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 6 months ago
    • Willie Swift
      Willie Swift In reply to 刘耀文

      +Hayden Parker also does dilution affect the reliability of the car at all? Like how the engine runs??

      about 1 month ago
    • Willie Swift
      Willie Swift In reply to 刘耀文

      +Hayden Parker yes true. That's for the turbo models. If I was anyone I'd go with the LX base model with the tried and true 2.4L. No it doesn't have many features but still beats the oil dilution issues in the turbo models.

      about 1 month 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 6 months ago
    • 刘耀文
      刘耀文 In reply to 刘耀文

      +bokkey45 Thank you for your suggestion Thank ,

      about 6 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 6 months ago
    • Raad Yusuf
      Raad Yusuf

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

      about 9 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 9 months ago