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Is a 2005 Jeep Cherokee a good vehicle?

The car was a great vehicle to meet my needs. I loved how seamless and smooth the 4wd system was. Always had good traction and power, especially when paired with the V8 hemi engine.

How long will a 2005 Jeep Cherokee last?

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.

Are there any recalls on 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee?

Recall no. Chrysler Group LLC (Chrysler) is recalling certain model year 2005-2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee vehicles manufactured February 11, 2004, through March 9, 2010; and 2006-2010 Jeep Commander vehicles manufactured January 31, 2005, through March 10, 2010. Chrysler’s recall campaign number is N23.

Does a 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee have a timing belt or chain?

All 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee engines have a timing chain and are interference.

What is the value of a 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee?

2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee Retail Prices

Trim MSRP CarGurus Instant Market Value
Laredo $27,050 $6,400
Laredo 4WD $29,020 $6,799
Limited $32,675 $6,234
Limited 4WD $35,265 $8,240

Is the Jeep Grand Cherokee a hemi car?

From the Archive: Yeah, it’s got a Hemi. From the November 2004 issue of Car and Driver.

Is the 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee a good car?

I bought my 05 Grand Cherokee Limited 4.7 4×4 about a year ago and I’m still quite happy with my decision. The 4.7 has all the power I need and is surprisingly good on gas for a V8 (depending on your driving habits).

What kind of transmission does a 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee have?

The 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee is a rugged SUV that’s comfortable and reliable. The Pentastar V6 has plenty of power, and the 5 speed transmission with selectable gering makes getting onto the highway a breeze.

Is the Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 4 wheel drive?

Not that many owners do, of course, but our Grand Cherokee Limited 4WD wore a proud “Trail Rated” badge to reassure the faithful that four-wheel-drive versions will still slog through conditions that would stop a tank.