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Since the day I purchased my Jeep I have had everything you can imagine go wrong with it. It has needed over $4,000 worth of work put into replacing severe issues in less than 9 months of owning it. The power control module, tie rod, brake pads, rotors, calipers, suspension, battery, oxygen sensors, balljoints, shocks & struts, YOU NAME IT. It also seems that some parts such as the battery are far below the market quality level. My Jeep only had 75,000km on it so the majority of these parts were potentially near the end of their lifetime and G.D. Coates didn't care to replace a single thing. Also not sure how it was certified? Been back and forth with Dean Coates in emails and have not gotten a clear response or solution to this (also, no reply since March).
I have taken my Jeep to multiple mechanics for quotes and each one is in absolute shock that a vehicle in that shape was able to be sold to a customer. An absolute embarrassment on G.D. Coates' end. PLEASE purchase your vehicle elsewhere, I beg of you.