Dennis Freeman is the New England Expert for everything Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and Ram. In this video he shows us the differences between the 2019 Jeep Cherokee and the 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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    • ggolds5
      ggolds5

      2019 Cherokee Limited and a 2019 Wrangler JLU Sahara. My wife and I love our vehicles. We traded in her Mazda CX-5 and my Kia Sorento SXL-V6. Both of those purchased based on Consumer Reports ratings. However, we LOVE our Jeeps so much more then the Mazda and Kia. 8000 miles on both and both perfect. Even the Mazda had to have a speaker replaced and a rattle fixed in the first 5000 miles. Consumer Reports always seems to rate Jeeps lower then most other SUV's and they are positively wrong on the Jeeps. They are delusional in thinking that the Mazda and Kia rides and drives better. The Mazda had a rough ride, was noisy, and had very hard seats. The Cherokee has sumptuous seats, very quiet and a very comfortable ride. The Kia, bored me to tears. Anyway, love our Jeeps!!!!. PS. I've had 7 Wranglers (CJ, XJ, TJ) and loved all of them.

      about 15 days ago
    • Jimmy Urbano
      Jimmy Urbano

      I just got myself a v10 with 2 twin turbos !!!!

      about 1 month ago
    • Lorrie Bindie
      Lorrie Bindie

      I just bought a 2019 Jeep Cherokee Limited Turbo. I love it!

      about 2 months ago
    • dddd
      dddd

      Is the reliability been improved? Jeep and Chrysler have always had reliability issues.

      about 2 months ago
    • ggolds5
      ggolds5 In reply to dddd

      Very much so. My older Jeeps were very good though, so I can't say I ever had a bad Jeep.

      about 15 days ago
    • Alan A
      Alan A

      Are all the 2019 Grand Cherokees 700 hp, or is that the just the srt model.

      about 2 months ago
    • Karen and Steve Fischer
      Karen and Steve Fischer In reply to Alan A

      Just in the Track Hawk model, not the SRT.

      about 2 months ago
    • LuisManuelHdez
      LuisManuelHdez

      Good gas mileage and JGC dont belong on the same sentence. BUT I love my JGC.

      about 3 months ago
    • Nick Slouka
      Nick Slouka

      I hate that engine start/stop feature, it's so noisy and more of annoyance sound coming from the car, all for what, to save an extra 1/4 MPG...PUHLEASE!

      about 4 months ago
    • Getchee
      Getchee In reply to Nick Slouka

      Nick Slouka turn it off then

      about 3 months ago
    • MKE Dan
      MKE Dan

      The start/stop feature can be turned off but every time you start the vehicle. This to me is a bs idea. You are not using as lot of fuel idling at a stop but when this high tech starter takes a shit I'm sure you will more than pay for that gas you saved with a new starter and labor, right after the warrantee runs out.

      about 4 months ago
    • Ray Davies
      Ray Davies

      So you do what 90 % of other companys do,thats your claim ?? and your owned by FIAT who have always been shit ?? lm assuming your biased ,yes.

      about 5 months ago
    • John Gaudet
      John Gaudet

      Like any Jeep its going to be thirsty so get the Hemi !

      about 5 months ago
    • Zakia Okellouch
      Zakia Okellouch

      what you also will discover is it cost a fortune to repair.

      about 5 months ago
    • c edwards
      c edwards

      In the 9 speed transmission, has anyone seen the transmission actually hit 9th gear?

      about 6 months ago
    • c edwards
      c edwards In reply to c edwards

      @Jayden Thompson I've use the "manual" shift and attempted to shift into 9th, but no matter what speed I'm going it will only get to 8 th. It seems more like a marketing ploy since the load and rpm ratio do not seem to allow for the real use of 9th gear

      about 6 months ago
    • Jayden Thompson
      Jayden Thompson In reply to c edwards

      it’s in the menu in the cluster. you can see the gear shifts there. and you might not hear it because it’s really quiet

      about 6 months ago
    • Vipul kasote
      Vipul kasote

      Grand Cherokee my favourite SUV.

      about 6 months ago
    • Teddy Swagger
      Teddy Swagger

      Absolutely love the JGC. I had a 96 one and been loving them ever since. The Summit version, with the 5.7L is just right. But the SRT can be tempting too. But what I like is how Jeep packs all that muscle in the SRT but still makes it highly capable of being a daily driver. Truly the "American Range Rover".

