This jeep was involved in a wreck by the previous owners, and I have noted this in another description. Salvage title is just a piece of paper, if you want a good jeep for a fair price, a salvage title vehicle may be good for you. If you really look hard the newly painted parts are slightly off, if this is a worry, this jeep isn't for you. This jeep is perfect for someone who wants to keep this for a while, and enjoy it. One day the LJ's will be a highly sought after vehicle. The ride much better and they have more room in the rear.
There are a few other flaws: there is a deep scratch in the roof that is about 2" long, not leaking, but worth mentioning. Also, there are some dog hairs in the carpet.. My vacuum was borrowed and not returned, so I have not been able to do this. The wheels have a bit of corrosion on the edges, and the jeep will need tires.
This has the hard to find hard top also, which can be valued at $1000-$1500 (or more), so take this into consideration when bidding. If you do not want the hardtop, I will credit you back $1000 for the top.
As far as the jeep runs and drives, there are no problems, the engine is very quiet and the transmission shifts as you expect (no problems). The 4 wheel drive works well. The A/C blows cold.
Overall this is a nice jeep and would be great for daily driving, off-roading, traveling, towing behind a motor home, around the farm or at the beach.
I am selling this jeep as-is and where-is with no warranty. You are welcome to email and ask for my phone number to discuss the jeep, or come to Charleston and take a look for yourself (best if you are serious).
I will assist with shipping, like take to a local terminal or help load, but that is it, the winning owner will need to handle all of the arrangements.
Please make sure you know what you are bidding on, so there are no misunderstandings.
The jeep is also listed locally, so it may end without notice, but I will honor a commitment with a non refundable deposit.
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Wed, 02 Oct 2013 09:31:00 EST
Software glitches that randomly illuminate warning lights and cause instrument cluster blackouts are forcing Chrysler to recall 140,800 vehicles, The Detroit News reports. The automaker is recalling 132,000 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokees, 91,559 of which are in the US. In addition to the Jeep recalls, Chrysler is adding 10,800 2014 Ram 1500, 2500 and 3500 trucks to the list for similar problems.
Fri, 27 Sep 2013 15:28:00 EST
Chrysler reportedly says, "Both events occurred infrequently and appeared to resolve themselves by tuning the vehicle's ignition off and then on."
Engineers discovered a problem with the anti-lock-braking system software that causes the instrument cluster display of the Grand Cherokee to illuminate warning lights and black out - even its ABS and electronic stability control systems are affected. To fix the Jeeps, Chrysler will update the vehicle's software.
On September 23, Automotive News reported that Chrysler had idled the second shift workers it hired just five weeks prior at its Toledo Assembly Complex to build the 2014 Jeep Cherokee. At the time, Chrysler said it had "built the critical number of vehicles we need to stock dealerships once containment is released" and did not want "to put additional strain on our logistics partners ... upon release." That reasoning was not only unusual, it didn't seem to make sense.
Tue, 15 Jul 2014 16:30:00 EST
It appears the center of the nine-speed issue is software, not hardware.
That same day, the Detroit News ran a piece claiming workers at the Toledo factory said the halt was due to issues with the Cherokee's transmission. It put the number of already-built Cherokees needing fixes at 1,000 and said that some of the workers not laid off had been instructed "to take the Jeep on long test-drives." That made more sense. Three days later, on September 26, Automotive News reported that the 500 workers laid off had been reinstated, with engineers "speeding repairs on the SUV's powertrain software." The AN piece didn't put a number on how many units are being fixed, but it did say that 12,000 have been built and are awaiting delivery to dealers. The best it could say about when dealers will get them, however, is that "progress on a fix is being made. It's unclear when shipments to dealers will start."
Jeep fans in Australia are none too happy with the off-road brand following a contest that saw ten new Cherokees sold for just $10,000 Australian (about $9,400), roughly a quarter of the vehicle's price Down Under.
The contest, called the "World's Most Remote Dealership," gave Aussies the chance to snag an ultra-affordable Cherokee Longitude (analogous to the US-spec Latitude trim), provided they could get to a secret dealership in the remote wilderness of western New South Wales, near the border with the state of South Australia.
In order to get the exact location of the dealership, though, potential customers needed to download an app, which would release a phone number 9:00 AM AEST on Thursday (7:00 PM EDT, Wednesday night). The first ten people who could call in and prove they could afford to finance $10,000 and get to the remote dealership, were given the location of the remote dealership.