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It sounds to me like you met a bad service department. I don't think you should take it out on jeep and their customers. You're comment tells people not to buy a vehicle just because you bought one that wasnt well kept, or properly maintained. not your fault or jeeps fault! it's how you were dealt with. all vehicles break!!!!!Report it
I bought a Jeep Liberty 2006 brand new and I have the same problems with the windows regulators they are made out of plastic, this is not about how you deal with the car the brake very easy, same with the door handlers.Report it
I bought a brand new Jeep Liberty in 2006 and I have had nothing but trouble with the windows - and so has EVERYONE I know with a Liberty, without exception. After the warranty expired, when the back windows broke (again), I had them both deactivated for about $150. The irony is that I almost never opened those windows after they were replaced the first time, and they STILL broke on their own. The idea that failed windows are not a safety issue is insane and completely irresponsible. Since Chrysler took over, Jeeps have been nothing but cheaply made problems. In addition, my transmission completely died at 22,000 miles. Fortunately the car was still under warranty. I now have 48,000 miles on it and although I like to keep my cars running as long as possible, I will not be sorry to see this one go, which will happen when the next major issue arises. I had a '95 Grand Cherokee for the longest time and it ran great, but that's when GMC was building them. As long as Chrysler is running the show, I will not buy another Jeep. Because of this experience, my faith in them is shot.Report it
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