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Multiple…multiple threads. The squeaky wheel gets the grease.

Our Wagoneer has been great over 11k miles.

There are minor issues such as seat memory and CarPlay. Otherwise a solid road trip vehicle. We love ours and are enjoying every mile. My wife drives it most days but I have a smile every time I hop in the drivers seat.

Anyone else happy with their purchase?
 

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We definitely are enjoying ours. A little over 1k miles and counting. So many options inside for the driver and passengers. It's the go to even for local runs that are usually made in the smaller compact car.

Even in our excessive heat wave in the 100's. It's so comfortable, we only notice by looking at others at the stoplights. Luxury at its finest.

We're eager to test it out in the snow this winter. Snow caps, here we come!
 

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Have a GWS3 and just went over 1,000 miles. Coming from a 2013 Ford Raptor I cannot believe the tech and comfort this truck delivers. It is truly a StarShip. Mine has been flawless and puts a smile on my face every time I drive it. Gonna have to stop with the upgrades soon - PPF coming next week, window and sunroof tints when I get back to AZ (MT snowbird). Have it pretty dialed in comfy for those long road trips in the future.
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We are very pleased with ours. When we hit 15000 miles we went on a 3000 mile trip when it decided to quit the 15-16mpg and jump to 22-23mpg. With a best tank of 23.6! Should have known something was wrong, the morning after we got back it dropped a valve and trashed the motor. So with the new motor I’m back to 15.
 

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Love our GW III! 20000 + miles, of which more than 2k off road. Super comfortable, super quiet, and very capable on and offroad (some trails are off limits due to it's size). The 6.4 is a dream, smooth and a wonderful sound. Too bad it will be gone soon.
Hwy average 15-16, offroad 13 with slightly oversized AT tires and the rooftop tent. Best 4x4 we ever owned (that includes various Land Rover and Jeep vehicles).
Only a few minor problems and a dead battery (due to mud on the sidesteps keeping them from closing all the way) which fortunately did not happen when camping in a far out canyon.

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Multiple…multiple threads. The squeaky wheel gets the grease.

Our Wagoneer has been great over 11k miles.

There are minor issues such as seat memory and CarPlay. Otherwise a solid road trip vehicle. We love ours and are enjoying every mile. My wife drives it most days but I have a smile every time I hop in the drivers seat.

Anyone else happy with their purchase?
We got WS1 with the Premium Group. 1100 miles on it so far and it has been great. Knock on wood. Only one infotainment system restart and it gets confused when two phones are paired at the same time my wife always gets confused with Andriod auto navigation and the built-in Tom Tom navigation. But that is operator error for the most part. lol But we love the ride comfort on road trips!
 

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Vehicle on the freeway drives great, power from the 6.4 is great. Interior space and appearance is wonderful.

However I'm so frustrated by the climate control acting insane, it's unacceptable and a safety concern as it will not clear the moisture from the windshield. I'm escalating a case right now with Jeep to try and get this resolved, if not it's going to be a lemon.

I sold a perfectly working Grand Cherokee WK2 to buy this, and I feel like I made a huge mistake.
 
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