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Comments

    • Jose angel Jimenez
      Jose angel Jimenez

      Touñyota 4runner limited

      about 1 month ago
    • Хрон хронович
      Хрон хронович

      Спидометра нихрена невидно а так
      Супер!

      about 1 year ago
    • MoeMoe productions
      MoeMoe productions

      Why the F dd it had to me automatic
      I hate automatic...feelin like I'm playin a mobile game...brake..acceleration

      about 1 year ago
    • Trey Hearon
      Trey Hearon

      Sound like a v8

      about 1 year ago
    • youknowit158
      youknowit158

      Leather jacket probably not the smartest thing to wear when you're doing a video about the Driving Experience including the sound of the vehicle

      about 1 year ago
    • Abdullah Muzini
      Abdullah Muzini

      يلعن امه حتى ال 17 متخلف ويهزهز 🖕🏽

      about 1 year ago
    • Alex Lefever
      Alex Lefever

      this isn't a grand cherokee trailhawk because it is missing two cylinder and a blower

      about 1 year ago
    • Wilson Myles
      Wilson Myles

      What neighbourhood of Los Angeles did you start in? Nice streets.

      about 1 year ago
    • dinah is my daddy
      dinah is my daddy

      R these h cars

      about 1 year ago
    • Cosmo Vlog
      Cosmo Vlog

      3:46 it really looked like the silver vehicle was going to hit you from the back

      about 1 year ago
    • Dheemant Nathani
      Dheemant Nathani

      V6 or v8?

      about 1 year ago
    • Teddy Swagger
      Teddy Swagger

      👍👍👍👍

      about 1 year ago
    • Krono Mikon
      Krono Mikon

      squeaking sound is annoying. Is there a clown doing balloon animals in the backseat?

      about 1 year ago
    • David Graham
      David Graham

      How is the Trailhawk for long road trips?

      about 1 year ago
    • deanvader
      deanvader

      Can't talk and drive at the same time?

      about 2 years ago
    • BOX28298
      BOX28298

      going towards mt. Wilson?

      about 2 years ago
    • Ian Skillings
      Ian Skillings

      lots of bumps on the roads

      about 2 years ago
    • Ian Skillings
      Ian Skillings

      lots of bumps on the roads

      about 2 years ago
    • kn7gez
      kn7gez

      Was that V6 or V8?

      about 2 years ago
    • Midwest Mopars
      Midwest Mopars In reply to kn7gez

      kn7gez 3.6 v6

      about 2 years ago
    • YouTube Studios
      YouTube Studios

      Well At Least To The Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon 2017 Like The Lexus IS 350 f sport in That parking lot. The Exact Same Way.. And The Night Drive The Same Way. Walkaround To...thank you 💯✊️

      about 2 years ago
    • YouTube Studios
      YouTube Studios

      Please Do A Night Drive &&'d Another Test Drive

      about 2 years ago
    • Backdoor
      Backdoor

      horsepowers?

      about 2 years ago
    • curseknight5
      curseknight5

      Audi A4 please!!! Night drive if possible.

      about 2 years ago
    • SRT RICK
      SRT RICK

      that ain't no fuckin hellcat trailhawk

      about 2 years ago
    • scho1770
      scho1770 In reply to SRT RICK

      SRT RICK Hellcat Trailhawks don’t exist. You mean Trackhawk.

      about 1 year ago
    • Robert Nrobretual
      Robert Nrobretual In reply to SRT RICK

      Just a curb crawler

      about 1 year ago
    • Hai ngo viet
      Hai ngo viet

      where do you live ?

      about 2 years ago
    • YouTube Studios
      YouTube Studios

      Night Drive?

      about 2 years ago
    • Xmvw2X
      Xmvw2X

      I was very impressed when I test drove one, very nice SUV, great proportions, very natural feeling for ergonomics and driver inputs. The package felt very refined. The Trailhawk has a slightly more taught suspension than the standard version. The standard version feels more car like in ride, good, but less special, a little softer and less damped. The Trailhawk feels like its sitting on its toes, higher, tighter, more damped and controlled.

