I went Jeep shopping a few years ago to a large chain dealership and saw a shop employee (the oil change/tire rotation guy) returning from running errands in a BRAND NEW RUBICON- $56,000 msrp. One of the most expensive vehicles on the lot In 2017.
He was returning from Dunkin getting ice...
My build date was 10/28/20. I bought mine off the dealer lot Dec 2020 with 7 miles on it. (2 of those miles I put on it taking it for a test drive lol.) So I assume mine came off the truck with 5 miles on the ticker.
I think the only reason one Jeep would have more miles on it would be if it...
SAME AMOUNT OF PLAY MY ‘21 HAS.
Dealer said TSB doesn’t apply.
Did alignment and showed the before/after specs. (Only one wheel slightly off.)
I firmly believe this is not fixable.
Enjoy your poorly designed steering box Jeep.
FOR THE FOLKS THAT CLAIM THEIRS ARE FIXED, PLEASE POST A VIDEO...
I’m starting to believe that Jeep doesn’t know how to build vehicles. How in the World is he going to get this fixed? Plus the majority of Jeep dealership’s mechanics seem incompetent from what I read throughout our forum.