2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee Specs, Price, MPG & Reviews | Cars.com (2022)

A Jeep with a Hemi?

Now that’s a novel idea, particularly a 330-horsepower Hemi V-8 with cylinder displacement, which allows it to shut itself down to just four cylinders to save gasoline during highway cruising.

The latest rendention of Chrysler’s legendary Hemi-type engines is offered as the top upgrade for the redesigned Grand Cherokee, which made its debut this past fall as a 2005 model.

The newest Grand Cherokee, available with not only the 5.7-liter Hemi but also a base V-6 or a midlevel 4.7-liter V-8, represents the third generation of the modern, unibody SUV that Chrysler introduced in 1992.

The most radical change is the addition of the Hemi to the lineup. (Even more power is coming this fall with the introduction of the 2006 Grand Cherokee SRT-8 model — with a 6.1-liter Hemi V-8 cranking out 415 horsepower.)

For 2005, the Grand Cherokee’s styling has updated, but the changes are subtle so the vehicle still looks like a Grand Cherokee. Still missing, though, is a third row of seating, which has become almost a requirement for SUVs in this class.

Instead, Jeep will introduce an all-new SUV later this year that is a bit larger than the Grand Cherokee, and which has a third seat. Based on the current Grand Cherokee, but with boxier exterior styling, that vehicle will be called the Commander.

The new Grand Cherokee’s Hemi V-8 engine is similar to the ones used in other DaimlerChrysler vehicles, rated at 330 horsepower and 375 foot-pounds of torque.

In our test vehicle, the 2005 Grand Cherolee Limited model with four-wheel drive (base price $34,045 plus $645 freight), the Hemi engine was a $1,245 upgrade, which also included electronic limited-slip front and rear axles, and an upgrade to Jeep’s Quadra-Drive II four-wheel-drive system from the midlevel Quadra-Trac II system that is included in the base Limited price.

The limited-slip differentials are part of a package designed to help make this Grand Cherokee as off-road capable as it can be — the hallmark of a real Jeep.

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For serious off-roading, the Quadra-Drive II system is best. It includes a full-time transfer case with electronic limited-slip differentials in the front, center and rear. The midlevel system, Quadra-Trac II, has an electronic-locking center differential in the two-speed transfer case (the same one used in the Quadra-Drive system), but no locks for the front and rear axles.

For those who live in snow country and just need basic four-wheel drive there is the Quara-Trac I system, which is full-time four-wheel drive but with no two-speed transfer case. This one can’t be put into low range for serious off-roading.

Those who don’t care about four-wheel drive — such as most consumers in Texas — can opt for two-wheel-drive versions of the Grand Cherokee, which are less-expensive but not as versatile.

Chrysler says the Quadra-Drive II system on our Hemi test vehicle combines the NV245 full-time transfer case from the Quadra-Trac II system with those electronic limited-slip differentials “for best-in-class tractive performance.”

The system is designed to detect when a drive wheel begins slipping, and then to re-distribute engine torque to whichever wheels still have traction. In some cases, Chrysler says, the system will even anticipate low traction and adjust itself accordingly.

With the Quadra-Drive II system, there is a lever on the shift console that puts the vehicle into low range. And here is a plus for those with motorhomes: The transfer case can be shifted into “neutral” so the Grand Cherokee can be towed behind the motorhome with all four wheels on the ground.

Chrysler says the Quadra-Drive II system uses electronically controlled clutch packs to lock each axle automatically, as needed.

These electronic lockers aren’t quite as good as the simple locking front, center and rear differentials found in many modified Jeep CJs and other serious off-road vehicles, but for a car equipped at the factory, it’s a very good arrangement.

To address one of the biggest complaints with the prior Grand Cherokee models — that they were too cramped inside — the new generation is bigger and roomier, although not drastically so.

The new model is 3.3 inches longer than before, and an inch wider. But there is some loss of headroom, as the new one is 1.7 inches shorter. It has what Chrysler calls a “reduced glass-to-body” ratio, which means there is less glass area. That comes primarily from lowering the roof.

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This has more to do with stability that esthetics, however. Lowering the roof brings the car closer to the ground and reduces its propensity to roll in a sharp turn.

