2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee Top Comparisons

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2006 Jeep Grand CherokeeReview
Guru3YVF2 writes:
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The Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo was already sole when I came to the lot.

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Eddie writes:
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I really like the features and would recommend anyone to buy one

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2006 Jeep Grand CherokeeReview
GuruCGQ78 writes:
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The car is underpowered and lacks ground clearance. They should drop it from production and replace it with the tried-and-true old Cherokee Scout with the 4.0 straight 6 engine. That wont happen.

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2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee LimitedReview
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One Of The Best Selling And Dependable Cars In America — This car has taken our family on many long trips and always gotten us there without any trouble. This car will take your family and equipment on adventures theyll remember for a lifetime. No more TSA at the airport and take your luggage and toys along with the family.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Great car for long trip with the family of four.

Cons: Fuel cost 18 miles to the gallon.

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2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee LaredoReview
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Good First Car — It is not the easiest to see out of. Rugged, has taken the 1st car bumps and bruises well. The ride is good and it is bigger than other SUV's. Power is good. Allows you to on and off the interstate without worry.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Got it at a great price, looks good, comfortable

Cons: handling, Chrysler plastic interior parts come loose and/or brake.

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2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee LaredoReview
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Love My Jeep — This jeep is a good family car and great for long distance traveling. The car is great but sometimes is bipolar, but overall not a bad car. I would recommend this car for a family of four because everyone has their own door to get in and out of.

Pros: Good car

Cons: Gas

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2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 4WDReview
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Gas Hog — I bought this car new. My wife has always wanted a Jeep, so I got her this one. Didn't take long for her to change her mind, as soon as she realized how much it cost to drive, ie: fuel. The Jeep was good on trips, and I absolutely loved driving it in the mountains. I set the cruise and the Jeep would keep the speed within 5 mph of the setting wether I was giong up a hill or coming down. One excellent feature.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: The car had plenty of power, and it was roomy. Great to drive in the mountains.

Cons: Terrible fuel economy, blind spots galore, and it handled like a rowboat in a storm.

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2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee OverlandReview
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Limited Edition And Rare Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland Edition — Don't get me wrong... it's still an American made SUV with typical quality issues but nothing I feel worth complaining about. The OVERLAND Edition enhanced trim level got some help from me with oversized black steel rims and tires, tinted windows and wheel rain guards. Other small modifications have improved gas mileage and boosted performance. Resonator has been removed from exhaust system and a MagnaFlow glasspack muffler makes for a perfect street roar. Truck sticks to road better than any Corvette I've owned with oversized front and rear sway bars and the Bilstein shocks and struts provide the perfect height and aggressive stance. Adding wider tires provides stability and stance. Cross drilled rotors and high performance brake pads provide powerful braking ability. The OVERLAND edition combined with my upgrades makes this a unique vehicle. I love to drive it.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: I love this OVERLAND Edition... a 5.7 liter HEMI paired to rear wheel drive cuts down on weight and additional systems that would slow down this beast.  Build for Street Speed... no off roading here!   Every conceivable option included: power everything, Sat/NAV/rear DVD systems with remote control and in-seat connections, rear parking sensors, in-dash vehicle monitoring, enhanced exterior styling and trim, leather seats with suede inserts... list goes on and on.  

Cons: Typical Jeep issues for the model year... strange transmission gear ratios, exhaust manifold leaks, and poor gas mileage - but that is to be expected with the 5.7L HEMI

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2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 4WDReview
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Good Quality Good Ride ?fuel Milage — i like it because i am just one but i realize now that i cant move things like furniture because of space restrictions and i live 150 miles from stores i have hopes of getting starting problem fixed soon but i must figure it out myself as who can afford jeep dealer prices? but basically i think it is a good vehicle as a whole just dont over estimate the size of the interior if you have children

Pros: like the drivability in snow and ice when it starts it reliable and runs very smooth at 79000 miles it still has a smooth ride but i have only had it for the last 10000 miles i live in lincoln montana elev of 5600 ft  so it gets cold heater works great and no major repairs as of yet

Cons: it can get hard to see out of side windows as it seems to have several blind spotswhen passing or changing lanes so i am very careful and sometimes it can be diffucult to hold on the road if strong winds which are inherent to montana and i would never recommend pulling more than a 20ft trailer at any weight pass seats in rear must be made for very small people 2 adults in backseat is very tight

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2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee LimitedReview
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Great Jeep — I honestly love this truck because to the look and the durability, very clean and well maintained… tires are almost new so not to worry about tires for a while...the car accelerate and brakes very well and handles very well over all..

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: This is a very medium size truck that would always get the work done

Cons: It is a 8 cylinder engine so it as some tendency to burn off some gas

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Reviews From Other Years

2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee Reviews

Review By Guru9WDC2M

Offre un bon rapport qualité prix son espace intérieur est parfait superbe tableau de bort avec un très bel écran touch accessible facilement siège très très confortable Read More

Review By Jonathan

Not enough tech for the price, needs more basic tech. Read More

2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee Reviews

Review By Guru9WD8MX

The car is perfect. It has every feature I was looking for. Read More

Review By Guru9WD82V

It was amazing and helpful. Everything about car was really good Read More

2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee Reviews

Review By Shelly

Its a great SUV. Its comfortable, has all the features you need plus a smooth ride. Love it. Read More

Review By GuruY8L6B

Great Car and full of fun to driver. like it Read More

2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Reviews

Review By Guru95BHBB

I think this car is the best one I have ever had. It has great features for the price you can not beat it. I now have heated seats and steering wheel. My kids love the room in the back seat. It’s over... Read More

Review By Richard

Owned 3 previous Grand Cherokees, especially after the smaller Cherokee stopped using their excellent straight 6-cyl. Gas mileage is one con, but otherwise many pros. Read More

2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee Reviews

Review By Guru94ZVN6

anything you could possibly need in 1 vehicle is right here with the grand cherokee Read More

Review By Guru9YY16H

Well optioned and great for what I wanted the car for. Read More

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