We've had this car since it was new. At about 80K mi, had to rebuild rear differential. At about 125K mi had to rebuilt entire rear end again, along with shocks. I was told my dealer that this was a "known problem". Car engine is strong, interior has fallen apart in hot Virginia summers - vinyl has split and cracked. I am disappointed that this car won't last much longer - I thought Jeeps were good for 200K.
Rear differentials shouldn't be a known problem. Jeep needs to recall if they have major issues like this.
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