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    • kckrol85

      What kind of highway mileage on the 5.7?

      about 2 days ago
    • TheillogicalParadox

      The 5.7L w/Borla exhaust would be excellent.

      about 6 days ago
    • Apex Reviews
      Apex Reviews In reply to TheillogicalParadox

      I like your taste!

      about 6 days ago
    • Jesus Quezada
      Jesus Quezada

      I like the rims

      about 23 days ago
    • MKE Dan
      MKE Dan

      Very nice job, but here is my problem with FCA(and I'm an employee). I would only consider the Hemi V8 which puts me at Limited or higher trim option. We went shopping at the end of 2018 as we had large employee discounts. I could get a new 2018 limited($42k msrp) for $32K with all the discounts, not bad, but V6, the only Hemi they could find was a 2019 Overland at around  $48K. We keep our vehicles till they die so the model year is not important(not much change for 2019 anyway) but I'm not going to spend over $15,000 to get a Hemi, sorry FCA.

      about 24 days ago
    • Austin Aubinoe
      Austin Aubinoe

      Those wheels were also available in 2018, and are called the Heritage wheel. The were to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Grand Cherokee. The 1993 Grand Cherokee limited has a similar 15" snowflake wheel. To celebrate 80 years of the family business, my dad bought a 2018 trackhawk and I bought his 2013 5.7L overland. As an XJ and SJ chassis jeep pureist, I was hesitant when these went full independent suspension, but the build quality is fantastic for the price, they are easy to work on and you can fit a 32" tire stock. The air suspension has also giving me no issues with 106k miles, and frankly I am amazed such a thing is available on a vehicle that cost well under $50k. Its sad that there is pretty much nothing american made in its class with a V8. I agree that it may go sooner than later. Just installed a Mopar intake, which looks way cool. REALLY want to find a set of those wheels next.

      about 27 days ago
    • jazzy xo
      jazzy xo

      Beautiful suv

      about 1 month ago
    • Jaimee Bridges
      Jaimee Bridges

      He said this will be the last year for the overland? 😥 heartbroken I love my hemi!!

      about 1 month ago
    • Leonardo Sasso
      Leonardo Sasso

      Why are the front lights flickering?

      about 1 month ago
    • Apex Reviews
      Apex Reviews In reply to Leonardo Sasso

      Leonardo, it's just a trick of the camera. To the human eye, the LED DRL's are a solid pipe of light.

      about 1 month ago
    • trqmj

      I have the 5.7L Hemi on my Chrysler 300c. It is a beast.

      about 1 month ago
    • J P
      J P

      I like the video, I have one question does the engine shut off when you come to a stop and restart when you take off? And if so how can you by-pass this feature? Thanks JP

      about 2 months ago
    • J P
      J P In reply to J P

      Thanks for the info, its a bad set up because it will put more wear and tear on the engine. Now the dealer will lie and say it saves gas. I am like you jacqlyn its bullshit, we should be able to turn it off in the ECM!

      about 1 month ago
    • Jacqlyn Gandy
      Jacqlyn Gandy In reply to J P

      J P There’s a button in the car to turn it off, but you have to remember to push every time you start the car back up after leaving it. It’s a pain in the butt, my bmw has it and it’s annoying. I’ve heard that some places aren’t allowed to bypass it in the shops because it’s there to restrict emission levels/and or save gas. but it defeats the purpose if you have a button to turn it off every time.

      about 1 month ago
    • Stephen Beaton
      Stephen Beaton

      I’m a Landcruiser guy, but this was a great video.Good content and very informative...

      about 2 months ago
    • Apex Reviews
      Apex Reviews In reply to Stephen Beaton

      Thank you Stephen, the positive feedback is appreciated.

      about 2 months ago
    • m P
      m P

      that has to be the best intro I've ever seen for a car channel

      about 2 months ago
    • Theresa Gallagher
      Theresa Gallagher

      Did you own two of ‘em? Lol

      about 2 months ago
    • john bauernfeind
      john bauernfeind

      More on Hemi. The added 200 lbs give Jeep a different ride and handling. Worth the$

      about 2 months ago
    • john bauernfeind
      john bauernfeind

      Adding to the mix....
      They must use different sprayer plus the trim pieces are not flush with body so it catches light fitter entry.

