Just saw these numbers today. What stood out is that Chrysler sold 15k JGCs in July - so I guess for all the issues we read about on this fourm, it must be a very small number of vehicles overall with problems.
"Chrysler Group announced its continued streak of year-over-year sales increases with July sales up 11 percent over the same month last year. The auto group turned back the clock to pre-recession sales volumes, posting the best July sales since 2006. Six individual models saw their best-ever July unit volumes, and the Jeep, Dodge and Ram brands each posted year-over-year sales gains over July 2012.
The Jeep brand fared particularly well, with the Jeep Grand Cherokee
up 30 percent over the same month last year to 15,019 units sold. Overall, the brand sold 42,277 vehicles last month, the best July sales since 2005. Each of Jeep's four models currently in production saw increases over the previous July, with the Jeep Wrangler up 18 percent, the Compass up 27 percent and the Patriot up 29 percent."
Here's a link to the full article: Chrysler Group Reports Sales Gains for 40th Straight Month - World News Report