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For sale is a 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT that has about 51k miles on it. It is black on black with all available
options with the exception of the rear entertainment package. The vehicle was originally purchased back in 2014 as
a CPO and with that, I purchased the MOPAR Extended Warranty that covers it for 7 years / 100k miles. This is
transferable to the next buyer and expires towards the end of 2020, I believe. This warranty was purchased for
about $1900 which is nothing compared to a third party warranty cost. The only reason for selling the Jeep is that
my wife and I need a larger vehicle with a growing family of kids and dogs.
For the purposes of clarity, I will list everything out in bullet form:
Year: 2014 Make: Grand Cherokee
Trim: SRT Exterior Color: Black Pearl
Interior: Black Leather with the Suede inserts and Carbon Fiber Trim. The interior is an easy 8.5-9/10, in the
pictures, the scratch referred to later on in the description is just below the cup holder and the bolster on the
OEM Options: Panoramic Roof and Harmon Kardon Stereo, heated front and rear seats, cooled front seats, heated
steering wheel, adaptive cruise control, adaptive headlights (turning and brightness), backup camera. Everything
that was possible to have on an SRT with the exception of a rear entertainment. For my daughter I used a special
sleeve that covered the passenger headrest and attached a tablet to that. Worked awesome while keeping the
interior clean from junk. I will be more specific if a buyer has kids to entertain.
Wheels: Black Chrome Spider Monkey 20" with updated 2015 Jeep SRT center caps
Tires: Yokohama Parada Spec X with about 8k miles, rotated every 3.5k miles
Brakes: Front are Hawk Ceramic pads and OEM replacement rotors with about 10k miles Rear are full oem and have
about 20% life left, only pads are needed
Mats: 3 sets are included: OEM carpet, OEM all weather with trunk liner, Lloyd's Custom Premium Carpet with SRT
logo on all front and rear
Modifications: Injen Cold Air Intake, helps decrease ambient intake temps by around 10 degrees and has the
hydroshield cover to protect from water. Jeep front badge removed, Grand Cherokee side badges removed at 20k miles
for a cleaner look, SRT badge added on drivers side bottom grill to mimic the look of the Challengers. I get tons
of compliments on the clean look of Jeep with the badges removed except for the subtle SRT badges. Catch-can: Black
to match the basic look of the engine bay; if not sure of what a catch can, a quick google search will help. It is
a mod approved by Mopar to help improve engine life. This has been on since about 2k miles after I bought the
vehicle and service at two Jeep dealers has not been an issue. The original airbox is included with purchase and is
easily returned to stock if desired. I can do this if a buyer wishes.
Warranty: Has the factory 5 year / 100k powertrain and will also include the 7 year / 100k Mopar warranty that can
be transferred to the next buyer. It cannot be transferred more than once, just FYI.
Paperwork and Keys: All books and manuals along with the original window sticker and both keys are included. I
also have every piece of paperwork associated with the Jeep in my time of ownership.
History of the Jeep: I have owned this since 08/2014 and have loved it very much. It has been garaged each night
and has only seen snow a handful of times. Each time, I have powerwashed the undercarriage prior to parking her in
the garage. The roads in our area are great and during my ownership has never been in or around city roads. Oil
changes done as recommended every 6k with Mobil 1 full synthetic. The Yoko tires I have found to be the best
alternative to the stupid run flats on the stock. Had Toyo tires for about 8k miles and they were awful. The
exterior of the car has some very mild signs of use from normal driving on the front bumper. There are no
scratches, gouges, large touch ups, etc. I wash this car every week by hand and use a spray wax at the same time.
It is hand waxed once every 6 weeks and clay barred at the end of winter and after the initial part of spring when
all the pollen is mostly done with. The inside is very well ma