I'm relatively new here, and to the commander. But here's a short list of a couple of items that you could look for;
1. Leaking sunroof. This presents not with stains on the headliner, as you would expect, but rather with soggy or separating carpet on the floor of the front seat, or the insulation under the carpet.
2. make sure all windows go up and down easily, both from their individual door switches and from the driver's master-switch.
3. As someone else mentioned: the 4lo needs to work. There is / was an active recall referred to as N23, which seems to have cause the majority of owners (among those who have had the recall performed) to experience a "service 4wd system" error, and no 4lo. There's what looks to be a corrective flash available from JEEP. we're all holding our breath to make sure it really works long-term.
None of the items above should scare you away from ownership. They have repairs that are not horrible, especially if you're handy.
Other than that; make sure the car has been well-maintained, with frequent oil changes & etc. You don't say how many miles (oops: km
) are on it. I put the build quality somewhere between my Mercedes ML (incredibly stout) and my BMW X5 (a tin-car). In other words: it all comes down to how it's maintained. The CanBus system seems to be robust with few failures, but it makes finding specific electrical problems more difficult (read expensive). I think your HEMI, like mine, will have a hydraulically-operated cooling fan. It shares a reservoir / pump with the power steering, so when my power-steering pump went out, that $150 repair looked more like a $1500 repair. I've vowed to do a steering fluid exchange every time I do the transmission, to avoid that pain ever again.