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2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT 8 (4x4) review

If you are a V8 or muscle car fan, but love the practicality of a SUV, then step this way, I have found a car you might want to check out: The 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT. Since I was a kid, I was brought up in a Holden-dominant family, which was what sparked my love for HSV. So as soon as I turned 18, I bought my first HSV; a ‘98 VT GTS...

2013 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited (4x4) review

Stepping into my new 2013 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited after years of driving a 2003 T30 Nissan X-Trail definitely highlighted the advancements that have swept through the car industry in the past 10 years...

2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo (4x2) review

If you've ever compared the market on mid-priced SUVs you will know its a hot segment, and the competition is growing in the area. When we purchased the Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo we had a reasonably flexible budget to work with and could afford to go up to a luxury SUV if we needed to get the mod cons and comfort we wanted...

2018 Jeep Compass Limited (4x4) review

I bought this car because I always wanted to own and drive a Jeep, and the diesel Compass ticked every box on paper. In driving and ownership for nine months, though, it's been a bit of a mixed bag. Performance is what you would expect from a diesel: a bit slow to get up to speed, but holds that speed at low RPM, which makes it very economical on the highway (consumption goes below 5L/100km)...

2013 Jeep Compass North (4x2) review

  I've owned my Jeep Compass North CVT 2013 MY14 from new since purchasing it in Cairns (not many Jeeps there by the way, not like here in Brisbane). We drove the Jeep all the way home too. Two drivers, short stops, and it never let us down. The cruise control and CVT helped a lot...

2016 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited (4x4) review

It's not the newest car on the market, and it's not the most advanced, but the Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited is still a great value-packed SUV that can be bought for almost next to nothing on the second-hand market. Okay, so we didn’t buy this Jeep second-hand. My parents bought it brand new on our first trip back to Canberra, not long after we moved interstate...

2013 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland (4x4) review

I bought my Jeep Grand Cherokee because it looked different to most 4x4s on the road and it had great style, comfort and driveability. I like the ease of operating the vehicle, particularly when on an open road using the adaptive cruise control, and the ride is excellent. However, my list of dislikes now outweighs the reasons I purchased the vehicle...

2016 Jeep Grand Cherokee 75th Anniversary (4x4) review

An impressive, reliable car held back by its reputation for customer service. The Jeep Grand Cherokee is the sort of car that commands a presence on the road. Its aggressive looks, unashamed size and its reputation for comfort make it an attractive option for people in the market for a large SUV...

2012 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sport (4x4) review

We were cutting back our vehicles from two to one, and were looking for a capable 4WD that was big enough to house our growing family, comfortable enough to drive every day, and be cheap to modify/fix if something went wrong. I like the rugged look of the vehicle and how it keeps its roots from the original Jeep...

2005 Jeep Wrangler Renegade Extreme Sport review

I recently fulfilled a long-time dream and bought a Jeep Wrangler. It has an interior you can hose out! Being a special edition it has a temperature gauge and compass in the rear-view mirror. Amazing technology. I wanted a four-seat convertible and it fits the bill perfectly...

1996 Jeep Wrangler Sport (4x4) review

My 1996 Jeep Wrangler, or TJ as it is known to enthusiasts' world (USA) wide, is a complete departure for me. As an avid car enthusiast I have owned a dozen cars in my twenty-something years long life and they have been varied and dissimilar with the only common feature being that they must entertain me...