doesn't waste as much gas as expected with an aver... Read More

I Really Liked This Jeep By jagman_xjs

I would not want a 4.0 Cherokee they just don't have the power or economy that the 5.2 does. Plus it has great pulling power. My limited was nice were I wasn't embarrassed to drive it to a nice event... Read More

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