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I have a 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee with almost 70,000 on it. I have heard that when they start to get high mileage they are unreliable. Is this true? In the past two months I have invested some money in it with front and rear brakes and four new tires so I am reluctant at this point to trade it in. What do you think?

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Amanda J. Pierce, MBA Hi Ann, I personally have an 05 Jeep Grand Cherokee. They are great vehicles, and it is normal expectancy to replace brakes and tires around 70k mileage. When all vehicles start racking up the higher mileage they do require some TLC, that is normal. I personally would rather pay for light repairs here and there than finance a new vehicle have higher payments and experience depreciation. AJ Pierce

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