Hi guys, this is my first post here and I have a question about the 1999 Jeep Cherokee XJ's. I've never owned my own Jeep, but have driven a few and my parents have a Grand Cherokee. I've been looking for a jeep for sometime now, and I think I'd like to go with the Cherokee XJ. I found one that I am hopefully going to go look at this weekend and wanted to know what to look out for. As I said it is a 1999 Jeep Cherokee XJ, it has a 4.0L inline 6 with a few common mods like air intake, exhaust, but nothing spectacular. The Jeep looks to be kept in amazing condition, and regularly maintained says the owner. With 314,xxx km's should I be worried about something being on its way out? Any pointers or things to look for would be very helpful. Thanks guys, I'll check back on the post after work tonight.
P.s- Heres a list of some of the stuff it has, and a picture.
In the last 3 months have put $4500 into it including new exhaust with a flow master 40, new 33' goodyear duratracs, wheel bearings and seals, upper and lower ball joints, l+r u joints, new front brakes, rear brake pads, starter and optima red top battery. Also in the last year have had the heater core, ac evap system and new radiator installed. Other upgrades to the jeep include bushwacker flat flares, Currie steering, bds track bar, rubicon express 4" lift kit with full leaf pack, banks stainless header, k&n air filter, bilstien 5160 remote resi front shocks, american racing wheels, full size spare, usb deck. Regular maintenance done including oil changes every 3000km