I just got my '13 back in August and had the first oil change last month at 2,000 miles.
I lease it, and the dealer says that I have to have it changed every 3,000 miles or 3 months--whichever comes first. Which kinda sucks because I only drive around 7,500 miles a year. So I'll be changing it every 1,800 miles or so. And they claim that I *should* rotate the tires every time I have an oil change--which I will not do. I did have them rotated last month, but I can't see rotating tires four times a year. It's bad enough that they want me to have the oil changed four times a year when I hardly put any miles on my Jeep.
But then again, most of my driving is stop and go, but I would think that three times a year for oil changes should suffice. I'm going to go back through my paperwork and see if I actually have to do every 3,000 miles or 3 months--whichever comes first.
EDIT TO ADD: And what amazes me is that when the dealer does the oil change, they don't even bother to top off fluids or do that 21-point inspection thing. That costs extra. My sister works for a Lincoln/Mercury dealership and I used to bring my '06 there quite a bit. They do the free 21-point inspection with oil changes and they top off all fluids and lube everything. Something the Jeep dealership does not do.
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