The new Grand Cherokee’s base engine is the same 3.7-liter V-6 used in the compact Jeep Liberty SUV, which has 210 horsepower — up 15 from the 4.0-liter inline six-cylinder that served as base engine in the previous Grand Cherokee, including the one in my garage.

That inline six-cylinder had been a mainstay of the Grand Cherokee from the beginning, carried over from the Cherokee. The Liberty’s V-6 has proven itself to be more reliable.

Carried over from the previous model was the midlevel 4.7-liter V-8 engine, rated at 235 horsepower. Most Grand Cherokee owners probably will choose this engine, as it will offer the best value for the money.

To help with fuel economy, the Hemi comes with a system the Multi-Displacement System, which deactivates half of the cylinders during cruising and light acceleration to increase fuel economy by up to 20 percent, depending on driving conditions, Chrysler says.

Fuel-economy ratings for our Hemi model were 14 miles per gallon in the city and 19 mpg on the highway, compared with 15 city/20 highway for the smaller 4.7-liter V-8. Surprisingly, the V-6 doesn’t do much better; the ratings are 16 city/21 highway.

An all-new five-speed automatic transmission comes with the 3.7-liter V-6, while the five-speed automatic from the previous model carried over to the new models with V-8 engines. Chrysler had to use different transmissions because the one for the V-6 wasn’t able to handle the torque of the two V-8s.

These transmissions feature electronic range-select shift control, Chrysler says, which shifts automatically in the “drive” position, but allows the driver to shift manually by moving the shifter left and right from the “drive” position (no clutch, though). Although our test model started at nearly $35,000 and, with options, carried a sticker price of $41,385 (including freight), V-6 base Laredo models begin as low as $26,775 (including freight). That is $1,780 less than the starting price of the 2004 model.

The Laredo models come with the V-6 engine, while the Limited models get the 4.7-liter V-8. The Hemi can be added only to the Limited model, and only with four-wheel drive. The big engine isn’t offered in two-wheel-drive models.

Standard features on the Laredo include 17-inch satin-silver wheels, power windows/mirrors/door locks with remote, cruise control, four-wheel antilock disc brakes, four-way power driver seat with driver and passenger lumbar adjustment, and a tire-pressure monitoring system.

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With the Limited model, extras include power adjustable pedals with memory; rain-sensing automatic windshield wipers; leather-wrapped tilt steering wheel;

electrochromatic rearview mirror; six-way power driver and four-way power front passenger seat; dual-zone automatic climate control; AM/FM/compact-disc audio system with six-disc in-dash changer and MP3 playback, along with a Boston Acousics premium six-speaker system and 276-watt digital amplifier; and leather interior.

Options on our test vehicle, besides the Hemi engine and locking axles, included a “preferred package” ($1,925), which added electronic stability control, power sunroof, hands-free communications, and SmartBeam headlights; an electronic information group ($1,200), which tacked on an overhead rear console and rear entertailment system; a four-by-four equipment package ($595), which brought underbody skid plates, tow hooks and off-road tires; a navigation system with six-disc MP3-capable CD changer ($1,245); Sirius satellite radio ($195); rear back-up alarm system ($255); and a tire-pressure monitoring system display ($85).

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G. Chambers Williams III is staff automotive columnist for the San Antonio Express-News and former transportation writer for the Star-Telegram. His automotive columns have appeared regularly in the Star-Telegram since 1995. Contact him at (210) 250-3236; chambers@star-telegram.com.

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2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee

The package: Midsize, four-door, rear- or four-wheel-drive, five-passenger, six-cylinder or V-8 powered sport-utility.

Highlights: The third generation of Jeep’s unibody SUV debuted for 2005, a bit larger than before and with more luxury features and more available power — including a Hemi V-8. The base engine now is the same V-6 from the Liberty.

Negatives: Poor fuel economy, even with the V-6 (but typical for this class of vehicle); no third row of seating offered.

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Engine: 3.7-liter V-6, 4.7-liter V-8, 5.7-liter Hemi V-8.

Transmission: 5-speed automatic.

Power/torque: 210 hp/235 foot-pounds; 230 hp/290 foot-pounds (4.7-liter), 330 hp./370 foot-pounds (Hemi).

Length: 186.6 inches.

Curb weight: 4,2,54-4,665 lbs.

