When I first purchased the car, I brought the car in because the LED for the security system didn't come on. They told me the car didn't have one. I told them it was part of the package. They told me "you can't always believe what's on the window sticker." I looked up the package in the dealer's showroom booklet. They said you can't believe that either. I then called Dodge and they confirmed I was supposed to have a security system.
After a long heated argument that included me threatening to put a lemon sign on the car and park it on the street in front of their dealership, they finally admitted the problem.
The wiring harness that connected the trunk to the security system was MISSING from the car. Yes, missing - as in left the factory without one. Thus it would never arm.
The car was pretty reliable for a while. When I went in for the first transmission fluid change, I had the dealer do it. When I got the car back, the transmission would SLAM into first when down shifting from second. Brought it back in and they performed a software update to the transmission. That took them ALL DAY, literally.
Then at 77000 miles the transmission started acting up and I just traded it back to the same dealer for a new Honda, which has been perfect. The dealer is still awful, and I try to never go there anymore.