      about 6 months ago
    • Jeff Gordon
      Jeff Gordon

      God just kiss him already lol...

      about 7 months ago
    • Anthony Micci
      Anthony Micci

      Love my 2016 GC. Not every model has the AWD system he describes. There are 3 different versions, so just check before you buy.

      about 7 months ago
    • Aden Wilson
      Aden Wilson

      Tesla model x hello... track time?... wanna race 3.0 0-60

      about 7 months ago
    • ARXDMOS
      ARXDMOS In reply to Aden Wilson

      smoked the living crap out of the tesla x in my roush stage 3 mustang. have lost to a track hawk twice...

      about 5 months ago
    • Wellington Sanchez
      Wellington Sanchez

      que rico carro

      about 8 months ago
    • highflyngryfn
      highflyngryfn

      Love the new Cherokee. I want one!

      about 8 months ago
    • Leonardo Olaer
      Leonardo Olaer

      But..why Jeep you dont make the handbrake to Ebrake,which is the latest stytem now for all new cars company.hope you change to Ebrake sytem.ilovejeep.Godbless.ty.

      about 9 months ago
    • Liam Ross
      Liam Ross

      FYI. The Grand Cherokee 3.6 doesn't achieve ANYWHERE near that fuel mileage this guy just mentioned. Not even close.

      about 9 months ago
    • ARXDMOS
      ARXDMOS In reply to Liam Ross

      It does. getting 24 at 80 mph on highway all the time. 16mpg combined in the winter with auto start every morning for 15 minutes.

      about 5 months ago
    • donna lopez
      donna lopez In reply to Liam Ross

      Actually it does, I have 3 of them all with 3.6 and all get 18-19 city and 25-29 on highway, although it will drop some in the winter months.

      about 9 months ago
    • Jeffery Baxter
      Jeffery Baxter

      Good info about the Jeep Grand Cherokee and the Jeep Cherokee vehicles. As for the Jeep Grand Cherokee in the Laredo trim or other trim levels such as the Limited, Overland and Summit equipped with the V6 engine, the actual horsepower is 295. Not 300 like what was mentioned in the video. Back in 2014 for the first time I became an owner of a Jeep branded vehicle and first time owning an SUV. I currently have the last generation Jeep Grand Cherokee in the Limited trim having the WK body style which is from 2005 to 2010. Great vehicle. Mine has the regular V8 engine which got discontinued either in 2008 or 2009. I wanted the Jeep Grand Cherokee with the HEMI V8 engine at the time, but it wasn't available due to getting sold out at couple used dealerships I was relying on. My next vehicle purchase will still be an SUV and I will still stay with the Jeep brand. Like what was mentioned in the video there's a Jeep Grand Cherokee for anybody based the the variety of trim levels available. When I make my next Jeep Grand Cherokee purchase it'll be the next generation one I'll get. This time I'll get it in the Overland trim equipped with the HEMI V8 engine. Based on articles I read from couple sources, the next generation Jeep Grand Cherokee will have 3rd row seating available. This will be the first time 3rd row seating will be available for the Jeep Grand Cherokee. Should be good along with other new features. 👍👍

      about 10 months ago
    • Jeffery Baxter
      Jeffery Baxter In reply to Jeffery Baxter

      @erica7991 Good morning Erica. Very informative layout based on what you mentioned for vehicles you had and currently have. The VW Jetta I had was a 1997 model with a V6 engine aka VR6 engine description given by VW. Also an automatic. It was good. Leather seats, heated seats, moon roof, BOSE audio system, a decent trunk space and great performance. Before I got the Jeep I had original intentions on keeping the Jetta and to use it as a second hand emergency vehicle. That plan was shot to pieces when I discovered that three areas underneath the car was rotting out. At the time of discovery I noticed the holes when I jacked up the car to change the oil. I'm not sure if you noticed this with VW vehicles, but I've noticed that they are notorious for rotting out. I'm not sure if the modern and new VW vehicles are like that, but the ones dating back to 2004 and prior years....YES. Which model year Jetta did you have? Also, what color?

