Jeep Grand Cherokee Owners Complain About Transmission Problems
(April 8, 2014) – Many owners of 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokees thought they purchased their dream car when they drove off the dealership’s lot, but in the weeks following their purchase many of them began to smell a lemon.
Indeed, many of these Jeep drivers are getting a bad taste in their mouths after they began having transmission problems with their brand new vehicles.
Some owners of Jeep Grand Cherokees are reporting transmission problems in their new 2014 models, similar to those reported by Ford Focus and Ford Fiesta models. As a result, they are heading back to the dealership to get service, but they are being told that what they are experiencing is a normal characteristic of the vehicle.
Well it’s certainly not normal to have jerking issues with your new transmission. One driver of a 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo told us that shifting through gears they felt like a teenager learning to drive a stick shift. This is certainly not the experience drivers expect from a new car.
Jeep, a brand founded in 1941, is a division of Chrysler Group LLC. Owners say these are great-looking vehicles with luxurious interiors, but repeated trips to service for transmission problems has left a sour taste in their mouths.
California Lemon Law Attorney James Johnson is the founder of Johnson Attorneys Group and he specializes in helping car owners who believe they have a claim under California Lemon Law. Your new vehicle should not have defects that inhibit its safety, use or value.
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If you are the owner of a new Jeep Cherokee that is under warranty and you have attempted to repair the vehicle at least four times for the same issue or the car has been inoperable for 30 days, contact Johnson Attorneys Group for a FREE CASE EVALUATION.
We can help you with your potential Lemon Law case by representing you and getting you compensation from the manufacturer.
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