Life Time Warranty does not mean Life Time Warrenty
By 2007liberty on
2007 Jeep Liberty Limited 4dr SUV 4WD (3.7L 6cyl 4A)
Back in 2007 our family purchased 2 Jeep Liberties.
Our Limited has about 51,000 miles.
The trans went on it. Now, we have a Life Time Warranty on it so we thought we were covered.
It needed to be inspected for our warranty to count?
No where on the contract does it state this. Do not trust your contracts.
This company will find ways around for filling them.
We're never buying a Jeep again.
They just lost over 20 people in our family who have bought Jeeps in the past but will never buy them again in the future.
Don't lie to your costumers and you'll stay in business. :D
Life time means life time.
Not, one year.
Not five years.
Not ten years. Not twenty years.
Not fifty years.
LIFE TIME OF THE VEHICLE!!!!
Have you ever had to warranty anything this major on a vehicle? It's standard operation to find out why it failed. Was it from too much heat? Loss of fluid? Over filled from service? There's lots to look at here. personally I've owned 3 Jeeps and all have ran past 200,000 miles with minimal problems.
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