Recently, I was preparing my 2017 JKUR for winter when I noticed a couple of small issues. First, I saw that oil was leaking very slowly from somewhere near the oil pan (not enough to really... Recently, I was preparing my 2017 JKUR for winter when I noticed a couple of small issues. First, I saw that oil was leaking very slowly from somewhere near the oil pan (not enough to really concern me, but a 2017 with less than 10,000 miles should not be leaking!). Second I found a spot where the paint was chipped on the rocker panels of the body and some rust had formed. This was on the body not the frame, and is one spot I did not want to see rust as it can get in the rockers and spread and you cant really see it. I made an appointment to drop of my Jeep to get looked at and was fully prepared to have to fight tooth and nail to get my issues fixed. I have a few offroad modifications and one look at the skid plates and it is obvious it has been used offroad. I do not feel that my offroading was the cause of either issue (I did have some surface rust on the skid plates, but I know that was my fault so I cleaned it up, primed and painted it myself). However, I have heard many horror stories about dealerships refusing to touch vehicles that were modified or used offroad. So, to get to the point of this review...I dropped it off with John at Uptown, explained my issues and he took care of in with little strife. I did have to leave it overnight since the bodyshop didn't have time to get me in, but when I asked for an update John quickly sent me a video of the the guys working on my jeep and pointed out exactly what was leaking and how they were fixing it. I was not expecting my dealership experience to be pleasant in any way, but John proved me wrong. I will definitely be going to them for any future needs. MorePost is under moderationStream item published successfully. Item will now be visible on your stream.