That's crazy. Plus this whole thing about voiding the warranty if the lift is installed elsewhere is debatable too. In my experience in my area, dealers have the least experience installing jeep lifts. 4by4 performance shops in my area have been installing lifts for years, and I trust their expertise more then the dealers. I've seen many posts of dealers installing things backwards. So if they void a warranty for installing a Mopar lift elsewhere, at a reputable performance shop, that's nonsense. First of all, most likely, if installed properly, a lift will not be the cause to the most common Jeep problems. So they technically can't void your warranty if the lift did not directly cause the issue. And secondly, dealerships are getting paid for any warranty work they do in your car, so it is up to them if they don't want to service you and pull the "this voided your warranty" card. Because if they are getting paid for the work from Jeep, who cares. Unless they are so busy they don't need the work or they are just a-holes.Dealer just quoted me $1600 for
The lift and 10hrs labor at $180/hr. Wtf. Are they insane!! Told me if I get it down outside a Jeep dealer it will void the warranty.