It's common to have no zerks fittings on cars now. Didn't have any on my 02 gc or 06 commander. Even the universal joints are sealed. Might be due to improved lubricants. (better grease sealed in there) or more probably cost cutting since each of those fittings cost money. The grease fittings also allow a method for a sloppy mechanic to force dirt and sand into the part because they don't take the time to clean the fitting off. That can lead to premature failure as well. I have over a 115,000 (and a lot of these are hard miles, towing, off-road, etc) on my 02 jeep and so far the only part that used to have a zerk fitting and had to be replaced was the rear 2 universal joints. But guess whAt the replacement ujoints I bought at Advance Auto did have fittings but I would not worry about it too much.
2011 WK2: Limited, 4x4, Hemi, 730n, Class IV Tow, Brilliant Black. 30% Ceramic Tint, Lockpick, LED DRL, LED License Plate, LED Backup, LED Liftgate (all), Axle/Transfer Case OEM add-on skid plates, Sharkfin Antenna.:thumbsup: