At 65,000, a glitch in the transmission occurred, dealer took care of immediately (under warranty). Something to the effect of the speed sensor going out and the vehicle not knowing when to shift or downshift. Took about 45 minutes for repair. The factory installed 10 disc Infinity CD changer malfunctioned at about 70,000. Dealer also replaced with a new unit at no charge, just took about 2 weeks to get the new one in.
The absolute most comfortable vehicle of it's type I have ever driven. The heated leather seats give absolute comfort and support without letting you lose the feel of driving the vehicle, even during long trips.
The V-8 engine is more than adequate for the size of the Jeep, but the power under foot with it is more than enough to overtake whomever pulls up next to you, and makes the all time 4x4 system even more fun, it just kills any hope of gas mileage you might have with it being as average of 14.5 to 15.5 on highway.
Not the biggest SUV, but uses its size to its advantage being able to handle lots of cargo and 5 adults or a couple of car seats and 3 adults, well 2 adults and another child, I guess this is why the maneuverability is so clean and precise in town.
The exterior trim is a slight downside though, at about 70,000, I noticed the 4x4 emblems (mine has the gold pkg.) started to pop off the vehicle so I glued most on, but lost a couple of the other emblems and Jeep is very proud of those going by replacement price.
A/C uses quite a bit of freon, its been recharged 3 times that I know of, twice since I've had and the dealership says theres no sign of a leak, but when the air isn't working properly those leather seats get incredibly hot, especially if you leave the sunroof cover pushed back and the sun hits all angles.