I purchased a 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited with 104k miles and paid cash. I too was made to pose in front of the car with an “AS IS” sign in my hand so they could take a photo. The only redeeming part about the vehicle turned out to be the “fairly new tires”. So far in the first month I’ve had to have the front differential rebuilt, and replaced a defective catalytic converter. I took it back to my local mechanic for a bearing noise in the rear axle, when they opened the differential metal fragments were laying in the case and some of the gears were missing big chunks of metal. So far the grand total for this Jeep POS is $2500 plus the original purchase price! Beware of this dealership!! They will sell you crap and not care at all. .
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