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Recall your Brakes/Rotors Chrysler
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2009 Dodge Journey R/T 4dr SUV (3.5L 6cyl 6A)
After 31,000 miles we had to spend $450 on new front and back brakes/rotors. We certainly did not buy mopar parts again as they always fail and are cheap. Review after review and dealership after dealership have complained about this problem. There is even a lawsuit in California against Chrysler for these brake and rotor problems. When is Chrysler going to take responsibility? I have been a Jeep/Dodge person for 33 years and will look elsewhere for my vehicles due to the fact that Chrysler uses shoddy materials and expects their customers to just deal with it. Your customers should not have to pay $250 to upgrade their gps or $267.00/tire for your 19" rims on your r/t's. How sad!
Gad mileage is great. Other than that. You have to pay extra, several times over, to finally have any favorite features.
Take responsibility for crappy brakes and rotors. Don't charge your customers for gps upgrades of $250 and be sure you have more than one tire manufacturer for your 19"rims. They cost $267 per tire to replace. Have a recall, recall, recall on your tires, rotors and brakes.