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After trying most Landovers, Suzuki, Nissans & the rest, which were ok, some better than others, I tried my 1st jeep 5 years ago......after having 3 of these now , all bought fairly new & an old 10year one with between 23k & 89k, & now going over the 140,000- 200,000 miles in the last few years , diesel economy & yank tank build, these do the job !! There comfortable reliable & do all you need & more with the 2.5 & 2.8 ltr motor,

what a 4x4 they are ......

 

Jeep Cherokee crd

 

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Glad your happy we them fella there not for me never seen any at shoot but fair play you like them . Our last land rover had 350 thousand when we sold it .

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Glad your happy we them fella there not for me never seen any at shoot but fair play you like them . Our last land rover had 350 thousand when we sold it .

That's some milage! What landrover was it?

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Glad your happy we them fella there not for me never seen any at shoot but fair play you like them . Our last land rover had 350 thousand when we sold it .

That's some milage! What landrover was it?
defender 90 serviced every year and wax oiled was bought from new heater motor , couple of wheel bearing ,water pump new rad timing belt clutch tyres exhaust brakes and two of the plastic spacers that fit in the bonnet hinges oh and few bulbs was all we need to do time we had it . We use to normally get rid or our landrovers and rangerovers around 200 thousand mark . Rust seems to be the killer with them . Edited by scottish lurcher
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Be no good to me I've always got something dead in the back of the truck so I need a twin cab .......

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Be no good to me I've always got something dead in the back of the truck so I need a twin cab .......

you can get 110 pick ups

I was referring to the jeep .......

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I've a Cherokee pioneer commercial 2.5 crd bags of power and unbelievable on fuel and can handle the wet sticky stuff too I prefer it over td5 disco family car lol

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After trying most Landovers, Suzuki, Nissans & the rest, which were ok, some better than others, I tried my 1st jeep 5 years ago......after having 3 of these now , all bought fairly new & an old 10year one with between 23k & 89k, & now going over the 140,000- 200,000 miles in the last few years , diesel economy & yank tank build, these do the job !! There comfortable reliable & do all you need & more with the 2.5 & 2.8 ltr motor,

what a 4x4 they are ......

 

Jeep Cherokee crd

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iHDI9FUBgZg

 

do you use it off-road ? My brother in law got stuck in the gutter outside my house when we had a few inch,s of snow some years back, funniest thing was it had a snow button on the dash, still sat there spinning the wheels for 20 mins after pushing it, I see loads of them for sale dirt cheap thought it was because they were crap,

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il stick with my landcruisers thanks 700,000 just done a trip to germany didn t miss a beat

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il stick with my landcruisers thanks 700,000 just done a trip to germany didn t miss a beat

That's some mileage fella.

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il stick with my landcruisers thanks 700,000 just done a trip to germany didn t miss a beat

is it like trigs broom? :laugh:

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