      Ok, now onto the Jeeps. In one of your messages sent I'm on agreeable terms with you about Jeeps as a whole having longevity. The 2nd generation Jeep Grand Cherokee model years 1999 to 2004....the generation before mine, still looks presentable. As me and you both know the patriotic Jeep Wrangler is the KING of longevity in the Jeep lineup. As for the Jeep Liberty you used to have I don't know why back of the seats and panels were so hard as you said. I don't why Jeep did that at the time. Those reasons plus unexpected low sales probably made the Liberty get discontinued after just two generations of it. The original Jeep Cherokee was towards the boxy side in terms of the overall exterior design schematics. In 2001 Jeep released the Liberty for the 2002 model year to replace the Cherokee. Then, just 3 or 4 years ago the Cherokee fired back and replaced the Liberty. The Jeep Cherokee new look is great. I hope next year or in later years they will add couple more trim levels for the Jeep Cherokee as well as increasing the overall performance. Alright, alright....now to the bigger brother....the Jeep Grand Cherokee me and you love. I have the 3rd generation and you have the 4th generation. We both highlighted some pros and cons for each. Overall, the Jeep Grand Cherokee is a great reliable vehicle. It gets the job done regardless of which trim level gets selected. For off roading it's well equipped with that capability, for carrying loads it's good with that, for towing a trailer it's excellent with that capability and finally my favorite part is performance which is great! Before my generation....the 3rd generation Jeep Grand Cherokee got made its debut, rumors floated around at the time that 3rd row seating might be available. Unfortunately, 3rd row seating didn't become a reality. The same can be said for the 4th generation current generation Jeep Grand Cherokee. Before it got introduced it was well rumored to come equipped with 3rd row seating, but like the 3rd generation, 3rd row seating for the current generation Jeep Grand Cherokee didn't become a reality. Like what I mentioned in one of my previous messages the upcoming 5th generation Jeep Grand Cherokee for the first time will include 3rd row seating. In addition to that I hope some to most of the other features I mentioned in my last message will be put into effect. I agree with what you said about the exterior mirrors being a pinch towards the small side. I've noticed that with my generation Jeep Grand Cherokee as well. For the 3rd generation one I have I noticed that it wasn't tall enough. The width of it is fine, but it's just the height of it. I've gotten used to it, but Jeep could've made it half inch to one inch taller. As for your generation Grand Cherokee the height of the exterior mirrors are fine, but the width of it is a pinch towards the narrow side. Like what you said you're trying to get used to it and I think you will. Jeep could've made the exterior mirrors half inch to one inch wider. If you want you can do what I did by sending Jeep a feedback letter regarding what you like, dislike and what new features/improvements you would like to see when the 5th generation Jeep Grand Cherokee arrives. The address for Jeep is FCA US LLC, Jeep Division, Customer Care/New Vehicle Information Dept., P.O. Box 21-8004, Auburn Mills, MI 48321-8004. The physical address is 1000 Chrysler Drive, Auburn Mills, MI 48326. Contact number is 800-334-9200. They don't have a direct email address for customers to use, but like what I mentioned before submitting emails is linked through the Jeep web site. If you want to submit any feedback to them the best thing would be to do it both ways via regular mail and email through their web site. After you save the draft in Microsoft Word, just copy and paste it in the feedback comment section on the web site. I agree with what you said about vehicle manufacturers deliberately placing certain things in weird locations so that you have no choice but to take it to the dealership for service. In this case the battery. There's a You Tube video I found which shows step by step info for replacing the battery for your generation Jeep Grand Cherokee. It doesn't involve taking out the front passenger seat. Nope. It doesn't involve that. Two things to do first is to adjust the seat all the way forward and....all the way up. There's more info in the video. Do you have Facebook? If you do send me a friend request and I'll inbox you the video for replacing the battery. My Facebook account has my name Jeffery Baxter with a profile pic of a tiger. When you see that you'll know it's me. After you watch the video there would be no need to take it to the dealership or to a mechanic for replacement.

