Re: Overland without the air suspension
Yes the air suspension is troublesome, mine started acting up at about 40K miles and has been in twice for repairs. I just ordered a Limited Eco-Diesel 4 x 4 just so I don't get it. I tow so I have the Tow package with load leveling suspension. It does not use an airbag it uses hydraulic pressure and a valve to level out to its standard height once a load is placed on it. After driving the loaded 2011 Overland that I have had since new I decided it was time for a new one and I did not want all the bells and whistles. I ordered the 2015 Limited 4 x 4 Eco-Diesel Black/Black with (NAV, 20 x 8 Wheels, Sunroof, Trailer Tow Group IV), MSRP U$ 49,190.00 my price is U$ 44,290.00.
Problems with the 2011:
1) Dash replaced at 25K miles as the leather started pealing off / bubbling on the front edge by the window.
2) The intermittent start issue / relay fix.
3) Air suspension (40-45K Miles) Car would droop and required a new valve and the pump is much more active now and lately takes for ever to get to off-road level II.
2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland 4x4 5.7L, Black / Saddle, AWACC, DVD Entertainment, Mopar Pedal Covers, Slush Mats & Cargo Mat...