MEET THE ALL NEW JEEP® VEHICLE OWNERS APP
Do you own a 2011-2021 Jeep® brand
vehicle? If so, the Jeep® Vehicle Owners app is an essential tool for you.
Putting vehicle and driver information right at your fingertips, this app lets
you do everything from schedule service visits, check for...
Compared to a Jaguar
Having owned four other jeeps, including another grand Cherokee back in the 1990s, I knew a lot of what to expect form Jeep. But I really thought I wanted a Jaguar F-Pace. I had researched the Jaguar and had driven it and was very impressed with its style, quality, and performance. My wife has owned two Jaguars in the past so I understood the style and performance level level that they are known for. Since I have been pleased with every jeep I have owned, I decided to look at the Grand Cherokees again knowing they were significantly less expensive. I was very pleased with what I found in the 2018 Grand Cherokee Limited. After deciding on the Grand Cherokee and having driven it for several days, I would say it is equal or even better than the Jaguar which would cost $20,000 more for a comparably equipped vehicle. While the mystique of a Jaguar is very distinct, the heritage and overall cult nature of Jeep nation makes the 2018 grand Cherokee Limited a pretty amazing vehicle.
This is a Base Model JKU. Only issue has been drivers side door lock cylinder falling out and not a fan of base model gearing. Just by putting slightly bigger wheels from a Sahara my highway MPG dropped significantly. From up to 25 to 18. City mileage stayed the same at around 16-17. Great off road ability and no issues with two 2k road trips. I love the look and six speed. Two issues were addressed with new model. Lack of putting down windshield easily and lack of AC in back. That is not enough to upgrade. Again, this is a base model, so I knew all this, except the door issue. Jeep rides smoother than many cars and trucks I have driven. The ability to remove the doors and soft top is great. Until Toyota or Ford makes a SUV with these features (including manual transmission) I will probably keep buying Wranglers.
Best vehicle I’ve ever owned!!
I have owned many Jeeps since 1981. I bought a Chevrolet Traiblazer in 2002 just to see if it would satisfy me as much as my jeeps had since it was less expensive. I found out that you get what you pay for and within 6 months I sold the Trailblazer and bought another Jeep. I have always bought the Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited and have never been disappointed. I have owned 8 Jeeps and will continue to be loyal to the Jeep brand as it has always been loyal to me. I would like to mention Anchroage Chrysler Center as the dealership of choice for their fairness, honesty, response when required and treating you like a valued customer rather than a profit to be made.
$52k Grand Cherokee High Altitude and no hard copy manual. So I download this app and continue as guest because I just want a manual. I select my vehicle and go to the documentation section of the app and I only have two links one that says vehicles older than 2003 have their manuals at some other website and a button for pairing my phone to Uconnect. So I figured maybe it was because I was a guest so I register and add my VIN - manually because scanning wouldn’t work for two reasons: 1) the barcode on my Jeep is way longer than the little window in the windshield and 2) glare and reflections probably would’ve caused issues anyway. Even closed the app and come back in and still no manual listed on the documentation page. Shaking my head right now. This is such a simple concept and app. It’s not like it’s a banking app, e-commerce app etc..., this app is programming 101. Wish I could attach a screenshot to this review.
I found my Jeep at an Audi dealer; I bought this suv one week to the day my beautiful wife of 14 years passed. She had always wanted me to have a true performance auto my entire life so I was leaving having not found one until I happened to hear someone whisper to me, “look over there, it’s here for you”...so one day after I test drove it the people at Audi of North Scottsdale allowed me to purchase it from them. I can’t ever thank them enough because this experience has helped me get through some of the awful, sad, and horrible days I had lived through and see a small sliver of light in my world I now live in as a single dad.
2017 Grand Cherokee Limited
Just went in to pick my up in service today and was thinking of trading her in and my service guy Justin which is always very helpful and good at his job sent me over to Kody the sales guys which turns out to be just as good and helpful at his job! So I traded my 2016 Jeep Cherokee Latitude in for the 2017 Grand Cherokee Limited. Very nice upgrade and couldn’t beat the price! Kody worked his magic with his guys and got us where we needed to be! Thanks to Kody and his team or I would of drove out of there today with it. He’s a awesome sales guy and would recommend him to anyone! Thanks again Kody for everything!!!
The two most important things in a vehicle, Reliability and Fun.
2016 Jeep Cherokee Altitude This vehicle is fun to own and reliable. All the technology that keeps you aware of the vehicle’s health it outstanding. It feels like safety is first and foremost in design and performance. Comfortable, good looking and intuitive it still turns heads even though it’s almost 3 years old. To summarize, I’ve put 56k miles on it and it still drives like new. I will keep it and put another 150k Miles on it. Buy it.
Useful app except for users manual
I find the service information on my vehicle useful, but having the manual displayed as a pdf in the app is a terrible experience. The manual needs be searchable text as part of the native app, displayed is easy to read type. Searching or jumping to a specific location in the current app is difficult. The text does not “fill” you screen and is very small. Please update the app to natively include the manual. To those reviewers who rate their vehicles, I love my Jeep, but this review is of the app not my Wrangler. Surprised to see so many reviews about the vehicles and not the app.
Don't make me sign in so often
Why can't this app save your sign-in info? We (personally) have other cars with similar--actually additional--features that save the sign-in. This app doesn't. The device is locked, why force a manual--repeated--sign-in to the app. At least offer Touch ID if your legal department is so risk averse (and customer unfriendly) that it requires the developers to force re-authentication so often.
I had been driving a large Denali in order to tow our camper. As soon as we parked our camper permanently I was shopping for a smaller vehicle. My first Jeep was a Wangler sport. I loved it and I’m so excited to own a Jeep again! Thanks to Dealership Derrow of Defiance! I had such a positive experience and loved how friendly and knowledgeable everyone was.
Love My Compass - Mostly
When you reach a certain age, getting in and out of a vehicle can become an issue. My Compass solves that issue for me. It rides well, and it is easy on the eyes. Only one problem, the turn signal “sticks” from time to time and becomes difficult to turn off. I found this same problem with the Sebring Touring I previously owned. Chrysler may want to consider fixing this on future vehicles.
This app is garbage. Logging in working is spotty, it cannot scan the barcode for the vin number on my 2019 Wrangler, nor will it recognize the vin when it is entered manually. If you forgot your password, well screw you, it asks for you email address, but never sends the email. You want to register? Well get ready for that same railing, because screw you again, it doesn’t send the email for that either. One would think for the amount us loyal customer pay for these vehicles (my fourth Wrangler) Jeep could produce a descent app to schedule a fricken oil change.
Good so far but...
I’ve enjoyed using the app as a good way to open my owner’s manual and find a nearby dealer, but despite the app description saying it would have a maintenance schedule for my vehicle, it does not for my 2011 GC. I can still look it up in the manual but it stinks to not have this function when I was told I would. Also I just got this app so I’m not sure I’ve used it enough to give it five stars
Loving the little Renegade
Using my 2015 Jeep Renegade Trailhawk for work primarily. I do Constrution Sales so I’m not getting stuck on job sites. Plus 29 MPG highway is great on the gas budget. If my allowance was large enough I’d be in a wrangler but for now this vehicle is great. And surprisingly good on light to medium trails. I’ll be buying an older wrangler I can mod at some point
Love my Cherokee!
Both my sons have owned at two or more Jeep Grand Cherokees each and encouraged me to test drive one. The moment I sat behind the wheel, I knew this Jeep was for me. After a week of thinking about it, I went back to the dealer and bought a 2019, Cherokee 4x4 Limited. My only regret, is that I didn’t buy a Jeep sooner.
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