      about 8 months ago
    • erica7991
      erica7991 In reply to Jeffery Baxter

      Jeffery Baxter OUTSTANDING FEEDBACK!! Wow!
      I absolutely love your ideas. Especially seat memory settings for driver and passenger. (I have a 16 year old son) who constantly shifts the passenger seat (back portion) waaaaay back. So it would be great to be already in position for him by the click of a button. Being that My Mom and Son are usually both passengers, I notice a tug of war between the two of them with seat adjustments. 🤣🤣
      Here are some “gripes” I’ve noticed as well. I Totally agree with you regarding cargo space. Although it’s longer than my Jeep Liberty, I did realize it seemed smaller in regards to width regarding cargo space.
      Also, I find the side view mirrors to be very small. It will definitely take some eye adjustment on my part. I find it hard to get a clear view. (I am sure it’s just me) Because, I like to sit high up when I drive, (also, because I am still getting used to the vehicle) I find the rear view mirror to be “some what” in the way when driving. I feel as though it could have been a bit higher when placed in the vehicle. It’s sits pretty low (in my opinion). I am sure this is something I will get used to. In regards to the back of the seats, one thing I totally can’t stand and I noticed this with the passenger seat in the Liberty, the hard backs, this is somewhat uncomfortable for a person sitting behind me. Why not make the back of the seats soft? Why are they hard? Also, if I have to stop short and press down on the brakes, that’s going to be a killer on the knees for a back seat passenger.
      Yes, I am aware of and I am totally not a fan of the battery being under the passenger seat. Which now, (if when it needs to be replaced and or repaired) they will have to remove the passenger seat? That sounds like I’ll be paying an arm and a leg for labor costs, which could have been avoided had it been placed under the hood. I assume this is done purposely so you will have no choice but to take it to a Mechanic.🤣🤣🤣.
      I too, have not gone back to car since getting into an SUV. Also, to go back, you had some really cool cars, I too have had a VW Jetta (well my Mom had it) but I loved it. I fell in love with the look of driving stick shift from the Jetta. My Mom and Dad We’re huge VW fans both had Beatles in the 80’s.
      I truly hope Jeep takes into consideration your ideas and I hope to see some of your suggested features in the new generation Cherokees.

      about 9 months ago
    • Jeffery Baxter
      Jeffery Baxter In reply to Jeffery Baxter

      @erica7991 Good afternoon Erica. WOW! I see you're a die hard Jeep fan. That's good. I don't blame you. I'm the same way too. The 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee in the Limited trim I have now is the 4th vehicle I've owned overall. Prior 3 vehicles were cars. The first vehicle was a 1989 Dodge Spirit, second vehicle was a 1990 Acura Integra and the third vehicle was a 1997 VW Jetta. At the beginning I always wanted an SUV, but I never had the opportunity to get one until few years ago back in 2014. Being the current owner of an SUV now, I'll never ever set foot into a car again in regards to ownership. NOPE. No looking back. Going forward my vehicles will be SUVs and that's it. I'm glad you love your 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee in the Limited trim. Like what you said the upgrades done for the current generation Jeep Grand Cherokee are astounding. The leather seats are GRRREAT!! Nice n comfy seats. In the summer last year in 2017 I test drove the 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee in the Limited trim equipped with the HEMI V8 engine. It was great. The overall ride comfort was nice. Better than mine. Jeep definitely up their game in the ride comfort department. Another thing I liked with the current generation Jeep Grand Cherokee was the way it drives. When the transmission shifts it's a lot smoother and quicker than mine. Generally speaking, as we all know there's no such thing as the perfect seamless vehicle. With that being said I'm going to highlight 3 gripes for the current generation Jeep Grand Cherokee. These gripes I was able to address them to Jeep last month when I typed a letter and sent it regular mail to them. I initially tried to email the letter to them through their web site, but no luck due to connectivity/server issues on their end. Anyway, as for the 3 gripes I found for the current generation Jeep Grand Cherokee, one of them is about the battery placement. As for the 1st gripe, believe it or not the battery in the current generation Jeep Grand Cherokee is actually under the front passenger seat. Yep. That's the location for the battery. In the letter I mentioned that the battery should be under the hood where it belongs. The 2nd gripe I was able to mention is the rear passenger floor hump. My generation Grand Cherokee which is the 3rd generation had the floor hump and unfortunately the current generation Jeep Grand Cherokee has it as well. Finally, the 3rd gripe I mentioned to them was the cargo space. Overall, the cargo capacity isn't bad for the current generation Jeep Grand Cherokee, but it could've been better based on cargo space found from the other mid-size SUV competitors. As a whole, here is the overall layout for each generation Jeep Grand Cherokee vehicles from the 1st generation to the current generation. The first generation Jeep Grand Cherokee which included model years 1993 to 1998 had the cargo capacity at 79 cu ft of space. The 2nd generation Jeep Grand Cherokee which included model years 1999 to 2004 had the cargo capacity to 72 cu ft of space. The 3rd generation Jeep Grand Cherokee which I have included model years 2005 to 2010 had the cargo capacity to 70 cu ft of space. Now, for the current generation Jeep Grand Cherokee which includes model years 2011 to present has the cargo capacity to 68 cu ft of space. I'm sure you see the unfortunate downward trend in the cargo department when each generation comes out despite having longer vehicle length for each. The space mentioned for all four generation Jeep Grand Cherokee vehicles is obviously when the seats are folded down. I hope when the next generation....5th generation Jeep Grand Cherokee arrives, Jeep would make improvements in those three gripes I mentioned. In the letter I sent to Jeep I also mentioned things I liked in the current generation Jeep Grand Cherokee such as the performance, features, ride comfort and the exterior design schematics, 😀😀 . Another thing I mentioned to Jeep in the letter I sent were features Jeep Grand Cherokee owners like myself and others would like to see when the upcoming 5th generation Jeep Grand Cherokee arrives. These features include one touch automatic up/down for all power windows, couple more additional driver autonomous features on top of what's currently available, thigh extender for the driver & front passenger seats, seat memory setting for the front passenger seat, heated/ventilated seats for all seats along with three stage adjustable settings, power folding rear seats, foot activated lift gate, temperature controlled cup holders, heads up display, increase the infotainment screen size to 10 inches or 12 inches, couple additional USB ports and for additional safety have a surround view camera. I hope some to most of the features I mentioned would have well implementation for the upcoming 5th generation Jeep Grand Cherokee. Let's see what happens when the time comes 👍👍.

