Join Date: Apr 2015
Location: St. Paul, Minnesota
I'm kinda sad to keep reading more and more about others who are experiencing the same wobble trouble I am. And the rough shifting too.
I mean it's not every day I buy a new car, I had such high hopes for being a first time Jeep owner.
I'm even embarrassed to talk about it to family and friends when they ask me how it's going with the new Jeep.
I do understand that not everyone is having these troubles but it seems to me a lot of users here ARE having issues.
On my previous ride...the Nissan Xterra 4x4, I never knew I even had a transmission, everything was so smooth and powerful.
And I guess it never had to "learn" anything either.
I find it so distressing that when you take your Jeep in for service, they act like they never heard of the issues or they "play" dumb.
They claim they could not duplicate the problem...I guess they have not really taken the time to look into it enough...they are busy moving on to the next appointment or something. I had a great experience for the most part at my Nissan dealer's garage. Over the years I developed a great trusting relationship with them, and together we took the best care of my last 4x4, it was very hard for me to give it up on trade in day.
Well, I will try to think positive and hope this all gets worked out sooner or later.
2015 Jeep Cherokee V-6 Latitude 4x4
Cold Weather Group
Comfort Convenience Group
Alpine 9-speaker sound system
Deep Cherry Red Crystal Pearl
Platinum extended warranty: 72mo/100,000 miles
Weathertech floor liners, front and back
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