      I would have bought one (might still in the near future), but the ZF 9 speed had some issues (mainly a wiring mess up (design or assembly)) that could stop the car and leave you stranded. Also for how new it is, the depreciation was questionable. It'd be nice to get another couple more years on the chassis to see how the market reacts. Regardless, the price is excellent for what you get, a great overall package, just with unknown long term reliability and value.

      about 2 years ago
    • Naveen Krishnamurthy
      Naveen Krishnamurthy In reply to Xmvw2X

      The grand Cherokee uses the ZF 8 speed auto since it’s a RWD based vehicle. It’s a fantastic transmission for RWD cars and one of the best ones in the industry.
      The Cherokee uses the ZF 9 speed since it’s a FWD based vehicle.

      about 3 months ago
    • Nick D
      Nick D In reply to Xmvw2X

      @Ihar Since I'm also considering purchasing one of these as a substantially better road trip and cargo/people carrier than my current two-door Accord, I would think it would easily be capable of taking a 2,000 mile road trip. My sister has a 2016 Challenger with the same ZF 8-speed (the ZF 9-speed isn't available in the GC, thank goodness) and V6 as the Grand Cherokee and it hasn't had any issues aside from the manual only passenger seat not moving forward or backward. I'll also add that she doesn't drive it lightly. If you're considering the V8, I know several RAM 1500 and Dodge owners with that engine and they have also had few, if any mechanical problems. One of my reasons for considering this vehicle over the similarly sized Outback or Sorento is that Mopar offers the option to buy a factory lifetime warranty for around $2500-$3000 USD. Since I plan to keep this vehicle for as long as possible (well over ten years), that calms my fears of reliability issues and any fear of me constantly throwing money at it sometime in the future. I also thought this vehicle drove substantially better than the Outback or Sorento, but that's just my preference; the Outback and Sorento were more comfortable. I personally just don't want another Honda or Acura and something like a Toyota or Lexus doesn't appeal to me even though they'll definitely last. My advice would be to just avoid models with air suspension as no manufacturer makes a reliable system from what I've ever seen. Also since you mentioned off-road, I'd take a look at the Outback. As I mentioned earlier, it was super comfortable, it had a great amount of features for the money, and its cargo configurations are great.

      I'll also add a story about the ZF 9-speed in FCA products since I brought it up. My friend had a Chrysler 200 as a rental that had the ZF 9-speed. Only 1,100 miles on the thing and it came to a stop on a four lane road while I was with her, refusing to move. Something relating to the transmission was popping up on the center display screen and the dealer had to tow it and give her another vehicle, a 300. Quite terrifying. Definitely can't go on a 2,000 mile trip in that thing. Also have a friend who bought a 200 because he could get a near loaded new one for $12,000 USD. It is always at the dealership for something transmission related.

      about 7 months ago
    • Ihar Vasilyeu
      Ihar Vasilyeu In reply to Xmvw2X

      Xmvw2X Do you think one would go to a long highway trip on this? Like 2000 miles. I really like the idea of having some additional off-road capabilities for an occasional use, but mainly it’s still going to be used for daily commuting and on highway...

      about 8 months ago
    • James Spiller784
      James Spiller784

      Sounds like a v6. It's a beautiful looking Jeep 🚙😀

      about 2 years ago
    • OSTKCabal
      OSTKCabal In reply to James Spiller784

      Fiat-Chrysler makes a very, very impressive V6 though. Not quite as good as GM's 3.6L, but undeniably good, pretty zippy, and fairly efficient - especially considering how much the Jeep Grand Cherokee weighs.

      about 2 years ago
    • CP100
      CP100 In reply to James Spiller784

      it is a v6

      about 2 years ago
    • YouTube Studios
      YouTube Studios

      Can you Do The Test Drive Exactly The Same Way As The Lexus IS 350 f sport...and Walkaround...but in different videos.. also can you do the Night Drive the same way as the Lexus is350 f sport the same way.. thank you

      about 2 years ago
    • YouTube Studios
      YouTube Studios

      Can you do the Night Drive tonight and do the test drive tomorrow.

      about 2 years ago