Every second week? Seriously? What vehicle do you drive?
For my 2015 Limited (two years ownership in Nov), there have been two recalls - R05 and R27. Neither of which I experienced any symptoms but were taken care of at usual service time.
Perspective - It's a good thing.
Ok once a month..
. but still it shoudlnt be anything imho.... it seems there is so much software etc, that its on the edge, maybee its me
Honestly though... I think its indicitive of cars today, I have a 2 year old elantra, and thats had 2 software updates to its ECM, as it has issues with certain fuels on cold mornings, which causing viscosity sensors to go a bit mad, and pump too much fuel in on a cold start.
I guess we had glicthes with our old cars, which we lived with, and shrugged our shoulders, and got on with it. With software its so much more obvious. and with any sensors they can glitch (just like the King Air aircraft).
as for recalls, well it seems everyone is so scared of some lawsuit, there is recall on some brand of car each week, even Tesla recalled 300,00 cars due to one person having one issue with the seatbelts...
The main issue is the JEEP is so high tech, its a big leap for the service centers and the company to deal with. The code for the gearbox and the uconnect is so complex and runs so many things in the car that if its code has a bug or it has a hardware issue then it falls in a heap (look at the issues with my dads limited , fixed by a new system) this is all great while we have warranty, what happens when that runs out, and Jeep stop updating software?? Gladly I have a six year warranty...
Unlike the aircraft I work on they keep updating things for that, and it has backup systems to prevent issues if one system goes down. The Jeep is all at singe point of failure (like every other car out there), then again the Jeep doesnt cost 30 million dollars and kill you if one system goes up the creek and there is no backup.