Silver 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee Special Edition I6 4.0
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Pioneer Primere Deh-P840 headunit XMD-1000 (xm receiver) Audionbahn Bandpass Box with 2 Audiobahn 12" subs powered by Audiobahn Amp|
Escort 8500 X50 radar detector hardwired to auto dim rearview mirror|V3 projector headlights with 6K HIDs in Lows, 3K HIDs in Fogs|black brush guard & black nerf bars|Hyper White LEDs in interior lights, and Rear License Plate|16" JK unlimited wheels
__________________ Overland: Nokian WR G3 SUV tires, front and t. c. skid plates, Bosch Icon blades, Husky X-Act Contour slush mats, MOPAR cargo mat. Successor to trouble-free 2011 Limited.
Thanks for the welcomes. I have been reading a bunch of stuff - mostly issues on new vehicles - on the forums here - I assume WK2 is the body/tech style for a group of years - 2011 - 2014? Picking it up in a few hours
I've had several new vehicles in my lifetime so far, most were pick up trucks but a few were suv's. I have to say that this 2013 overland is the nicest vehicle I have ever owned. The quality of construction (body and trim) seems very good and I just got home from driving it about 8 hours today, and it is quite enjoyable. Going to get mobile 1 put in tomorrow, always do that with all my vehicles.
Haven't noticed any problems. Everything I've tried has worked and there is a lot of stuff on these rigs.