Good car, very poor build quality and Chrysler will not stand behind fixing engine issues.
4x4 and fun to drive.
My issue is the large amount of oil used, 1 qt used per 2500 miles. This is what the dealership and jeep told me.
NORMAL OIL CONSUMPTION: Below are industry standards for normal engine oil consumption:
Mileage below 50,000: Normal oil consumption is one quart for each 1,000 miles
driven. Mileage above 50,000: Normal oil consumption is one quart for each 750 miles driven.
So, as long as a jeep with 50000 or more miles on it does not use more than a quart of oil every 750 miles they do not care, and they will not fix it.
I was also told that why new Jeeps take 6 qt's since they use so much oil.
I even have a warranty and they still will not fix it. There are no oil leaks and I have had 2 oil consumption test ran on the vehicle by the dealership. The dealership and Chrysler will not help fix the problem. I was told
by the dealership that I am lucky it does not use a quart of oil every 1000 miles, since it may get low enough to burn the engine up in under 2500 miles.
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