Your all in denial ! 6th document JL with that issue ? What about the hundreds of other people in this forum with major issues, do we all need to be reminded of reality here ?
I think the misunderstanding is that there are a lot of owners that do not have problems. I've owned easily over 20 new vehicles in my lifetime and they all needed some form of adjustment or part replacement in the first year or two of ownership, knock on wood never owned a "lemon". My JL just turned 1 year last month and I now have 14K miles and I can honestly say its been trouble free. I did my research and a thorough test drive before purchase, and it has been what I expected.Your all in denial ! 6th document JL with that issue ? What about the hundreds of other people in this forum with major issues, do we all need to be reminded of reality here ?
Exactly. Also, people post far more often when something breaks than when it doesn't. But let me see if I can change that:Another perspective to think about. Jeep builds 18,000 jeeps a month... I’m sure the number crunchers look at failure rates and it is probably less than 1%.
WAAAH ! I'm not a " mechanic" , and yet I've successfully corrected minor issues that you are hysterical about. Jeeps, specifically Wranglers, require input from their owners, not helpless handwringing and whining for the mythical " good old fill in the blank " vehicles.Well, we were going to leave this morning for a Jeep trip up to Mingus mountain, but the right side passenger seat stuck full forward. Instead l drove it to the dealership,they said to bring it back Monday, the glove box is broken the air vents are loose the tranny shifts weird, it’s a piece of crap! The only good thing is it reminds me of why I started buying Toyota’s back in the 90’s, anyone interested in a good deal on a 18 JL 2 door less than 3k miles ?