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# 250898 30-May-2019 13:22
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Why would something that scores so low even be allowed to be placed into the market now days.

 

https://www.stuff.co.nz/motoring/113109601/nz-distributor-not-pleased-with-cowboy-jeeps-lone-star-state#comments





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  # 2248549 30-May-2019 16:09
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Lots of L300 owners swear by them and do everything they can to keep them going as long as possible. If new ones could still be sold here they would be snapped up.

 

 





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  # 2248552 30-May-2019 16:27
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Jeeps spend too much time on the back of tow trucks of in the Jeep service department to be on the road long enough to have an accident, 😜





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  # 2248614 30-May-2019 17:34
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Wow, I wouldn't want to be in the back seat


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  # 2248628 30-May-2019 17:54
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...
“It is truly disappointing to see a brand-new car being put on sale in 2018 with no autonomous braking system and no lane assistance,” commented Euro NCAP’s Secretary General, Michiel van Ratingen. “It is high time we saw a product from the Fiat-Chrysler Group offering safety to rival its competitors.”
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https://carbuzz.com/news/why-is-the-jeep-wrangler-experiencing-a-death-wobble

Why Is The Jeep Wrangler Experiencing A "Death Wobble"?

First things first: no one has died but this could be a cause for concern.

"When you buy a Jeep Wrangler you have to be willing to part with the comfortable ride offered in most other new SUVs. It’s just how it is. The Wrangler is unique in that way and yet it remains a huge seller. However, The Detroit Free Press has learned that the latest generation Wrangler remains susceptible to solid front axle issues that sometimes causes the steering to shake violently. This is typically caused by hitting a bump or pothole at high speeds.
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  # 2249379 31-May-2019 22:04
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Rikkitic:

 

Lots of L300 owners swear by them and do everything they can to keep them going as long as possible. If new ones could still be sold here they would be snapped up.

 

 

 

 

 

 

That Jeep is actually extremely safe compared to the L300. As the Jeep actually has airbags and it's interior didn't get crushed.

 

 

Biggest problem is the governments failure to actually enforce workplace health and safety in relation to work vehicles. Despite the inside of a work vehicle having long been regarded as a place of work. Yet if an employee gets injured or killed due to a forklift or quad bike accident. Worksafe will destroy you in court. But unsafe vehicles on the road - Worksafe don't care in the slightest.






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