A salesperson's job is to tell you anything to get you to buy. There are professional salespeople who make a career out of it and know they will still be there if you have problems, so they are more likely to be honest. But most just do it for a while and move on to something else - they know they won't be around and there will be no record of whatever they told you.My salesman said none of his customers had any issue with their Compasses. Is this true? Is there anyone here not had some type of issue, electronics or otherwise with their 2nd generation Compass?
Yeah, mine squealed this morning for the first time -- probably cried for 30 seconds or so. It was only -4F and garaged, so in reality probably +10F. She started last week at -20F with no complaints. My guess is that because it was so warm on Thursday (+40F and rainy) that moisture got into places where it shouldn't have. After a long run on Friday she was parked on Saturday so today was the first start since Friday AM. Still, I'd think after a 200 mile run on Friday and moderate winter temps (+30ish) things should have dried out. I'll see how it starts tomorrow, but its not supposed to be so cold (+20ish F).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)
same here. knockl on wood.2018 with 7,000 miles. Nothing wrong at all including no oil loss.