The Least Reliable Jeep Models
Some models just can't seem to get out of their own way. We've created a list of the least reliable Jeep models using data such as complaint volume, average cost of repairs, age of the car when it breaks down, and recall frequency. Here's the worst of the bunch.
What Owners Complain About the Most
Sometimes it's easiest to just tally up all the complaints and see where the biggest stacks are.
- 2006 Liberty window regulator breaks 379 (100%)
- 2011 Grand Cherokee TIPM going bad, engine won't start or hard to start 221 (58%)
- 2007 Liberty regulators fail prematurely 220 (58%)
- 2014 Cherokee shifting roughly 116 (31%)
- 2004 Liberty windows fail 116 (31%)
- 2006 Liberty window keeps falling down 111 (29%)
- 2007 Wrangler death wobble 103 (27%)
Recent Jeep News
Over 34,000 4th generation Grand Cherokees with 3-liter EcoDiesel engines are being recalled because their EGR coolers can crack, leak coolant, and start a fire. … continue reading
Chrysler has recalled model year 2021 Jeep Cherokee Latitude and Jeep Cherokee Limited SUVs because the front lower control arms may fracture. … continue reading
The 2010-2013 Grand Cherokee's air suspension doesn't work when it's cold outside and that's a big problem for owners who checks notes live in places where winter happens.
Take Canada, for example, where a new class-action has been filed … continue reading
Fiat-Chrysler has been accused of calling the 2.4L Tigershark engine's agressive oil consumption normal in order to avoid having to recall millions of vehicles. … continue reading
Fiat-Chrysler (FCA) owners are worried that their vehicles may not pass the next state inspection. And for good reason. Last month, FCA announced that nearly 900,000 vehicles fail to meet emissions standards and will need new catalytic converters. … continue reading
By the Numbers
Have a complaint about your vehicle?
The best way to find out what's wrong with a vehicle is from the people who drive them. Not only do owner complaints help us rank vehicles by reliability, but they're often used to spark class-action lawsuits and warranty extensions. Plus, they're a great way to vent.