Work In Progress..
- '18 CX-9 Signature
I can see this being a possibility. One guy on a different forum I'm on mentioned the sliding doors binding, meaning they wouldn't close, and in extreme cases the doors could just fall off their rails completely. And that was only one of the issues. He got the doors fixed, but it's started doing the exact same thing again. That kind of stuff is enough to turn me off from the brand completely.I have a theory about why Chrysler appears to be very reliable, based upon cost of ownership.
Many people who continue to buy Chrysler products, over and over may qualify as deep-rooted "buy only American" folks. As such, when they fill in surveys, they tend to "fudge" the input because doing otherwise may make them look like fools. This wouldn't work if only a small percentage of Chrysler owners did this, but I think these owners fall into the fanboy club category.
Tesla owners tend to fall into this category, also but Tesla's first sedan came out in 2012, so that explains why it is not listed. You can see in youtube that there have been many serious issues with them.