2014 Cherokee getting its THIRD transmission
Sorry to beat a dead horse with regard to the transmission issues but my 2014 Cherokee is once again getting a new transmission. I first replaced the transmission at 15,000 km and now at 90,000 km here we go again. I've been in contact with FCA/Chrysler and though they are replacing the tranny under warranty that's about all that they are willing to do. I have a couple issues with this:
1. Who is to say that the transmission won't need to be replaced again, perhaps after the warranty period has expired and on my dime?
2. My confidence in the vehicle, and in the manufacturer has been diminished.
3. The car itself has been devalued through these issues. These are warranty fixes and thus disclosed on vehicle history reports thereby reducing my trade-in or resale value.
4. I have serious safety concerns knowing that the transmission is (potentially) unreliable. A complete transmission failure could have devastating consequences.
Does anyone have any suggestions on how best to proceed with this? At this point I'm going to have to trade it in (after it's fixed) and get another vehicle. However, is there anything that any of you might be able to consider with regard to manufacturer liability? Sorry for the redundancy but I'm at a loss with regard to the best course of action moving forward.