post #1 of Old 10-10-2005, 01:05 PM Thread Starter
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Question 60th anniversary

After driving a cherokee ltd fore 5 years i listned to my wife and bought a honda crv 4wd. Now I'm thinking of buying a jeep cherokee 2.5 td 60th anniversary edition build 2001 it has 140000km
any comments on this car???
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post #2 of Old 10-10-2005, 05:17 PM
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i wish i could get a diesel over here state side
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we don't see many TD jeeps this way, but it sounds like fun!

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It's not a car, but it sounds like a good deal. I would kill for a diesel xj...

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Exclamation 60th anniversary

You mean to say that jeep didn't put a diesel on the american market ? how come
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You mean to say that jeep didn't put a diesel on the american market ? how come
Because their marketing "experts" didn't think that there would be enough demand for the TD models.


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Because their marketing "experts" didn't think that there would be enough demand for the TD models.


BTW - Definition of an expert... An "ex" is something that used to be, and a "spurt" is a drip under pressure


Buy a diesel in holland ore germany and have it shipped to the usa
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You mean to say that jeep didn't put a diesel on the american market ? how come
they did, but they are nearly impossible to find, and I doubt the engine would be worth anything at this point seeing how old it would be.

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