2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee User Reviews

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    Displaying 41 - 47 of 47 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee reviews.

    2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland Review
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    75

    Not Up To The Challenge — Even though there's a lot of Mercedes-Benz in there, such as the gearbox, it's still cheaply built and doesn't match the competition. But then, it's a real 4x4, not one of those crappy trendy BMW X3 and such ...

    Pros: A real 4x4

    Cons: Quality sucks

    0 of 1 people found this review helpful.
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    2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited Review
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    45

    Roomy — its not grey its green lots of room and pullin power get the v8 not the six no difference in gas millage

    Pros: great towin package wnd pulls my tj out when i get it stuck

    Cons: needs to be standard

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    2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo Review
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    55

    Awesome Ride — Great ride, great interior layout. Quite, reliable. Good looks, firm and supportive seats. V6 power is enough for most uses. Laredo has many standard features and great price!

    Owner for 1 years, 3 months

    Miles Driven per Year:12,000

    Pros: Looks, Ride, Handling

    Cons: Gas mileage can always be better!

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    2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland Review
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    85

    Luxurious Hit-man — 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 am just as floored as the adjustable accelerator pedal should be in this vehicle. I will talk a lot about the power in this ride but its ride and appointments can't be overshadowed. I have read poor reviews on handling. I pushed the limits of speed's favorite initial and the Overland handled more than adequately in the curve-carving department. The HEMI doesn't need a comment because it really does speak for it self. My buddy has a Dodge Durango with the same engine and it growls louder under his hood. While the roar is satisfying, I believe Jeep has simply improved cabin insulation. I hold this opinion as my wife complained that I shouldn't speed out of our driveway. I don't speed; (in our neighborhood anyway) the low gears of this rig will turn the domes of any spectators, willing or otherwise. I just realized I must sound like I work for Jeep or its ownership. I assure you I do not. I am just a happy consumer that is 34 years old and has been frugal in all of his vehicle purchases. The best part is I purchased this Jeep used and a bag filled with depreciation is gone. Depreciation is why you shouldn't buy new. Duh, everyone knows that but the majority of the U.S. buys new, go figure (own more than you show I say!). The Overland is amazing. I won't list features; Google has all your answers. Lastly, my wife has a powerful Infinity SUV, my good friend a Yukon Denali. Both individuals have ridden in my Jeep and wished it was theirs. By the way, my buddy with the rig named after an Alaskan park spent almost twice what I just spent on the JGC Overland. To answer your unanswered question, I spent lees than $30k. Ha, maybe I should work for Jeep. Safe travels.

    Owner for 0 years, 1 months

    Miles Driven per Year:20,000

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    2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 4WD Review
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    40

    You Can't Beat A Jeep Grand Cherokee For The Money. — Jeep Grand Cherokees may have small problems every now and then but you can't beat their style, performance and off road ability for the money. The 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee provides the right amount of interior room for 2 or 3 people. It is the perfect size for weekend trips, off road fly fishing destinations, pet transportation and kayak hauling. At the same time it is not to big to fit in small parking spaces. As far as I'm concerned why would anyone buy anything else?

    Primary Use: Family transportation

    Pros: This is a great car in fact, I just purchased a new one.

    Cons: Uses more gas than a Honda Accord but then again Honda Accords are BORING!

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    Loved the look and all the extra features. Did not performed good when added tow pack.
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    5
    I wanted the off-road abilities with on-road performance.

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    Reviews From Other Years

    2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee Reviews

    Best Looking/riding Suv On The Market! Great Value For The Money! By markpentler

    This is a great vehicle. When you compare it to the competition, there is not another vehicle that measures up in utility, fuel economy, ride quality, features, and the overall exterior of the vehicl... Read More

    2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee Reviews

    An Awesome Suv By frankjesik

    Gas mileage, transmission shifts are smooth as silk. Love the interior styling and exterior styling as well. No problems, really, other than intermittent blue smoke on startup seems to be due to fau... Read More

    Affordable Quality By Ronald

    A great looking SUV that meets or exceeds my expectations. The Jeep Grand Cherokee has been in a constant state of change since it was first designed. The latest body style and trim packages have a ... Read More

    2013 Jeep Grand Cherokee Reviews

    An Iconic Suv From The Most Respected American Auto Brand By dan_roth

    The Grand Cherokee is one of the few vehicles in its class that I can enjoy driving. I drive a lot of vehicles, and very few cars feel like they have been properly sorted. It rides well, not too hard ... Read More

    Awesome By jgogan

    I love everything about the car. From the interior setup, to the options, to the outside trim and look of the car. I absolutely love it and it's my third Grand Cherokee Limited and I'm sure there wi... Read More

    2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee Reviews

    2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 4x4 By mahomedi

    Very versatile for family and for loading stuff. Brakes are great and the car feels solid. The fit and finish is up to par and there are no cheap compromises. Everything works well and I've b... Read More

    Well Rounded Daily Use Vehicle By mdlgan

    was impressed with how easily the jeep laredo goes through over 2 feet of snow without missing a beat. it does not have a four wheel drive button it's a "smart" system fuel averages about 17 mpg with... Read More

    2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee Reviews

    Excellent Ride By Mostafa

    I like the internal space of the SUV. It has comfy seats. I can handle it easily and I feel safe in it. I hear a little noise inside and it has low Miles per gallon in city and High way Read More

    Fantastic Vehicle By BurtMang

    At this point nothing other than this make, model and year having 3 recalls so far and not sure how many more there will be coming along. Over all this has been a good vehicle up to this point. It has... Read More

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