New 392 XR owner for 2 weeks....until Jeep stolen :(

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The title says it all...

My 2022 Jeep Rubicon 392 XR (one of only a handful to be sold new to the Canadian market) was stolen from the Montreal Airport Parking Garage sometime between Sunday May 15th 4:00pm, and Thursday May 19th, 2022 9:30pm). No sign of forced entry. Both original keys in my possession.

Jeep was only 2 weeks old with less than 1,500km's on the odometer.

Fully loaded, Sarge Green, Xtreme-Recon package, Sky-touch power top, off road camera, gorilla glass, trailer tow package, LED's, steel bumpers, etc, etc....

VIN # 1C4JJXSJ1NW186846.

Heart broken, and as most of you know Chrysler has stopped production of the Xtreme Recon package for 392's, meaning my dealer cannot re-order the same spec..

Please keep an eye out for a vehicle matching this spec, and if one comes up for sale in your travels, please LMK.

Thanks.

JB
 

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That’s horrible. That said personally I’d never leave a 392 overnight in a public parking garage. Too much of a target.
 
That’s horrible. That said personally I’d never leave a 392 overnight in a public parking garage. Too much of a target.
hindsight is 20/20, but my other vehicle options would of been a bigger target... Next time I'll Uber to the airport.
 
That's why I started a thread asking how they are stolen so I can find a suitable counter

 
That's why I started a thread asking how they are stolen so I can find a suitable counter


Police an airport security were useless...wouldn't even look at security cameras for me.

No signs of forced entry (broken glass or plastic).

License plate was removed as airport readers did not register the vehicle leaving the garage.

Called Sirius Guardian Tracking service (standard with Jeep) however they were not able to track the vehicle (all tracking systems were disabled, or the Jeep is already in a containership headed for the middle-East...
 
The title says it all...

My 2022 Jeep Rubicon 392 XR (one of only a handful to be sold new to the Canadian market) was stolen from the Montreal Airport Parking Garage sometime between Sunday May 15th 4:00pm, and Thursday May 19th, 2022 9:30pm). No sign of forced entry. Both original keys in my possession.

Jeep was only 2 weeks old with less than 1,500km's on the odometer.

Fully loaded, Sarge Green, Xtreme-Recon package, Sky-touch power top, off road camera, gorilla glass, trailer tow package, LED's, steel bumpers, etc, etc....

VIN # 1C4JJXSJ1NW186846.

Heart broken, and as most of you know Chrysler has stopped production of the Xtreme Recon package for 392's, meaning my dealer cannot re-order the same spec..

Please keep an eye out for a vehicle matching this spec, and if one comes up for sale in your travels, please LMK.

Thanks.

JB

Ah man, very sorry to hear that! That was a good looking 392! Try checking with these dealers and see if they have any orders that might have fallen through:



 
Ah man, very sorry to hear that! That was a good looking 392! Try checking with these dealers and see if they have any orders that might have fallen through:



he is from Canada..importing is very hard...
 
That's why I started a thread asking how they are stolen so I can find a suitable counter

So, if no glass was broken, how would a thief gain access to interior and hotwire it? I travel quite a bit and spend many a night in hotels. This post and Noways earlier thread has further peaked my interest even more towards an anti-theft system.
 
he is from Canada..importing is very hard...
Couldn't he buy it in the US and then drive it to Canada??

My friend did the BMW pickup option a few years ago. Flew to Germany and "purchased" the vehicle and was able to drive it for a few days. Then they put it on a cargo ship and he picked it up at the dealer here about two months later.
 
Aw, I’m really sorry. I’ve had my 392 XR for two weeks also and I worry whenever I park it in a public place for more than a couple of hours. Did you get full blue book for it?
I hope they find it. Will keep an eye out.
 
Help me understand the thief world. Can’t imagine how’d they sell it and make money on it since the vin number is etched all over that thing, in places they may not even realise like underneath on the frame, etc.. Even serial numbers on the engine block and other parts would give it away as a stolen vehicle. All those vin numbers and serial numbers are recorded electronically on some database somewhere. I mean, you can’t just sell it to some unsuspecting buyer because that buyer in today’s world can pull up a history report on it in a few seconds. I mean they could ship it off to some foreign land but that seems like a lot of work and expense and greater chance of getting caught in the process.
 
Well. The good news is you can now order a 23 XR 392. Sucks you have to start over though.
 
Help me understand the thief world. Can’t imagine how’d they sell it and make money on it since the vin number is etched all over that thing, in places they may not even realise like underneath on the frame, etc.. Even serial numbers on the engine block and other parts would give it away as a stolen vehicle. All those vin numbers and serial numbers are recorded electronically on some database somewhere. I mean, you can’t just sell it to some unsuspecting buyer because that buyer in today’s world can pull up a history report on it in a few seconds. I mean they could ship it off to some foreign land but that seems like a lot of work and expense and greater chance of getting caught in the process.
Sorry to hear. This is a good watch showing how profitable it is to ship and sell stolen cars overseas

 
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