I've had the Jeep f(GC Overland diesel) for just over a month now. Here are my observations, in no particular order, other than grouped as either positives or negatives (in my subjective opinion).
1. Has all the gadgets, bells and whistles.
2. Comfortable and quiet.
3. Active cruise control. (Until I found out that there is a safety recall, and I should not be using it
4. Fuel economy. (First tank, 989kms using 86.78 litres = 11.397 kms per litre or 8.77 litres/100 calculated, 8.6 on car display) NOTE:
First tank driven in sport mode with paddle shifts used for manual gear changes to keep revs above 2000rpm. 300 - 320 highway running/remainder 50 to 80km/hr city driving. Low fuel light came on at 952kms. Filled to first click of pump.
5. Keyless entry and memory function for seat position etc.
6. No rattles, squeaks or any other noises.
Negatives (Not so Positives?)
1. Delivery fit and finish standard. (Poorly fitting panels etc)
2. Standard of paint finish and detailing. (Happy now after a wash, clay bar, wash, polish)
3. Navigation system 'lady' can't pronounce multi-syllable street names/places.
4. The steering is vague about the 'straight ahead' and requires a lot of wheel turning on tighter corners/round abouts. (To be fair maybe this is just me having to get used to it but with my wife's Polo GTI having very direct steering its taking me a while!)
5. Foot parking brake is weak.
6. Being lied to by Dealer/salesman that they had ordered replacement front half shafts even though I had it down as a condition of sale. Lying fíng arseholes. (If I find him freezing to death one day, I wouldn't give them the steam of my sh*t!)
7. The bonnet protector I was sold by the dealership was for a 2011-2013 model and had to be modified (cut-out around bonnet latch) before it would fit.
To be fair, I'm more happy than disappointed. As has been stated before in this forum, the vehicle is mostly fine, the dealers and service is what lets Jeep down. I wrote as much in the post sales on-line survey.