- 2017-2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee Recalled
- Due to a manufacturing defect with the anti-lock braking system
- Just under 500 instances were affected
Jeep Australia Just under 500 examples of the Grand Cherokee large SUV have been recalled due to a manufacturing issue.
This is the 17th return to Australia for the previous generation Jeep Grand Cherokee, which was sold between 2011 and 2021.
The latest issue affects 485 units built between 2017 and 2019.
According to the recall notice, a manufacturing defect could cause the anti-lock braking system to fail.
“If this occurs, the brake lights may illuminate or allow the vehicle to start and move out of park without depressing the brake pedal. This may result in unintended vehicle movement.
“Unintended vehicle movement can increase the risk of an accident causing serious injury or death to vehicle occupants and/or road users.”