2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee Top Comparisons

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2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee OverlandReview
Paul writes:
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Well Balance If You Can Find The Right Dealer In Service — Older american design suspension slightly dissappointing when compared to European SUV makes but the grant of 500 Nm of torque will see you through most sticky situations. Although suspention is noisy which I dislike. The 5.7 litre V8 is a blast though. Also has a smooth transmission although do not like the sequential in low range.

Pros: Put a smaile on your face

Cons: Re sale Value - Who wants to by a brute of an engine

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2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee LaredoReview
Neal writes:
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<3 My Jeep — It's a nice SUV, powerful, quiet, lots of nice stuff on it. I had wanted one for a while, but, I wrecked it 5 days after I got it, so not much to review yet (other than it crashes well and is really safe)

Pros: Safe

Cons: 12mpg

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2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee OverlandReview
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Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland — Really it is the best four wheel vehicle I've ever owned. It goes anywhere, has ever feature I've ever wanted, especially like the back up camera when hooking up the trailer, and the satellite radio. If you keep it under 60mph, you'll get almost 20mpg or so. If you need to pass, it will kick in like a vette and toss you back in your seat. I'm trying to think of something negative about it but just can't at the moment. Oh maybe a power rear hatch would be a nice addition

Pros: everything

Cons: nothing

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2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8 4WDReview
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My Baby....... — Pretty much fastest stock SUV in the world... goodbye cayenne (gts,s), x5, trailblazer ss, range rover sport supercharged, maybe not cayenne turbo s... Braking- brembos speak for themselves. Handling-incredible for an suv, absolutely no body roll. no repairs so far... cd player a little messed up. exterior styling real nice inside is eh, srt racing seats are great. $550 a month gas bill.. so much fun to drive.

Pros: sub 5 second 0-60...20" chrome, brembos, 6.1 liter V8 hemi, fully equipped

Cons: gas milage..who cares?/sometimes i forget its an SUV when cornering...

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2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee LaredoReview
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<3 — Acceleration is AMAZING, and i's a multi use car you can drive it everywhere city, offroad.... appearance- is very nice interior it looks modern exterior - ilike the back light very much, it is fun to drive you feel like you are controlling the world no.1, just great <3 i recommend you!!!

Pros: Everything

Cons: Nothing

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2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee OverlandReview
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2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland — Great vehicle overall. It is a Jeep so it can get up the mountain like no other. However. It has so many gadgets in it that cost so much to replace that I am scared to take it on anything other then the asphalt. Have had just a couple of problems with it, but nothing major that wasn't my fault. :)

Pros: Great engine

Cons: To expensive to drive offroad.

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2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8 4WDReview
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Generaly Great Car — Great car, great motor power, very maneuverable despite it's length. I don't like plastic dashboard with very cheap look. Automatic gearbox is very smooth, consumption is good for this kind of car. Driving Cherokee is very comfortable on pavement as is also very good at off-road. During 1 year ownership i had no problems with car. Using car computer is a little bit too complicated for average user. Generally, very good car for this money, cheaper and competitive also with Mercedes ML420 and BMW X5 3.0D.

Pros: Motor performance, maneuverability, great off-road performace

Cons: Cheap interior, complicated car computer

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2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8 4WDReview
Mohammed writes:
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Srt8 4 Life!! — Performance- acceleration and top speed. Build Quality- solid and stable. Appearance- looks like a sexy beast. Cost of Ownership- worth every penny Fun Factor- best thing about the car is it's fun as hell to drive. Imagine pulling up next to a sports car in an suv and being able to keep up with it. Now that's impressive.

Pros: Sounds fantastic.

Cons: Tyres are too thin on the gulf spec.

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2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee LaredoReview
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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.

Pros: - 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.

Cons: - 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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2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee LaredoReview
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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.

Pros: Everything.

Cons: 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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2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee Reviews

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Drove the 2021 Jeep Cherokee Laredo E. smooth ride with effortless steering. I really liked this SUV for a great family trip commuter. Read More

2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee Reviews

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2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee Reviews

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Really nice shape! Friendly guys and gals. Thank you. Read More

2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Reviews

Review By Guru9LM4H

The 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee blends style, performance and everything you would expect from a Jeep at an affordable price when compared with other vehicles in its class. Read More

Review By Catherine

Drove smoothly. Easy to reach all features. Read More

2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee Reviews

Review By Jeff

It wasnt what I was hoping for. It was a nice ride, but the interior felt cheap. I expect a car of this value to feel more solid. I can imagine interior trim parts breaking or scuffing very easil... Read More

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Drives great! Love it! Would definitely buy another one Read More

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