Over 4,000 on the red Laredo that was on the showroom floor this week when I took my Liberty in for some service. No idea what that was all about. I looked mint. I took a peek at the undercarriage when I saw all the miles and it was spotless.
I had 4 miles.... then I test drove it for about 3 miles but when I took it home, it had 14 miles on it. I know no other customer drove it because as soon as I gave it a look over after I test drove it, the salesman already had the "sold" ticket in hand to slap on the car
__________________ -Marcus- 2012 Ford Escape XLT 3.0L V6 AWD White Suede Current mods: 6000K HID low/hi beams; Passport 9500ix; Garmin NUVI50 5% Tint; Tinted Tails; Duel Exhaust; Debadge Future mods: Lowing kit; Engine Tune; Black wheels; Monotone Paint Job
I asked my dealer why my Overland had 37 miles on it when it was delivered and he had no explanation. He did say nobody took it home for a night. Again, it was an ordered vehicle that arrived at the dealership last Friday, and I picked it up Saturday first thing.
Perhaps it was selected for "extra quality control" testing as was suggested, but there was no sticker or any other indication for this. If the workers that built it took it for lunch one day, at least they didn't leave any beer or food stains!
Mine had 6. I test drove it for less than a mile and that was all I needed to make sure it ran right and didn't make any strange noises
2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland 4x4
Mineral Gray Metallic, Black Interior
5.7 Hemi with Quadra Drive II
Off-Road Adventure II
Advanced Warning/Adaptive Cruise Control
Build Date 1/03/2011
Delivered to Dealer 1/12/2011
Acquired ownership 1/13/2011
@Dan JGC - yes, amazingly so. I amsure I paid for it somewhere, but my dealer has been pretty exceptional - other than the fact only Milious had any clue of status. Seems Jeep isn't giving dealers any tools to help customer service (or training in many cases I've read...)