Brakes, front/rear: Disc/disc, antilock.

EPA fuel economy: 14 miles per gallon city/19 highway (Hemi V-8; 15 city/20 highway (4.7-liter V-8); 16 city/21 highway )V-6).

Major competitors: Ford Explorer, Chevrolet TrailBlazer/GMC Envoy, Toyota 4Runner, Nissan Pathfinder, Dodge Durango.

Base price range: $26,130-$34,045 plus $645 freight.

Price as tested: $41,385, including freight (Limited four-wheel drive with Hemi engine and options).

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On the Road rating: **** (four stars out of five; points off for poor fuel economy and lack of available third-row seating).

Prices shown are manufacturer’s suggested retail; actual selling price may vary according to manufacturer and/or dealer rebates, discounts and incentives.

FAQs

How many miles is a 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee Good For? ›

Recommended Jeep Grand Cherokee Service Intervals

We know the answer to, “How many miles can a Jeep Grand Cherokee last?” is around 200,000 miles.

Is Jeep Grand Cherokee fuel efficient? ›

The Jeep Grand Cherokee gets decent gas mileage. The 2021 model gets 19 miles per gallon in the city and 26 miles per gallon on the highway, which is an average fuel economy for a car of that size.

How long do 2005 Jeep Cherokees last? ›

The Jeep Cherokee is known for its longevity and can last anywhere between 200,000 – 400,000 KM. That's an incredible lifespan for a vehicle. Your Jeep Cherokee can easily last between 15-20 years if well maintained, even with lots of driving and adventure.

What is considered high mileage for a Grand Cherokee? ›

What is this? Looking at the data above, we can say that a Jeep Grand Cherokee can provide you up to 300,000 miles of use. In fact, there are even those that can reach more than 300K. Nevertheless, professionals suggest that it is best to purchase a Grand Cherokee that has less than 300,000 mileage.

Are jeeps expensive to maintain? ›

Despite its rough-and-tumble image, Jeeps are known as a relatively reliable brand, and the average Jeep will cost you about $634 per year to maintain, slightly more than average for a major brand.

Is the Jeep Grand Cherokee a reliable car? ›

The Jeep Grand Cherokee Reliability Rating is 3.5 out of 5.0, which ranks it 15th out of 26 for midsize SUVs. The average annual repair cost is $666 which means it has average ownership costs.

What year Jeep Grand Cherokee has the best gas mileage? ›

The 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Now Gets the Best Fuel Economy in Its Class.

Which Jeep Grand Cherokee gets best gas mileage? ›

2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee Gas Mileage by trim level

Jeep drivers and shoppers near Cincinnati, OH, will find the Laredo trim level comes equipped with the 3.6L V6 engine and can produce an EPA-estimated 19 city and 26 highway mpg, which is the most fuel efficient in the lineup.

Which Jeep gets the best mpg? ›

Prior to 2022, the Jeep with the best gas mileage was either the Jeep Renegade or the Jeep Cherokee. Today, the Jeep with the best gas mileage is the Jeep Wrangler 4xe. As Jeep's first plug-in hybrid vehicle (PHEV), the Wrangler 4xe gets up to 49 mpg when the battery and the engine work in unison.

At what mileage do Jeeps start having problems? ›

Jeep models are known to last well over 100,000 miles. A well-maintained Jeep Wrangler can last for up to 400,000 miles. Most cars start having serious problems at 100,000 miles.

Are jeeps reliable after 100k? ›

They are known to last a long time, so even a vehicle with over 100,000 miles on it is still an excellent option to purchase. Most Jeep Wrangler drivers are not concerned about high mileage since the vehicle provides excellent performance.

Which Jeep is the most reliable? ›

Let's take a look at some reliable Jeep vehicles.
  • Jeep Wrangler Unlimited. The Jeep Wrangler may give a rough ride on the pavement and lack a plush interior, but if you're looking for a supreme off-road machine, the Wrangler is a best bet. ...
  • Jeep Gladiator. ...
  • Jeep Grand Cherokee. ...
  • Jeep Renegade. ...
  • Jeep Compass.
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What is the life expectancy of a Jeep Grand Cherokee? ›

According to Southside Dodge, a Jeep Grand Cherokee could last up to 20 years as a durable option. It's a well-built model with longevity in mind, unlike sport cats that quickly cycle out of style.

