I understand. I think it says LLC on the door jam. In either case Chrysler has been the laughing stock of manufactures for decades. How they survived as long as they did is beyond me. All three previous Jeeps I owned were pieces of dog crap.
I've owned three Grand Cherokee SRT's, my first was a '16, it was a great vehicle for the most part, but I got rid of it after an accident in which the body shop didn't do the work properly and I lost confidence in the vehicle being problem-free going forward. I replaced it with a 2020, which I traded on an Audi e-tron because I thought I wanted an EV, which I then traded on another 2020 SRT (my current Grand Cherokee) after my wife hated the Audi and I missed the SRT.
of the three, I put the most time and miles on the 2016, which I owned for 4 years.
I did have an exciting electrical adventure with my current one (one of the capacitors for the ignition, which are mounted on the back of the cylinder heads shorted out, burning the wiring) and a fight with the service manager at my dealer who wanted to repair rather than replace the harness (it was replaced eventually). Could be a COVID thing, but the rest of the vehicle has been perfect, but of course I'm only coming into my 3rd year of ownership with it.
I've never had a desire to own a Wrangler, so perhaps my experience would be different if I had, but I really like the Grand Cherokee as a vehicle and it was a very expensive lesson figuring that out with the Audi detour.