This joke of a SUV averages 10 mpg
around town, on the highway maybe 14
mpg. It has a variety of odd squeaks
and assorted noises that the dealer
cannot find and repair. My wife drives
this vehicle around town, never
offroad - the rear leaf springs
snapped, which cost close to $1000.00
to replace. A power window sensor
malfunctioned preventing the window
from operating - $300.00 to repair.
The power mirrors are now
malfunctioning. The transmission is
slipping. Overall this vehicle sucks -
I'll never buy another Chrysler
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