My family has somewhat of a long tradition of owning jeeps, because they "last forever!". 3 Cherokees in my family have lasted beyond 200k miles. I offhandedly assumed that those anecdotes meant data, so when I destroyed my '96 ranger in a car wreck, I bought an '07 wrangler.
I've learned that the quality of Jeeps died once Chrysler bought them and started pulling from their part bins. The wrangler only had 40k miles on it, but I had to do an oil change every month because it burned so much.
I ended up selling it to a dealer and getting a Toyota. The Jeep tradition is over as far as I'm concerned.