How many miles can a Jeep Cherokee go on a full tank? ›

2021 Jeep Cherokee Driving Range

With a fuel economy rating of an EPA-estimated 23 city and 31 highway mpg and a maximum fuel tank capacity of 15.8 gallons, the 2021 Jeep Cherokee can put out around 363.4 city miles and 489.8 highway miles per tank of gas.

How reliable are old Jeep Cherokees? ›

Jeep Cherokee Ratings Overview

The Jeep Cherokee Reliability Rating is 3.5 out of 5. It ranks 15th out of 32 for all car brands.

Are Jeeps good on gas? ›

Take note that these 27 miles per gallon are the combined city and highway driving average. Even though 27 miles per gallon isn't all that great, for a Jeep, it makes a huge difference.
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These Jeep Models Have The Best Mileage.
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Why are Jeep prices so high? ›

The market has a high demand for SUVs, and Jeep can price theirs higher because they are fewer of them on the market than other SUVs. That also reduces the supply of used Jeeps. Of all the automakers producing SUVs, Jeep is the only one that has V8 and diesel options for some of its vehicles, like the Grand Cherokee.

Are Jeep parts hard to get? ›

Parts will be readily available and easy to find from junkyards or Jeep forums, so you should not have a problem sourcing what you need to do a restoration.

What years did Jeep Grand Cherokee have transmission problems? ›

Recall to the Transmission

It was only related to those vehicles made between July 16, 2012 and December 22, 2015. In these vehicles, all of which had an 8-speed automatic transmission and a monostable gear selector, there are concerns with the vehicle shifting out of the park position.

What year is the most reliable Jeep Cherokee? ›

The best years for the Jeep Cherokee include those from 2018 and 2020. These have fewer problems and have the highest owner ratings. Be wary of Cherokees from 2016 and 2017, as well as post-refresh models from 2019 over a few hiccups concerning a new engine option.

Is Jeep Grand Cherokee High maintenance? ›

A Jeep Grand Cherokee will cost about $10,484 for maintenance and repairs during its first 10 years of service. This is more than the industry average for popular SUV models by $1,351. There is also a 31.13% chance that a Grand Cherokee will require a major repair during that time.

Are Jeep Cherokee good on gas? ›

The Cherokee has among the worst fuel economy in its compact crossover-and-SUV segment, according to both the EPA and our real-world testing. The most fuel-efficient version features the turbocharged four-cylinder that tops out at 23 mpg city and 31 highway.

What is the average mile per gallon for Jeep Grand Cherokee? ›

Jeep has manufactured models of Grand Cherokee 4WD for 28 years. They average 16.5 combined miles per gallon, with the latest 2020 Grand Cherokee 4WD above average at 21 combined MPG.

How big is the gas tank on a Jeep Grand Cherokee? ›

The Jeep Grand Cherokee is expected to have a fuel tank size of 24.6 gallons. A vehicle should equip a fuel tank with the perfect capacity to match its full ability, and what it is able to do out on the road.

What is considered good gas mileage? ›

Generally, a good rule of thumb for gas mileage nowadays is to make sure you are getting at least 23 MPG combined city and highway. However, there are all kinds of factors that will affect the mileage you get and how efficient your vehicle will be.

Which Jeep vehicle is the most awarded SUV ever? ›

Jeep® Grand Cherokee is the most awarded SUV ever and the vehicle that has long defined what a premium SUV should be.

Are jeeps good in the snow? ›

Jeeps are built to withstand and handle extreme weather conditions. With special winter tires, extra ground clearance, and all-wheel-drives or four-wheel-drives, Jeeps can get you safely across muddy ruts, snowdrifts, and slippery road surfaces.

How can I make my Jeep more fuel-efficient? ›

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Is Jeep a gas guzzler? ›

Some Jeeps with larger engines like the Grand Cherokee or Wrangler have a less than stellar reputation for gas consumption. Luckily, Jeep offers more compact models in its lineup that can get an improved mileage rate than those of yesteryear. Take the Jeep Renegade for instance.

