Used Jeep Grand Cherokee part prices fluctuate depending on location, supply and the component being purchased but are generally considered inexpensive by comparison, costing hundreds less than a new unit. Junkyards, auctions and classified sites are some common ways to find used parts for a Jeep Grand Cherokee.
Junkyards ofenuse a "parts list," which prices out every available component on the field. The prices stay the same whether or not the part is purchased for a luxury model or compact car. Junkyards may also offer warranties on the parts in case the part does not work on the vehicle.