"Good, solid, car that can offer something for everyone.
For those in inclimate weather, it's hard to beat a Jeep equipped with 4X4.
With wide aftermarket support, and many decades of loyal following, a Jeep owner should never be afraid a problem will be extremely hard, or costly to repair, in comparison with most cars on the road today.
Great as a stock setup, or lifted and locked, this car can do it all.
While not the greatest on gas, the inline 6 cylinder motor found in the Cherokees (XJ) is tried, and true, and can *easily* reach 250k miles with routine 'check ups,' and normal operation, including -light- off roading.
Since Cherokees (XJ) aren't a production model anymore, one would most likely be looking at a used one. Some things to look at......
-Motor Mounts. These are commonly replaced in higher-mile Cherokees. Not exactly a costly repair, but, if its something you don't hafta do yourself, that's nice.
-Rust. Those of you that live in places where roads are treated with salt...check the underside thoroughly.
-Ensure 4x4 works. 4hi and 4lo....sometimes they don't like to slip in-and-out of 4lo.
-Check mods/lift kits. And ask alot of questions if they are present. Test drives are great wayto check.
-Check power potions, if present. To include the wipers and power steering/hoses. PS hoses like to leak over time, and the rear wiper fluid hose is notiorious for cracking and shooting the car behind you. :>
Cheap, and reliable, with wide aftermarket support, and cheaper repair bills, the '94 Jeep Cherokee Country is a great, tuff lil Jeep that will treat its driver well. From rookie driver to our more 'experienced' drivers, the Jeep Cherokee has fans of all ages, and something to offer everyone.....
Just dont expect to win any drag races, nor expect 35MPG.
Jeep it real."
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