      about 9 months ago
    • erica7991
      erica7991 In reply to Jeffery Baxter

      Jeffery Baxter Good Morning!
      I recently purchased a 2019 Grand Cherokee (Limited) .....
      I’ve been a fan of Jeep for years. Prior to the 2019, I had a 2012 Jeep Liberty (yes 2012🤣🤣🤣🤣) I fell in love with the timeless design of the (Liberty) prior to that, I had a 2003 Jeep (Liberty) 🤣🤣🤣🤣.
      I was literally riding in the Stone Age in regards to interior upgrades.
      I had my 2012 Jeep Liberty for one year. But my 2003, I had for 7 or 8 years. I found the car to extremely reliable and refuse to upgrade.
      After finally, not being able to pass inspection, I purchased a 2012 used Jeep Liberty last year. I found the box shape to be timeless and fell in love with the exterior design, especially loved the look of the grill of the vehicle. To me, the design of the Liberty never aged. (And was sad when they discontinued the Jeep Liberty) Due to issues with the heat, I decided not to get it fixed, bite the bullet, and purchase a brand new Jeep.
      So now, I have a brand new Grand Cherokee, and I must say....... Wow! Being in the Stone Age for so long, the upgrades are astounding. I believe I have a V6 engine, and the acceleration, is unbelievable.
      The interior design, is amazing, soft leather seating, heated seats, OMG!
      I love the car, and Jeep really has stepped their game up. I would have got a Wrangler, but I didn’t like the interior design of the vehicle.
      Can’t wait to see what the new generation Jeep Grand Cherokees look like. Although, I’ll probably have this one forever. 😍
      Overall, in my opinion, I find Jeep to be timeless vehicles and they are very reliable.

      about 9 months ago
    • Jeffery Baxter
      Jeffery Baxter In reply to Jeffery Baxter

      @erica7991 Good morning Erica. Yes, the overall exterior design schematics for the next generation 5th generation Jeep Grand Cherokee will have changes. I don't know concrete information about the new looks, but a new appearance will indeed take place. That's good you're a Jeep Grand Cherokee owner. Also nice that you got yours in the Limited trim. The Laredo trim which is below it is too basic. Which model year Jeep Grand Cherokee do you have? Do you have the last generation Jeep Grand Cherokee which includes model years 2005 to 2010 or do you have the current generation Jeep Grand Cherokee which has model years 2011 to present? As for me I have the last generation Jeep Grand Cherokee. 2005 model. That body style lasted until 2010. Mine is also in the Limited trim level with a V8 engine. Another thing I know the upcoming new generation Jeep Grand Cherokee will have is few more driver autonomous features on top of what's currently available.

