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Leather Dash Defect
2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee
This problem may be covered under warranty. Ask your Jeep dealer.
- Typical Repair Cost:
- No data
- Average Mileage:
- 39,100 miles
- Total Complaints:
- 9 complaints
Most Common Solutions:
- not sure (4 reports)
- replace dash (4 reports)
- glue leather back onto dash if possible (1 reports)
accessories - interior problem
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A D V E R T I S E M E N T S
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I never would have believed that the Dashboard Leather would be bubbling-up and delaminating apart just 4-months after the 3-year warranty expired on my 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Summit. This morning, the Jeep Dealer in Elizabethtown, KY offered me a fix at my personal expense, a Leather Dashboard replacement (parts &labor) for $5600.00. Would any SUV buyer expect that a top-of-the-line, $60,000.00, Jeep Grand Cherokee Summit's Leather Dashboard should have to be replaced at their expense, after only 3-years and 4-months and 31000-miles use? I am a retired Navy veteran with limited income, $5600.00 is very hard to come by. I actually thought when purchasing the Jeep Grand Cherokee Summit that it would give many years’ affordable service.
Its quality interior appearance should not have become a disgraceful personal embarrassment anytime a friend, relative, or passerby saw the defective leather dashboard. I am concerned that the loose-displaced leather Dash covering the airbags could interfere with proper safe deployment of the dashboard air-bags during an accident. I believe the Jeep Corporation will issue a safety recall and/or offer Jeep owners a proper fix to their Grand Cherokee Summit’s loose-displaced leather Dash covering.
- DAVID E. T., Rineyville, KY, US