Late model ZJ series Grand Cherokee Limited with the 4.0 litre
stright-six, LPG system, plush interior; ideal for winter or towing duties
Supplied new April 1998 this late model ZJ generation of Jeep Grand Cherokee is finished in Aubergine and sits upon its period correct 16inch alloy wheels shod with chunky Cooper A/T tyres and benefits from useful side steps, tow bar and privacy glass to the rear.
Under the hood, we find the popular 4.0 litre AMC 242 inline-six cylinder petrol engine which developed a useful 190bhp and 225 ft lb of torque driving all-four wheels via four-speed 42RE automatic transmission with Quadra-Trac full time four-wheel drive with low range option.
Inside this ‘Limited’ spec Grand Cherokee we find the typically luxurious and plush leather interior in charcoal with electric seat adjustment, two-stage heated front seats, adjustable lumbar, electric windows, electric mirrors, climate control with AC, electric glass sunroof, heated rear window, front fog lights, cruise control, walnut trim, premium Infinity Gold sound system with 6-speakers (an after market Sony head unit has been retro-fitted) and electronic vehicle information centre (EVIC).
The Cherokee shows 119,859 miles which is comparably low for one of these easy going comfortable mile munchers of its era and presents well with but a few signs of life, age and use with some localised lacquer peel on one side as pictured on a section of lower body cladding and some milking to the windscreen. That aside, the truck started promptly, felt ever so comfortable and moved around with ease having been driving up to us by the vendor from South Wales, proving very handy in the recent snowy weather.
The vehicle has an LPG system on it with switch on the dash and tank as seen in the images, fitted in the boot. We cannot state if this works, or how well it works but we understand the vendor has used it, thus helping alleviate some of the fuel costs.
The history file includes the V5C recording 10 former keepers, the current since 2015 along with the owner’s pack and manuals plus a selection of historic bills for a some works to the LPG system in 2013, a historic service and some tyres in 2003, 6 old MOTs and the current MOT, valid until March 2024 recording three minor advisories.
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