2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee Top Comparisons

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2014 Jeep Grand CherokeeReview
ajgallo1 writes:
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Very happy with our purchase. This grand Cherokee trail package has a great leather interior and features as the Overland package but has more rugged tires as we wanted. 5* thank you cargurus!!! You made finding our truck easy and stress free!!!

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KN14JGC writes:
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If you’re going to get any 2011-Up Jeep Grand Cherokee, I suggest that you either buy a ‘14+, or if you do go with ‘11-‘13, it should be a steal on the price. That’s because they made some major improvements on the ‘14 model - the biggest being the 8-spd auto transmission, which will save you hundreds, if not thousands of dollars in gas over 5 years of ownership vs the auto transmissions on the ‘11-‘13’s. Other ‘14 improvements include a more digital dash, better headlights, and LED taillights. However, my biggest complaint with any new generation JGC is that you have to buy at least a “Limited“ trim model, or find a “unicorn” Laredo which was ordered from the factory with the off-road adventure package and the selec-trac system. Otherwise, you’re just as well off to buy any other AWD SUV - with the exception of the JGC’s likely higher ground clearance. Jeep needs to keep their off-road “roots” with their flagship family SUV, and put real off-road capability in any model that’s a 4x4. People shouldn’t have to buy a “posh” suburbanite grocery-getter package like the Limited trim in order to obtain some actual off-road capability. Jeep is not alone in this type of practice, and it’s a paradox and an oxymoron within the SUV world nowadays.

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2014 Jeep Grand CherokeeReview
Alan writes:
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I like everything about the Jeep...It has all the features I want...

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2014 Jeep Grand CherokeeReview
Guru94Z5N8 writes:
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Fully loaded super comfy. The diesel torque throws you back in the seat. I would not pass one of these up the 32mpg is a definite must to have

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Kenner0215 writes:
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Great revamp of the body style along with how all the interior out look is, very user friendly, also has amazing space!

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2014 Jeep Grand CherokeeReview
omar2016 writes:
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yes very cool i like it pretty quine and i like the interior

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2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee Review
Eugen says:
When I picked the 5.7l V8 for this Jeep I felt guilty. But my wife said: maybe this is the last time that you will be able to drive such a gas-guzzling dinosaur. So I did it. Unfortunately, I was not impressed. My Jaguar XK8 with the 4.2l V8 was running like a turbine- and used less gas. This V8 is unrefined. The car overall is nice. Not without flaws, especially in the electronic system (suddenly the whole dashboard went dead, sometimes erratic function of the screen or blackout- which means you cant control anything, especially no air con anymore. Annoying. The navigation system painfully dated and cumbersome. The 8-speed transmission worked flawless.)
vs2010 Volvo XC60
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  • Handling
  • Looks/Style
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  • Back Seats
  • Cargo Capacity
  • Family Car
  • Value
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Value Ranked 2010 Volvo XC60 better.
"Volvo really has the comfort and safety of the passenger in mind. You can see, feel, and experience this every day. If you are important to yourself, this is the better choice. If you are more interested in what others think- pick the Jeep."
Would Buy Ranked 2010 Volvo XC60 better.
"Smaller, more agile, less clumsy and pompous, but basically the same size inside. Just a cooler, more urban, modern car."
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2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee LimitedReview
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An Awesome Suv — 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 faulty pcv valve. I love this vehicle, it is amazing in the snow (4 wheel drive with Blizzak snow tires on during winter). Handling is incredible, this is one superb vehicle. Extremely comfortable, no blind spots (I have the backup camera). Very fair maintenance costs, 46,000 km (28,000 miles) as at Oct 2, 2015. I would buy this again, in a heartbeat.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Fantastic SUV, I love it, would buy it again. Great gas mileage, good power, note that this is a 3.6 liter V6, with 8 spd automatic.

Cons: Fairly expensive, but I bought a demonstrator, so the price was much more reasonable.

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2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee LimitedReview
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Affordable Quality — 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 lot of bang for the buck, and the reliability and fuel economy of the 3.6L Pentastar engine bring the Grand Cherokee a place in the daily commute as well as the family road trip.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Body, Fuel Economy, Cargo Space

Cons: Would love a V-8 with >25 MPG

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2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland 4WDReview
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Exceeded My Expectations —

The need familywise to move up in size from a 8 cylinder BMW sedan to a mid-size SUV was a difficult one to say the least. That said other than a few minor quibbles the Jeep Overland has exceeded my expectations. First it is a good looking vehicle and sleek for an SUV. It has all of the luxuries that we have had in other SUVs (Range Rover, Sequoia Platinum, ext.) plus a few extra that just come with the times. It is fun to drive although sport mode doesn't rival a V8 BMW in "Fun" factor it does more than I thought it would, such as using the air suspension to stiffen the ride and tighten the steering. It fully leverages the 8 speed transmission and cycles through the gears quickly with smooth precision. Overall, I am very happy with this car and would highly recommend it to some one who has two young kids in Hockey and need to transition to an SUV. Now for the quibbles: The electronic shifter is awful. Just because the technology is available doesn't mean that you have to use it. Ask Mercedes and their terrible shifter ideas. Other than that the only other issue I have is that I wish they kept the back glass access option. That is such a great feature when you are trying to get every last bit of space out of the trunk area.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Look, ride, power, technology, luxury

Cons: Shifter, Shifter, Shifter, back window access would have been nice especially when you have something in tow and can't access the rear through tailgate.

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2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee Reviews

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I have a Laredo that comes with a lot of safety features. The inside is beautiful. The cloth seats are so comfortable. I think it’s a great car for the price range. Read More

2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee Reviews

Review By Guru92R3MS

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2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee Reviews

Review By Guru9RLCJT

This car’s features are really good but lacks on a few things unless you upgrade to the Limited or Overland edition. The seats are leather trimmed but has a suede material in the center. Full leather ... Read More

Review By Guru92Y6HP

Real nice vehicle drives really well highly recommend for everyone Read More

2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee Reviews

Review By Larry

It was perfect! I looked at several hundred other vehicles and picked this one! Read More

Review By Chris

Color inside and out. Low miles. Great price. Car Details were great. Read More

2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee Reviews

Review By Guru92S3H1

The Jeep is Great! Everything I was looking for, This was a total online transaction. It went off without any problems Read More

Review By dangr1973

Has both luxury and durability. Great vehicle Read More

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