      about 9 months ago
    • node
      node

      that grand cherokee is a 2018. 2019 comes with flush mount nav screen.

      about 10 months ago
    • Riyad Kalla
      Riyad Kalla In reply to node

      node very good catch!

      about 7 months ago
    • mmee
      mmee In reply to node

      NOT IN LAREDO

      about 8 months ago
    • node
      node In reply to node

      @DreaminAccord you're right

      about 9 months ago
    • DreaminAccord
      DreaminAccord In reply to node

      The 2019 Summit wheels are also different, more of a 5-star double-spoke compared to these 2018 Summit multi-spoke. 👍🏻

      about 9 months ago
    • Pentastar Nate
      Pentastar Nate In reply to node

      Ha! I thought I was the only one who knew that. Smart .

      about 10 months ago
    • Habib Aljafar
      Habib Aljafar

      Hey man.. your cars look nice and cool but your company should focus more on car reliability and drivability with grand Cherokee like some others Japanese car brand. I used to have grand Cherokee and now I’m thinking to buy another one but I don’t see and change on the down skin of the car.! We need this beauty car to be very light in order to improve its drivability..

      about 11 months ago
    • Teddy Swagger
      Teddy Swagger In reply to Habib Aljafar

      Agree but not the case with all Japanese SUVs. The Lexus lx 570 actually gets less mpg than the JGC with the 5.7L. But if you put the 570 up against the SRT then you'll have a difference of opinion. Mainly between twin turbo vs supercharge.

      about 5 months ago
    • Clofton
      Clofton In reply to Habib Aljafar

      Habib Aljafar the car is going to be “All New” for 2020

      about 8 months ago
    • 88goga88
      88goga88

      grand is amazing, absol. love it

      about 11 months ago
    • C@ptain_Jack
      C@ptain_Jack

      FIAT - Fix It Again Tony

      about 11 months ago
    • ARXDMOS
      ARXDMOS In reply to C@ptain_Jack

      yea, ok. I have an unlimited miles and years bumper to bumper warranty. Tony will fix it for me all he wants i dont care.

      about 5 months ago
    • The Rob Showw
      The Rob Showw

      I just bought a 19 cherokee & I love it 😍

      about 11 months ago
    • ggolds5
      ggolds5 In reply to The Rob Showw

      @Ron carlo Francisco NO. Every car brand can have lemons. Ours is great.

      about 15 days ago
    • ggolds5
      ggolds5 In reply to The Rob Showw

      @Jennifer Rey I had the same thing with my top rated Kia Sorento, never had any major issues with my and my wife's 8 Jeeps in total. Sorry to hear you're having so many problems.

      about 15 days ago
    • David Nelms
      David Nelms In reply to The Rob Showw

      @Ron carlo Francisco Sadly very true. Mine did anyway, not sure how many were affected with this. Just know mine was not the only one. No more Jeep for me.

      about 4 months ago
    • Ron carlo Francisco
      Ron carlo Francisco In reply to The Rob Showw

      @David Nelms is that true? When it rains the floors get wet. I ordered a 2019 latitude.

      about 4 months ago
    • David Nelms
      David Nelms In reply to The Rob Showw

      @Jennifer Rey Same here, bought the 2019 Cherokee Latitude, chrysler finally gave me my money back, whenever it rained, floors filled up.

      about 5 months ago
    • James Penner
      James Penner

      Now you just need to make the grand wagoneer yet :)

      about 11 months ago
    • Evan Hassiotis
      Evan Hassiotis In reply to James Penner

      I, on the other hand wish they'd bring the JGC Commander to the USA. I saw this vehicle in China in vivo and can only say WOW! What a great looking Jeep!

      about 11 months ago
    • Avi Pharmd
      Avi Pharmd

      do the 2018's grand cherokee's have apple car play?

      about 11 months ago
    • ThoseBears
      ThoseBears In reply to Avi Pharmd

      Does it mirror cell phone to play videos or YouTube video

      about 9 months ago
    • heusker
      heusker In reply to Avi Pharmd

      Yes. I know because I just bought one.

      about 11 months ago