Well, first off, I don’t think the issues with any other make or model serve as an excuse.What issues with the build process? I don't understand what issues you're having with Jeep that isn't worse with other manufacturers?
I ordered a 2021 JLR in May 2021. It was delivered in 8.5 weeks.
I ordered a 2022 JLR in Dec 2022. It was delivered in 11 weeks.
I ordered a 2021 Ram truck on 2/26/2021 and am hoping they build it this year.
I ordered a 2021 Ford F150 on 5/4/21. It was delivered late last week (a few days ago).
I ordered a 2021 Ford Bronco on 1/23/21. I cancelled my order in May 2021 when I was told it wouldn't be built in 2021, possibly well into 2022.
To answer your question more directly, if I wanted a 2023 JLR, I'd order one.
Huh, context. The "issues" you're wondering about, and the decision-making of others, is based on your experience ordering a vehicle. That could have been included in the original post.Well, first off, I don’t think the issues with any other make or model serve as an excuse.
My Jeep was built in January, sat in one lot for a time, then was moved to long term storage 1/25. Sat there while other Jeeps were shipped out that were built well after mine. No explanation at all as to reason. Then on March 25, it was loaded on a truck. Three other JLs going to my dealer also were put on a truck. Those three others arrived at my dealer on Monday 3/28. No one can tell me where it is. The GM of my dealer has been in contact with Jeep, and Jeep is going through the lots in Toledo looking for it As they think it may not have left Toledo. A ‘specialist’ was assigned to find it; they won’t tell me the persons name and when I call the number they gave me, it says ‘mailbox full’ and then hangs up.
Personally, I think if some fort was put into communication it would work wonders. Yet it seems that as time goes on, less and less usable information is provided.
As it is now, we are all left to guess, why one JL is built, while another order just sits. Why one is shipped out while another is left behind.
People pose these type of questions when we are still in a world wide pandemic and an unprecedented supply chain/parts/transportation shortage. I think Jeep is doing remarkably well getting things built and delivered considering the global environment. Hell yeah I’d order again, and again, and again. As a matter of fact I’m waiting for another order right now.Curious to know how many would consider ordering another JL considering the issues with the build process. When you answer, please say how long from order to delivery, assuming you have received yours. If you haven’t received yours yet, when you ordered and what stage your order currently is at.
I think about how this has all gone, and it seems most if not all that bail on their orders still seem to end up with a JL. My point being that there is no incentive for Jeep to fix this if they still sell Jeeps.
What? There's been a global supply chain disruption that's impacting the entire industry. It's not a question of if that disruption will impact production but how much.Well, first off, I don’t think the issues with any other make or model serve as an excuse.