Re: 2015 High Altitude Owners Thread
^^^ That's fairly common and not specific to any particular model. Its just one of those things that may have been designed poorly or the adhesive just not holding. I didn't have the problem on my 2014 Summit, but after delivery I did have to fix a couple things here and there that weren't aligned perfectly or up to my standards. All minor and not something I would go to a dealership for as I always feel they would just make it worse.
On my 2012 Overland, that did have the same problem you explained above and I fixed it myself. Its been a white but I think I pulled it out just enough to get some epoxy adhesive in there, then secured it back in place and they never pulled out again.
2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee High Altitude, Bright White, V6, HK audio