331,000 Jeep Grand Cherokee Recalls Due To Rear Coil Spring Can Detach
Jeep's parent company, Stellantis (formerly known as Chrysler), has issued a recall for over 331,000 Jeep vehicles worldwide due to a potential safety issue. The recall specifically affects certain models of the 2022 and 2023 Grand Cherokee, as well as 2021 to 2023 Grand Cherokee L SUVs. According to documents released on June 8, 2023, by the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the rear coil springs may have been improperly installed during production, which could cause them to detach from the vehicle while in motion. This poses a safety hazard that could lead to accidents and endanger other drivers on the road. The Jeep Grand Cherokee SUV was manufactured between May 17, 2021, and May 31, 2023, while the Jeep Grand Cherokee L SUV was produced between December 5, 2020, and May 31.