Jeep capped price servicing




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    The following terms apply to our 5 Year Capped Price Servicing. Program ( Program) which forms part of the Jeep 'There and Back. Guarantee'.

    Jeep has announced a five-year warranty and capped price servicing plan in an effort to win back consumer confidence after taking a massive.

    Jeep capped price servicing

    Jeep capped price servicing

    If I go to an independent workshop for the car servicing, will I have an issue with my warranty? This is from my local jeep dealer. Then you get a roadworthy and get defected for a minor single stone chip under 15mm, single layer break, out of driver sight and wiper range, not one aspect of it was classed as a defect, so I had to refer him to the TMR rules and then tells me it's down to interpretation! Will abuse the KTAS price savings on tyres, and that's about it with them. It Sank in about 10mins later.

    Jeep capped price servicing

    Jeep capped price servicing

    Jeep capped price servicing

    Jeep capped price servicing

    Jeep capped price servicing

    New services for Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge fall short of capped price schemes

    The engine is the 2. So in 2 years total cost of service AUD Problem is Jeep advise service every 6 months or 10K KM intervals. I have owned a number of vehicles and even my 2nd vehicle is a VW Caddy Diesel which is costing less per year in service than the Jeep. Now is this normal. Should I gave up on dealers and go with independent mechanis.. Yeah, Jeep servicing is expensive and the intervals are short, and parts cost a bit. I've got a Grand Cherokee MY14, I plan on servicing at the dealer until the warranty is up, then go to a regular mechanic and buying filters from the US.

    You could ask here if there are any recommended mechanics in your area: The Wrangler is a very basic car in terms of technolgy, so what is the Forum advise,. Wow is this for a Wrangler. Well the Jeep diesels have dpfs and require higher spec oil.

    Jeep capped price servicing

    The SRT requires less oil 6. As I understand it, the Prado takes 5litres of 5W40, but dealers don't tend to adhere to the spec very closely. Oh, and on the diesel fuel filter, you can get aftermarket for these, and they meet spec, so shouldn't affect your warranty: Not sure where you are but: Try asking at the AJOR site, they will give you some pointers.

    Many of them do buy their parts from the US and get the dealer to fit, some dealers will also allow you to provide your own oil. But can be done cheaper if you provide your own parts. Something to look forward to.

    Jeep capped price servicing

    Great Feedback Thanks to all. Interesting dealer comment about supplying parts, they will not provide any warranty on the service itself. They agree thay do have a margin on the parts so covering only the service is not of their best interest.

    I would gald travel there for good service and saving some money. IF we call they would give me a list of part that I would need to take? I don't know where you are but try searching for local jeep specialist not dealer! Agreed and already good some good feeback on same independent shops. Would not take to the dealer This is from my local jeep dealer. We couldn't get an aftermarket one for a grand voyager anywhere in Australia.

    The owner ended up importing one from the US. Not sure about patriot thou.. Sort of says it all. Jeep servicing costs is the least of their worries. You have to be able to use it on a regular basis before it needs servicing.

    Jeep capped price servicing

    Lesson here is, do your research before you buy a car. And don't get sucked into the dealer BS about voiding the new car warranty. The ACCC has already ruled on that! A diesel engine requires regular servicing. No major failures but had no difficulty finding after market parts at a fraction of MOPAR part costs. Hi Alexwar, Don't know which state you are in, but my advice is to go to several places and get quotes. You don't have to stick to the Jeep Dealers or where you bought your Jeep from.

    Comparing your costs against mine I think you are coming off very cheaply. There is nothing stopping you from supplying all the items needed for the service. By the way, I am in W. If you're not sure that we are being ripped off in Australia, remember that the same car in the US has a 10, MILE service interval not 10, km. That's 60 percent longer!!! I have a friend with a Prado Diesel You need to keep in mind that a Prado costs at least 10k more then the Jeep. When you do the maths and take into account the cost of the car, his servicing costs VS yours, it would take you over 12 years to spend the same amount of money as you Prado friend.



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