Jeep ‘Death Wobble’ settlement agreement details uncovered

Certain Jeep Wrangler and Gladiator owners could get extended warranties and cash back on certain types of repairs if they paid out of pocket in connection with what’s commonly referred to as the Jeep’s “death wobble.” .

This information is part of a proposed settlement agreement in a class action lawsuit limited to owners or lessees of the 2018-2020 Jeep Wrangler and 2020 Jeep Gladiator.

A warranty extension of up to eight years or 90,000 miles would cover “all parts and labor required to replace a failed front suspension damper,” according to the proposed contract. The general term of a limited warranty is one year or 36,000 miles.

FCA US, the U.S. unit of Stellantis that owns the Jeep brand, will pay plaintiffs up to $3.95 million and attorneys’ fees of up to $4,000 to each of the six class representatives. The proposed contract stipulates that the company refuses to admit liability or wrongdoing.

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