Not sure about FCA reliability, but the Cherokee actually feels much better to drive than I originally imagined it to be. The 9-speed automatic isn't half bad, either. Check out my full review on my blog! thevirtualcarconnection.com/2018/08/22/2019-jeep-cherokee-review/

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    • 刘耀文
      刘耀文

      I like this car very much, but I am worried that there will be problems with the engine or the circuit after I bought it. Do you have any good suggestions for me?

      about 4 months ago
    • Hayden Parker
      Hayden Parker In reply to 刘耀文

      Some 2017/2018 CR-Vs have oil dilution. gas gets into the oil. honda doesn't have a fix for it yet, as we have a 2018. we have to take it to the dealer every three weeks to change the oil

      about 4 months ago
    • 刘耀文
      刘耀文 In reply to 刘耀文

      +bokkey45 Thank you for your suggestion Thank ,

      about 4 months ago
    • bokkey45
      bokkey45 In reply to 刘耀文

      I would personally go for a Mazda cx-5, Honda CR-V, or a Toyota Rav4 instead. The Cherokee is a tempting choice, but reliability is iffy.

      about 4 months ago
    • Raad Yusuf
      Raad Yusuf

      If you can try, can you do the Mazda CX-9 please?

      about 7 months ago
    • bokkey45
      bokkey45 In reply to Raad Yusuf

      I can probably do a CX-5, not sure I'll ever get my hands on a CX-9 though. I'll film one if I can.

      about 7 months ago