$89 not bad...I wonder if it has more content than TA? Alldata is another source but it is subscription based. I used it for a year~$29 on a different vehicle and it had info like TSB and recalls. I would PDF sections that I typically used.
I bought one for my 2014 from the dealer, and it is like yours, no schematics, and it has no parts break down, but it does have references to go to the schematics. I am not happy with it, and it was expensive.I bought the 2015 CD. It's ok but lacks electrical schematics and some of the removal procedures lack images...definitely not as complete as my 2002 liberty service manual. I got it primarily for torque specs, fluid capacities, and body panel removal procedures.
BTW the disc contains info on all models...SP, SXT, Hellcat which is kind of nice to see how the models vary.
They have only worked with IE since at least 2009 when I bought the manual for my SRT. Now I have to go into developer mode and emulate IE7 to make it work. A few more releases and I'm sure it will not work at all.:surprise:On my 2017 TA service manual it is even worse. not only do you have to use Windows but you must use Internet Explorer also. Does not work on Firefox, Chrome, or any other browser. But yes it is nice to be able to print out the pages to take to the dealer with you for warranty issues. