Are you absolutely positive the rotors need replacing?Seriously. I get tires. I don’t think anyone covers tires or alignment past the first year, but brakes and rotors is DEFINITELY a giant red flag. Frankly, I expected more. I’m sorely disappointed and this may be our last Jeep. Had I known I’d be replacing tires, rotors and brakes at 26k miles I never would have bought it. Nobody should have to spend this kind of money on such a new vehicle. I’m a disabled veteran, I need reliability and low cost of ownership. Our 2017 Renegade had 0 of these issues.
Find it hard to believe the rotors are rust shot with that low mileage and only in a couple years.
Rust coated rotors are normal for a vehicle sitting for a while without driving especially in rainy damp weather.
My advice make sure the rotors actually need replacing and if not that will save you a boat load of brake job money.