Might purchase a Jeep Grand Cherokee Latitut, 2014. The carfax states that in 2015 the transmission computer/module was replaced and reprogrammed. Should I still Buy?
NO- these cars don't have a great record of repairs, and this is a prime example..... Past performance is a good indicator of future problems....I would pick another car.
I personally wouldn't buy a Jeep used or new no mater what the condition is. They just have too many problems. With that being said I would not reject this car based on a transmission module issue. More than likely it was just updated with new software. I would, however consider getting an extended warranty on this vehicle.
After my last experiences with a Jeep Grand Cherokee I would no longer buy another Jeep, they might be OK for the short term say a year or two but that's it. So my advise would be, too run away from this one.
This was the model that rolled back and killed Anton Yelchin (aka Chekov), just remember that.
KenF----- I didn't realize that was the model, but, thanks for pointing that out...... Chrysler has always been about flash and style, NO SUBSTANCE..
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