Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland 2014

caribmike

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Jul 9, 2009
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Por motivo de viaje :) I am going to sell my 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland. This will be in between September to October 2022.

So, if you are planning to buy a car let me know. Asking price is 25000 USD negotiable.


The other beauty beneath is my Landrover Discovery from 2000. This needs a complete restoration. Engine is fine (from Ford). You can pick it up at a taller in Santiago for 2000 USD.


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DR Solar

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If you would please regarding the Overland.
What's the mileage?
This have the 6.2 (?) Engine that requires premium gasoline?
Does it have the factory tow package?
Service records... sort of? Tires?

We have a 2013 Overland with the Hemi and tow package + and love it. A tank on steroids even when pulling a trailer.
 

caribmike

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Jul 9, 2009
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If you would please regarding the Overland.
What's the mileage?
This have the 6.2 (?) Engine that requires premium gasoline?
Does it have the factory tow package?
Service records... sort of? Tires?

We have a 2013 Overland with the Hemi and tow package + and love it. A tank on steroids even when pulling a trailer.
Mileage will be 100,000 miles +/- 2000 in September. I do not drive it a lot since I work from home. I got it in 2017 with 70000 miles on.
It has the 3.6 engine but I use only premium anyways.
No tow package.
I did change oil every 5000 miles at max, sometimes earlier. Tires are new, I changed them like 3 month ago.
 

william webster

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In Canada/US, I drove my '12 to 65,000 or so.

My godson has it now - still going strong.
It was the Hemi.... they throttle back to 4 cyl on the hiway when cruising ... not that greedy on gas

The 3.6 might be better here
 
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