There are so many ways this could have been wrong, or terrible, or downright embarrassing to watch. But Tag Sethi’s YouTube rap about buying a Jeep Grand Cherokee that turned out to be a lemon is actually hilarious, and I’m having trouble getting it out of my head.
The Jeep Grand Cherokee is a swanky off-roader that looks just at home in a farmer’s field as it does in front of a country club. What do you need to know before you buy a Jeep Grand Cherokee? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in the Ultimate Buyer’s Guide.
Before you stick your tongue out and spit at another overpowered high-riding 4WD, consider the business case for a 707-horsepower Hellcat-style Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk. Modern muscle cars are selling. SUVs are even more popular. Everybody loves Jeep. And what better way to increase margins than to spice up an…
Declaring that Chrysler acted with “reckless or wanton disregard for human life in the design or sale” of the Jeep Grand Cherokee and its fire-prone fuel tank, a Georgia jury on Thursday ordered the automaker to pay $150 million to the family of a 4-year old boy who burned to death in after a crash in 2012.
This poor motorist must have been having the worst day of his life, because it looks like failing to get his new Jeep Grand Cherokee out of a snowy parking space pushed him right over the edge and into a blind rage.
Massive ignition switch-related recalls: all the kids are doing it. Even Chrysler, who today announced the recall of 792,300 older Jeep models worldwide to fix some very familiar ignition switch issues.
The summer of recalls rolls on, and it's not just limited to General Motors' cars. Chrysler announced today they will recall nearly 900,000 SUVs over fire concerns after federal officials upgraded their investigation into the problem.
About a year ago, Chrysler issued "Recall N23" to sort a software problem on the Jeep Grand Cherokee and Jeep Commander. But a group of vocal owners claim their SUVs lost low-range as a result of the "fix," and have been battling Chrysler Corporate over it for months.
Jeep is planning world domination of the SUV market over the next five years with the 2014 Renegade, an all-new replacement for the Compass and Patriot in 2016, redesigns of the Wrangler and Grand Cherokee in 2017, and a Suburban-sized SUV reviving the Grand Wagoneer badge in 2018.
When Patrick posted a 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee video from Regular Car Reviews, I saw a video clip I hadn't seen in years: The reveal of the original 1993 ZJ at the 1992 North American International Auto Show.
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Chrysler says they won't abide by a NHTSA request that they recall 2.7 million Jeep Grand Cherokee and Liberty SUVs. Someone get the popcorn.
If you're gonna hang out with a bunch of car enthusiasts in Austin, you've gotta do it at some food trailers. I think it's a city ordinance.
We're big fans of SRT chief Ralph Gilles for his no-nonsense style and purveyance of insanely powerful American cars. And like any responsible executive, he needs to sample his own wares from time to time — which is exactly what he does when he pilots this Jeep around Austin's Circuit of the Americas.
As he showed off the refreshed Jeep Grand Cherokee and Jeep Compass this morning (but not the new Jeep Liberty, which I really hope will stay as just a jacked up Alfa Romeo Giulieta because I'd totally fucking buy that), Jeep CEO and president Mike Manley made a surprising admission: Jeep now cares about the vehicles…
There was once a time when there was scarcely a Chrysler product that wasn't a Jeep Wrangler or a Ram worth recommending to a normal person. And then the new Grand Cherokee debuted. An immediate hit with an exterior that was Jeep-tough yet refined with performance to match. For 2014 there's no dramatic redesign, just…
A month ago, Swedish car magazine Teknikens Värld tested the Jeep Grand Cherokee with its famous "moose test," an evasive maneuver simulation. The SUV failed miserably, standing up on two wheels as it negotiated a tight turn.
A brand new Camaro SS Convertible will do 0-to-60 MPH in roughly 4.8 seconds. The brand new SRT8 Jeep Grand Cherokee will do it in about the same time. I knew that. The young woman in the Camaro SS next to me looking to sprint down the mostly abandoned section of rural Texas highway clearly didn't.