Should be a negitive number on the reliablitly
By 1madjeepowner on
2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee Summit 4dr SUV 4WD (3.6L 6cyl 8A)
This is my second 2014 Grand Cherokee.
Because at 500 miles, the first one had a total and complete transition failure.
Like could not turn the car off, take it out of gear, nothing.
Should have walked away then but we had a bad experience with a Suburban once, had it taken back under lemon law, and our next 'burb was great.
So my new car, a 2014 JGC Summit has had the following:
Nav System failures - shows me in a completely different city than I am in, constant radio issues (we are now on radio number 3), phone connect issues, remote start doesn't turn on A/C, and now there are days when the car simply will not start.
Chrysler is crap.
Beautiful car that will not run.
Car color, seats comfortable
A car the is reliable.
Radio that works.
A car that is going to start.
Make the car start.
And while you are at it, admit there is an issue and fix it.
And perhaps they could make sure your $50,000 car will start.