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|02-19-2020 12:37 PM|
|DavidsCyclops||250,000 miles on my 14 GC Overland 3.6|
|02-19-2020 10:36 AM|
2011 Laredo X SOld at 253,000
Finally decided to trade in my 2011 Laredo X for a 2018 Trailhawk.
2011 has been a good ride for many years but it was becoming death by 1,000 cuts with something else every other couple weeks.
But with the maxcare warranty I had there were as many or more new parts on it when I traded it in than original.
I got $6,000 for it on trade, not bad for a 10 year old vehicle.
|02-14-2020 09:32 PM|
My wife and I are out of town and took an Uber to dinner tonight - the driver had a 2011 WK2 with 288,410 miles! 288,410!!!
He said he bought it with around 80k in 2015, and the majority of the miles have come from Uber driving. No issues to report, and the vehicle looked to be in pretty decent shape: no rust despite living in the snow belt, the leather was in really good shape (especially considering the number of people who enter/exit the rear seats as an Uber vehicle), and the engine and transmission still sounded healthy.
48k on our 2014 Limited- itís a baby in comparison!
|02-11-2020 06:36 PM|
2012 Grand Cherokee 5.7. New to me in late 2018. 3500 since I got it.
203k on the GPS. 196 on the odometer. (not sure why they aren't closer, but they can vary +/- 30 miles on a tank)
In the last 500 miles, check-engine (oil sender), sunroof drains clogged, and, just today, SERV 4WD light came on.
I may have to start a GoFundMe
|02-03-2020 07:01 PM|
Have a plain jane WK Laredo (with some kind of special order rental package - leather heated seats, no sunroof) that I purchased in 2008 with 16k miles. Used and abused as a rental. Used and abused through numerous snow belt winters and ill-advised off-road excursions. Now at 159k. Drives like a dream.
Some small random issues over the years. Only major issue was a $9 repair (+ diagnostic fee) for a shorted wire to the starter around 85k.
I keep up on maintenance.
|02-01-2020 08:06 PM|
|jbjtkbw00||Hey all. New to the forum here and I caught this thread about high mileage. I just picked up a used 214 Grand Cherokee Limited with 81K. I plan to run it into the ground. Coming from a 2013 Nissan Pathfinder where the cvt finally gave out at 179,000. Hoping to hit 200K in the Jeep!!|
|01-28-2020 07:53 PM|
Originally Posted by 96OrvisEd View Post
|01-28-2020 04:09 PM|
You can bump me up to 252,000 miles! I'm second on the list below:
Time for another Grand Cherokee mileage update!
*Plainoldcheroke (1995) - 258,000
*96OrvisEd (1996) - 249,500
*AL5280 (1996) - 244,000
*sumwar (2001) - 221,142
DavidCyclops (2014) - 221,000
*cdthiel (2000) - 212,000
spinxt (2014) - 196,000
ytqm (2014) - 180,000
*LouC (1998) - 178,000
*LabHauler (2005) - 172,000
BigTizzie (2011) - 169,000
*Kiwimg (2002) - 160,000
*Wildbill23c (1998) - 158,000
David_Baby9 (2015) - 157,000
WindyCity (2011) - 145,000
Plainoldcheroke (2011) - 121,000
RyanPatrick (2014) - 115,000
*LouC (2007) - 110,000
nigelh (2012) - 106,875
MrsRyanPatrick (2015) - 97,000
DerekWildstar (2014) - 38,000
ANF (2015) - 32,500
WindyCity (2016) - 23,000
deoxys987 (2017) - 1,500
JCE (2019) - 2,157
Dawgies (2019) - 902
McBake83 (2019) - 1,500
(Asterisks denote non-WK2 models.)
|01-27-2020 01:43 PM|
2011 5.7 Grand Cherokee Overland here. Just hit 136,000 miles. Has the lifetime warranty on it so I plan on keeping it until they just won't pay to fix anything any more, lol.
We've had it since about 37,000 miles on it and in that 100k we've put a water pump on it, replaced the head bolts on the passenger side, fixed a leaking air line on the Quadra Lift system, all under warranty.
Regular maintenance and a battery is all we've really paid for. I also took out the Uconnect radio and replaced it with a Kenwood system so I had Carplay and better sound.
|01-25-2020 01:44 PM|
|DavidsCyclops||247,000 miles 2014 3.6 Overland Grand Cherokee|
|01-24-2020 02:59 PM|
good thread here
my old accord had 425 000 miles ( 685 000 km) on the clock when i sold it years ago - with an original clutch !
wifeys minivan just clocked 185 000 mile mark today and still runing ok with original trans
JK and XJ are fresh babiess with only 80 and 120 000 miles on the clock
Seen here a lot of high mileage vehicles and also with manipulated odometers (which is a serious crime but was very popular because it was not so monitored some years ago)
One of the best was a 2003 Dodge minivan with 890 000 miles which was sold with 220 000 on the odometer ! The customer brought it to my shop
to check the timing chain for rattling noises
|01-24-2020 02:37 PM|
I have a 2015 WK2 and just passed 120,000 miles. Not much history though. I bought it in October
I also have a 2001 WJ with 505,000 as my second vehicle. I bought it in 2006 with168,000 miles. I still put about 75 miles on it a week. It is a 4.0 and has been very dependable. Just a couple of water pumps, oxygen sensor replacement and crank shaft sensor replacement. Transmission and transfer care are original and only been serviced over the years.
I had a 1993 ZJ until I lost it in an accident with 425,000 miles on it. Again a 4.0 and no major problems it was a kinda rare 5 speed but the transmission needed some work when I lost the vehicle.
I wish they still made the 4.0 engine.
|01-23-2020 03:48 PM|
Just passed 100,000 miles on my 2015 Overland. Only things replaced so far are the tires and spark plugs. Just regular maintenance so far.
|01-10-2020 12:35 PM|
|BigTizzie||Red is the fastest color!|
|01-10-2020 10:04 AM|
|TurnerJason1||2011 Overland 5.7 QT-II. 176,000 Miles. The only thing I've had to do to it is tires, brakes, fluid changes, a battery, and a starter. It is getting the leather dash replaced next month when it comes in. She still looks brand new. We have taken a lot of family trips with her over the years. Twice last year pulling a trailer with my bike to the Smokey Mountains and twice to Florida last year also. Never been scared to drive it anywhere.|
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