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Old August 23rd, 2011, 01:02 PM   #1
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Default 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee 108k - 4500 obo 4x4 4.0

Here we have an excellent vehicle. A 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee. I have seen others in the same shape or worse than this one for 5000 and up. The vehicle only has about 108,000 on it but will go up slowly. It has the 4.0 inline 6(NOT A V6 FOR THOSE IDIOTS WHO KEEP POSTING V6 4.0) and a 242 transfercase. The vehicle runs great and only has a few minor issues. The front windows need the window mechanism fixed, and the steering wheel needs to be pulled and realigned. 4x4 works great in 4hi and 4lo. Typical gas mileage is around 18 city and about 22 freeway, if you drive it really soft it can get even better. The tires are in decent shape. Has new spark plugs. I have owned quite a few Jeeps and everyone of them has lasted me well into the 200,000s. Don't miss out on a great vehicle. SAVE $$$$$ BY PURCHASING A 4x4 BEFORE THE WINTER RUSH!!!! Exterior has ZERO RUST. Vehicle came from MD. Exterior has one dent on the right side, and the front bumper is scraped/dented on the front right of it.




Price is 4500 obo.

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Interested, but why do the windows need to be fixed and the steering wheel is off kilter? Why was the steering wheel pulled?
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Interested, but why do the windows need to be fixed and the steering wheel is off kilter? Why was the steering wheel pulled?
Previous owner........the windows are stuck up and don't roll down. Steering wheel off center, I couldn't tell you why it is. But it needs to be fixed. I drive this thing everyday and we take on trips. Has its problems. thats why it's only at 4500 obo.
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Think I could take a look at it sat or Sunday?
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Prob window reg's and an Alignment, Looks like a great Jeep...any interest in trades?
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Prob window reg's and an Alignment, Looks like a great Jeep...any interest in trades?
Only for a great 4 banger i.e. Focus, Civic, etc. etc. +cash depending on trade.
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