What is Quadra Drive II? ›

The available Quadra-Drive® II with rear electronic limited slip differential is a full-time 4x4 system so it's always active. It is our most advanced 4x4 system and delivers superior all-weather capability by transferring up to 100% of available torque to a single rear wheel if needed.

What year Jeeps have problems? ›

It needs to be emphasized that the 2007-2008 and 2012-2014 model year Wranglers should be avoided at all costs. This is due to their hefty repair costs, poorly designed interior, and underpowered engine.

How many miles will a 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee last? ›

A well-maintained 2006 Grand Cherokee can last around 200,000 miles, which is about 150,000 less than top competitors like the Toyota 4Runner.

How many miles will a 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee last? ›

Can last a lifetime. If taken care of maintenance wise engine can last 350,000 to 500,000 miles. The 4.0 - 6 cylinder can be noisy but that is the way they are, great motor been around a long long time.

Are Jeep engines reliable? ›

New Jeep models with the 3.6-liter and 3.8-liter Pentastar engine are reliable options, but the 3.6-liter still surpasses the 3.8-liter in reliability and performance and is overall an excellent and dependable engine. Jeeps are often said to be reliable long-term vehicles.

Is Jeep 3.8 engine reliable? ›

Anyways, the Chrysler & Jeep 3.8 V6 engine does offer solid reliability. No engine is perfect, though. Some are always bound to have bad experiences while other engines last 250,000+ miles. It's also an older engine, which can bring along more concerns over reliability and engine problems.

What is a good mileage for a used car? ›

To determine whether a car has reasonable mileage, you can simply multiply 12,000 by its age. That means good mileage for a car that's 5 years old is 60,000. Significantly more or fewer miles could indicate a problem or trouble in the future.

What Jeep motor is best? ›

4.0L I6. Of all the Jeep engines in all the world, the 4.0L inline six-cylinder is by far the most famous.

Are jeeps cheap to fix? ›

Jeep Wranglers are easy and cheap to maintain because while the engine is modern, the drivetrain and suspension are simple. The traditional layout of the internal components means labor doesn't take long, either.

What are common problems with 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee? ›

8 of the Most Common 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee Problems
  • Overheating and Radiator Failures. ...
  • Overheating Front Heated Seats. ...
  • Airbags Fail to Deploy or Deploy Spontaneously. ...
  • Fuel Tank Skid Plate Falls Off. ...
  • Front End Shaking After Bumps. ...
  • Electrical Shorts and Melting Wires. ...
  • Seat Not Remaining Secure. ...
  • Spontaneous Stalling.
26 Jan 2021

Who makes Jeep? ›

Jeep is a brand of American automobiles that is a division of Chrysler Group LLC, a consolidated subsidiary of Italian multinational automaker Fiat. The former Chrysler Corporation acquired the Jeep brand, along with the remaining assets of its owner American Motors, in 1987.

What does Jeep Grand Cherokee WK mean? ›

What's the Difference? The WK is simply a continuation of the last-generation Grand Cherokee, which first went on sale in 2011, and is still being sold alongside the new model.

How much gas does it take to fill a Jeep Grand Cherokee? ›

24.6 gallons

How many miles does 13 gallon of gas get you? ›

100 Step:
1 Gallon =25 Miles50 Miles
9 Gallon =225 Miles250 Miles
11 Gallon =275 Miles300 Miles
13 Gallon =325 Miles350 Miles
15 Gallon =375 Miles400 Miles
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How far can I drive on empty? ›

Depending on the type of car you have, you can drive anywhere from 30 miles to 50 miles on empty. Keep your car's gas tank 1/4 of the way full or fuller to avoid these risks: Overheating. When your gas tank gets too low the fuel filter is no longer covered in gas which can cause it to overheat and damage your oil pump.

Are Jeep Cherokees expensive to fix? ›

A Jeep Cherokee will cost about $10,244 for maintenance and repairs during its first 10 years of service. This is more than the industry average for popular SUV models by $1,111. There is also a 31.13% chance that a Cherokee will require a major repair during that time.

Are Jeep Cherokees good in snow? ›

If you want to confidently tackle Pennsylvania roads in the wintertime, look no further than the 2019 Jeep Cherokee. The new Jeep Cherokee offers best-in-class all-weather capability that makes this the right Jeep SUV for snowy and icy conditions.

