MEET THE ALL NEW JEEP® VEHICLE OWNERS APP
Do you own a 2011-2019 Jeep® brand vehicle? If so, the Jeep® Vehicle Owners app is an essential tool for you. Putting vehicle and driver information right at your fingertips, this app lets you do everything from schedule service visits, check for recalls, view and record your maintenance history, contact roadside assistance and more. Get started today. Just login, scan your VIN…and enjoy the ride.
We’ve added great new features – with more on the way in 2018 – to give vehicle owners even more support, including:
• Convenient online maintenance scheduling
• Simplified navigation
• Quick and easy access to your vehicle info
• Integration with new mopar.com site
ACCESS SPECIFIC VEHICLE INFO
• Owners Manuals
• Recall Information Including Repairs Needed And Parts Availability
• Your Insurance Policy Details
MANAGE YOUR MAINTENANCE
• Schedule Service appointments
• Check upcoming maintenance schedules (based on mileage)
• View maintenance/service records
• Update/record maintenance
OTHER FEATURES INCLUDE:
• Available any time, anywhere, 24/7
• Towing Assistance
• Lockout Assistance
• Battery Jump Starts
• Tire Changes
• Fuel Delivery
• Choose a Preferred Dealer near you
• Find a dealer if you have troubles on the road
• Document accident details
• Add photographs
• Locate certified repair shops.
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Bug fixes and improvements
Ratings and Reviews
Compared to a Jaguar
Having owned four other jeeps, including another grand Cherokee back in the 1990s, I knew a lot of what to expect form Jeep. But I really thought I wanted a Jaguar F-Pace. I had researched the Jaguar and had driven it and was very impressed with its style, quality, and performance. My wife has owned two Jaguars in the past so I understood the style and performance level level that they are known for. Since I have been pleased with every jeep I have owned, I decided to look at the Grand Cherokees again knowing they were significantly less expensive. I was very pleased with what I found in the 2018 Grand Cherokee Limited. After deciding on the Grand Cherokee and having driven it for several days, I would say it is equal or even better than the Jaguar which would cost $20,000 more for a comparably equipped vehicle. While the mystique of a Jaguar is very distinct, the heritage and overall cult nature of Jeep nation makes the 2018 grand Cherokee Limited a pretty amazing vehicle.
This is a Base Model JKU. Only issue has been drivers side door lock cylinder falling out and not a fan of base model gearing. Just by putting slightly bigger wheels from a Sahara my highway MPG dropped significantly. From up to 25 to 18. City mileage stayed the same at around 16-17. Great off road ability and no issues with two 2k road trips. I love the look and six speed. Two issues were addressed with new model. Lack of putting down windshield easily and lack of AC in back. That is not enough to upgrade. Again, this is a base model, so I knew all this, except the door issue. Jeep rides smoother than many cars and trucks I have driven. The ability to remove the doors and soft top is great. Until Toyota or Ford makes a SUV with these features (including manual transmission) I will probably keep buying Wranglers.
$52k Grand Cherokee High Altitude and no hard copy manual. So I download this app and continue as guest because I just want a manual. I select my vehicle and go to the documentation section of the app and I only have two links one that says vehicles older than 2003 have their manuals at some other website and a button for pairing my phone to Uconnect. So I figured maybe it was because I was a guest so I register and add my VIN - manually because scanning wouldn’t work for two reasons: 1) the barcode on my Jeep is way longer than the little window in the windshield and 2) glare and reflections probably would’ve caused issues anyway. Even closed the app and come back in and still no manual listed on the documentation page. Shaking my head right now. This is such a simple concept and app. It’s not like it’s a banking app, e-commerce app etc..., this app is programming 101. Wish I could attach a screenshot to this review.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.