My Trailhawk 2017.5 has just over 45,000 miles. Within the first 12,000 miles I had to have the transmission replace (first time they just removed it and replaced some parts) than at 5000 miles it failed and it was replaced. Next at around 10,000 miles the front drive shafts and seals were replaced then the sway bar links. No issues with oil consumption.
It does not like below zero weather at all, the transfer case clunks and moans and the belt squeals like a wounded pig when you first start it.(done this since new)
So it having plenty of little annoyances it has been trouble free the past 33,000 miles. Would I buy another one? NO
But since FCA was so kind and to warranty the vehicle for as long as I own it I will keep driving it.
I will say though when equipped with snow tires,this vehicle will climb and go through some amazing tough terrain.
Spending time learning the science of the mechanisms of friction, lubrication, and wear of interacting surfaces that are in relative motion
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