      about 2 months ago
    • john bauernfeind
      john bauernfeind

      12 in city

      about 2 months ago
    • Krishna

      Good review! What is the typical mileage in the city on 5.7 Hemi

      about 2 months ago
    • Thomas Maresh
      Thomas Maresh

      The last year of a generation is usually the best. they have fixed all of the problems they can and just make minor tweaks to make it as perfect as possible. That's the one to get if you are in the market for a used vehicle. Or, in this case, because we know this is the last year for the WK2, a good buy if you are in the market for a new vehicle.

      Also, make sure it is a "Thursday" car. :-)

      about 2 months ago
    • Vincenzo G
      Vincenzo G

      @ Apex Reviews - Being an "Overland" trim level, the mentioned "soft touch" materials on top of the door cards is actually "Leather", all upper level trims that have the upgraded leather (Overland/Summit) the dashboard, front door trims at the top & rear doors all have genuine leather, below that possibly soft touch materials.

      about 3 months ago
    • MultiSkyman1

      Thanks for explaining the manual shift mode positions. I have heard people bitch the +/- should face the other way. Your explanation makes sense.

      about 3 months ago
    • Young Simba
      Young Simba

      Outdated look

      about 3 months ago
    • Stephen Zancheez
      Stephen Zancheez

      I have the trailhawk version, it has the swayed seats and are super comfortable, just wish it had the LED HEADLAMPS

      about 3 months ago
    • HahasoNotorious 327
      HahasoNotorious 327

      Not far from me, I live in Saginaw

      about 3 months ago

      You were saying that this is the last year of this outside look. What’s going to happen with the 2020 models? Are we enjoying a different body style 2020s?

      about 4 months ago
    • Paul Kevin
      Paul Kevin

      How did you get a 2019 JGC when they haven't even been built yet?

      about 4 months ago
    • Qugie

      Yea I have the flash light in my Jeep and I use it a lot to show off the fact I have it, but I must say I have never really used it.

      about 4 months ago
    • Clay Spillman
      Clay Spillman

      Thanks for all the V8 folks commenting that you love the engine. I have a 2015 V6 Summit...best car I have ever owned but need more towing power. What is your real-world gas mileage with the cylinder deactivation? Do the 2018's have altitude display. I LOVE that option. Lastly, any diesel owners care to comment on their car? I did find it interesting that if you build a 2019 GC on the jeep site they aren't giving diesel as an optional engine. Do they have too many 2018's left over?

      about 4 months ago
    • Clay Spillman
      Clay Spillman In reply to Clay Spillman

      +Stan Tep thx

      about 4 months ago
    • Stan Tep
      Stan Tep In reply to Clay Spillman

      Clay Spillman my 2017 v8 trail hawk is gets about 11.5-13mpg in City. On highway I can get around 20mpg

      about 4 months ago
    • Urban Outdoorsman
      Urban Outdoorsman

      Be ready for your Leather Dash to start peeling back. I have a 2013 overland, they've replaced it twice. Both times it peeled back. They've had 1000s and 1000s of claims on it. I would have opted for a Trailhawk or other edition to avoid that dash. That's exactly what we did. Now we have the 13 overland and an 18 trailhawk. As for the 19s being the last year, that's not true. They are going to run this platform through at least 2021. The leather seats lasted just fine. I have 156K miles on mine..they look new Here's a link to the Jeep Road map to future builds. You will see no change for Grands until 2022 https://www.motor1.com/news/243715/jeep-2018-2022-roadmap-revealed/

      about 4 months ago
    • Omar B
      Omar B

      What are the common problems? Are they been fixed over the years?

      about 4 months ago
    • Karson Fenton
      Karson Fenton

      I have a 2017 Grand Cherokee Limited. YUMMY I love it. Good in Winter, good in summer.

      about 5 months ago