2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland 4dr SUV 4WD (3.6L 6cyl 8A)
We bought our 2014 Overland in December of 2013.
It isn't six months old yet, and the leather is pealing on the lower part of the driver's side seat.
We had to make two trips to the dealership in order to have the manager take pictures so that he could then send them to Chrysler.
Chrysler says they will not fix it.
Too bad, because other than the leather pealing, it is a great vehicle.
However, I am afraid to think of what I would have to prove if something went wrong with the drive train.
If they won't fix something small like leather, what will happen with something big?
Right now - nothing!
Stand by things that make sense!
Like fixing leather seats.
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