Why are Jeep Grand Cherokees popular? ›

The Jeep Grand Cherokee's ability to tackle on- and off-road demands, along with its towing prowess, earned it praise from both owners and Cars.com experts. In a Cars.com 2019 Grand Cherokee review, we praised the SUV's maximum towing capacity of 7,200 pounds, which significantly topped its competition.

How long do Jeep Grand Cherokee engines last? ›

Some earlier Grand Cherokee models last beyond 200,000 miles, while others meet their makers around 150,000 miles. Also, newer models, such as the 2011 Grand Cherokee, have lasted longer than 300,000 miles.

How many miles will a 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee last? ›

Can last a lifetime. If taken care of maintenance wise engine can last 350,000 to 500,000 miles. The 4.0 - 6 cylinder can be noisy but that is the way they are, great motor been around a long long time.

How many miles does a Jeep Grand Cherokee Get per tank? ›

2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee Driving Range

Jeep drivers and shoppers near Cincinnati, OH, will be able to get around 467.4 city miles and around 639.6 highway miles with the standard EPA-estimated 19 city and 26 highway mpg rating and the 24.6-gallon fuel tank.

How many miles will a 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee last? ›

In Terms of Mileage

Some of the early models have been reported to work fine at upwards of 200,000 miles, while others might top out closer to 150,000. A few models – for example, the 2011 – have been reported still ready to burn the pavement at over 300,000 miles.

At what mileage do Jeeps start having problems? ›

Jeep models are known to last well over 100,000 miles. A well-maintained Jeep Wrangler can last for up to 400,000 miles. Most cars start having serious problems at 100,000 miles.

Do Jeep Grand Cherokees have transmission problems? ›

There have been a number of transmission problems reported to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) regarding the Jeep Grand Cherokee for many years.

How reliable are old Jeep Cherokees? ›

Jeep Cherokee Ratings Overview

The Jeep Cherokee Reliability Rating is 3.5 out of 5. It ranks 15th out of 32 for all car brands.

Is the Jeep 4.7 a good engine? ›

All things considered, the 4.7L PowerTech/Magnum engine is pretty reliable. However, it's only getting older so many potential issues become fair game. Maintain your Chrysler 4.7 PowerTech well and it should reward you with sound reliability.

What causes death wobble in a Jeep Grand Cherokee? ›

Some of the most common causes of the death wobble include poorly installed suspension parts or loose or damaged steering components. If you have modified your Jeep's suspension or other components, you may be more likely to experience the death wobble. However, stock Jeeps are not immune to such a phenomenon.

What are common problems with 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee? ›

8 of the Most Common 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee Problems
  • Overheating and Radiator Failures. ...
  • Overheating Front Heated Seats. ...
  • Airbags Fail to Deploy or Deploy Spontaneously. ...
  • Fuel Tank Skid Plate Falls Off. ...
  • Front End Shaking After Bumps. ...
  • Electrical Shorts and Melting Wires. ...
  • Seat Not Remaining Secure. ...
  • Spontaneous Stalling.
26 Jan 2021

What year Jeep Grand Cherokee has the best gas mileage? ›

The 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Now Gets the Best Fuel Economy in Its Class.

Which Jeep Grand Cherokee gets the best gas mileage? ›

The new Grand Cherokee 4xe plug-in hybrid gets the best gas mileage, of course. The EPA estimates an equivalency of 57 mpg combined, using the full electric drive range. The V-6 gets 18 mpg city, 25 highway, 21 combined, with four-wheel drive in both the two-row and three-row versions.

What Jeep gets the best gas mileage? ›

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  • Jeep Cherokee.

What does Jeep Grand Cherokee WK mean? ›

What's the Difference? The WK is simply a continuation of the last-generation Grand Cherokee, which first went on sale in 2011, and is still being sold alongside the new model.

Who makes Jeep? ›

Jeep is a brand of American automobiles that is a division of Chrysler Group LLC, a consolidated subsidiary of Italian multinational automaker Fiat. The former Chrysler Corporation acquired the Jeep brand, along with the remaining assets of its owner American Motors, in 1987.

How many miles can you get out of a Jeep Cherokee? ›

The current, fifth-generation Jeep Cherokee is able to reach 175,000 to 200,000 miles and two decades of longevity.

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