of the 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee. Base trim shown.
From the Cars.com Vehicle Test Team
- Much improved ride and handling
- Three engine choices
- Four driveline choices
- Remains reasonably priced
- Safety options priced individually
- Quadra-Drive II an offroad star
- Fuel economy
- No stability system with RWD
- Many Laredo options are packaged
- Navigation system is not touchscreen
Three levels of 4WD
Choice of V-6 or two different V-8s
Optional navigation system
Optional DVD video system
Automatic high-/low-beam headlight option
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Owned this car for 13 years; very reliable
I owned a Jeep Grand Cherokee ('05) model for 13 years, and it was a very reliable and inexpensive car for me to own. It was my primary car, and was used for commuting and driving my family around. ... Read full review
Very reliable car!
This car can take a lot of miles and still perform great! The deaign is awesome! It has a lot of room for customization, I added chrome rims and it looks awesome! Read full review