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iwearpumas 03-14-2012 12:09 AM

Should I get Quadra-Lift?
 
I've been reading the threads and I've been reading how many have been having problems with their QL. I'm trying to figure out if it's worth it for me to have. I live in NYC, the only issue we have are pot holes, and some snow in the winter. I'll be honest, the 2010-2011 winter season was horrendous, and I vowed that my next vehicle will be an SUV. Well it almost time for me to get a new vehicle and I am soon purchasing a GC. I already have a Hemi in my Magnum RT, and I just don't feel the need for another Hemi, been there done that already. I plan on getting the GC Limited, with the selec terrain, but I'm trying to figure out if I should get it with the QL package. Any input helps, thanks.

ericwp 03-14-2012 03:31 PM

Re: Should I get Quadra-Lift?
 
I live in bergen cty by giants stadium so i can feel your pain of the way the roads turned out this past winter, or lack of it.
I had mine for about a month a GC overland, have 450 miles on it and use the QL all the time. No issues yet...
I would get it if i was you.
Once you get in the jeep you're going to want to go places you've never driven before...
I'm looking very much foward to my yearly trip to Mooswhead Lake Maine and the plethora of dirt roads up there.
I got the skid plates, all 4 of them afterwards, an am pstyched for some back country wheeling.
Took my BMW last year on soem roads..was fun, but the Jeep is going to be a blast.

Cherodude 03-14-2012 05:24 PM

Re: Should I get Quadra-Lift?
 
Sample size of one, but for what it's worth my QL has been flawless over 15 months and 30,600 miles. Driven daily on expressways, so auto adjustment for aero height several times per day, plus occasional OR1 and OR2 for trails or deep snow.

With heavy use of the QL a few times over this period of time I have twice seen the EVIC message for 'QL system cooling down' or whatever it is. But both times, it was a brief message that went away after a minute or two.

Never been recharged, vehicle always level within limits of the system. Beautifully quiet and smooth ride.

So, it can be great. I tend to own my vehicles a long time (10 years or so), so I expect to pay someday for some QL repairs, but so be it.

If I lived in the USA I would definitely get Maximum Care warranty, but it is not available here. I am my own extended warranty.

YMMV.

slawek65 03-14-2012 07:12 PM

Re: Should I get Quadra-Lift?
 
18 months with GC and no single problem with QL or GC :thumbsup:

GrandFa 03-17-2012 03:30 AM

Re: Should I get Quadra-Lift?
 
My Overland stands near the fence of the dealer center for 33 days. At first on 15000 km exploded rear cylinder, and then when they switched to a new and started to pump up the working pressure in the system, the second cylinder exploded. Again, wait for parts from your f-u-c-k-ing America, and then a court will return a f-u-c-king bucket back to dealer - let them f-u-c-k with him as they want.
Learn how to make real cars, not a bucket of bolts and nuts!
Legend of shit!

Eric67 03-17-2012 07:27 AM

Re: Should I get Quadra-Lift?
 
8 months, no problems at all.

rich mac 03-20-2012 09:23 PM

Re: Should I get Quadra-Lift?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by GrandFa (Post 595397)
Again, wait for parts from your f-u-c-k-ing America,

Sorry to hear you are having trouble, but you might take a milder tone when speaking about America. Any product from any country can have difficulties.

GrandFa 03-20-2012 10:27 PM

Re: Should I get Quadra-Lift?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by rich mac (Post 597496)
Sorry to hear you are having trouble, but you might take a milder tone when speaking about America. Any product from any country can have difficulties.

Difficulties in communicating through an interpreter. I am 64 years and I do not know English, so how Google translated what I wrote. And then, as is Chrysler's representation in Russia to the consumers of their products does not deserve the other words. No more cars in f-u-c-k-ing Russia is not deliver so much trouble to their owners, as the brainchild of Chrysler.
What I wrote does not apply to people living in your country. So, relax!

AAAA 03-21-2012 03:18 PM

Re: Should I get Quadra-Lift?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by GrandFa (Post 597559)
Difficulties in communicating through an interpreter. I am 64 years and I do not know English, so how Google translated what I wrote. And then, as is Chrysler's representation in Russia to the consumers of their products does not deserve the other words. No more cars in f-u-c-k-ing Russia is not deliver so much trouble to their owners, as the brainchild of Chrysler.
What I wrote does not apply to people living in your country. So, relax!

Apparently you know one w-o-r-d in English quite well.

lll2for3lll 03-21-2012 04:25 PM

Re: Should I get Quadra-Lift?
 
If you don't tow.....I don't see the point.

Kuwait Lover 03-24-2012 07:08 PM

Re: Should I get Quadra-Lift?
 
For me i don't like the complexities, more complexities cause more mechanical faults but it's up to you

driver354 03-25-2012 07:13 PM

Re: Should I get Quadra-Lift?
 
Wish I got it.


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