Simply because "Audi" is not in the hands of "FCA" ... a legend (in Europe) blames "Italian manufacturing" in general, Jeep having been bought by FCA, so it is the managers who work "in the Italian way" and the consequences are what we see now.I really loved my Jeep but hated the steering, it absolutely sucked to drive it down the highway. @JeepCares was kind enough to message me explaining my local dealer would reset it but after going to three dealers, showing them the message, and all of them telling me it only effected jeeps up North, I gave up. I drove the Wrangler 15k miles in three years and got rid of it.
it’s amazing how nice it is to drive a car down the road now and not have to constantly fight to keep it in my lane plus the Audi dealer is so so much nicer than Jeep, they were terrible, which sucks.
At the time when "Jeep / Chrysler" were in the hands of "Mercedes", it was there too, as the legend, but with seriousness and respect for the customer.
I "tested" Jeep in the "Mercedes" era and now Jeep in the "FCA" era ... a complete disaster and I fear for the future.
Jeep is a legend since 1944 and that has freed a whole container from a disaster. It is very easy to break a legend, thank you FCA!