The Jeep commander that couldn't follow commands.
I drive a 2010 Jeep commander. We have owned it for 4 years. Upon purchase everything seemed great. Within the first 6 months our air conditioning went out. The heat stopped working. Our tire sensors were off. And our sun roof was leaking. All of these things were fixable and we still loved our Jeep. Until 2 years ago when I was driving down the highway going approximately 40 miles per hour during a snowstorm with a semi behind me and my car dropped from 40 to 0 miles per hour out of nowhere. I could have died if the semi was not paying attention. I contacted the dealer and they had said they've never heard of such a problem. Since this very first time are Jeep has continued to have this problem basically every time we drive it. Sometimes I will be driving 60 miles an hour and it will downshift to 40 miles per hour out of nowhere. An accident waiting to happen. I have done a lot of independent research in regards to our issue. We are not alone. Hundreds of thousands of Jeep commanders have been recalled for the same situation. It is tied into the power steering and suspension along with the tire sensors. I have spent over a hundred of my own hours on the phone with Jeep and with Chrysler trying to have our Jeep fixed and I have gotten nowhere. I would not recommend the 2010 Jeep commander. It is a death trap. A very expensive one.