Why is Scotty Kilmer always bashing Chrysler products? I can't decide whether he reminds me more of Consumer's Reports, with their completely phony ratings of Chrysler products just to sell more magazines, or Hillary Clinton when she hysterically denounced the "deplorables". I sure am getting tired of it. (I know, I should stop watching.) Most of his videos recently have been major Chrysler bashes. He must have discovered that his viewers really like it or something. FWIW, I have driven Chrysler products for about 55 years, and I think I have received very good service from them. Any car is going to have defects because they contain so many parts, but the real issue is whether the manufacturer stands behind the product or not. Scotty recently did a very misleading video criticizing the early Ultradrive transmission used on the K-cars and minivans, but he failed to mention that Chrysler stood behind those transmissions by upgrading them to later specs, with the customer paying only a very reasonable co-pay. My original transmission failed after 80,000 miles, but my dealer upgraded it to the revised specs for only $300, and after that it was really bulletproof. Then he criticized Chrysler for using cheap shock absorbers in the early '60's, but they were the same kind of shock every other manufacturer was using, and if they failed early you just had your dealer install new ones under the warranty. And he neglected to mention that Chrysler was offering a 5-year, 50,000-mile warranty when the other manufacturers were offering 12 or 18-month warranties. It's getting to where I just don't think Scotty knows what he is talking about.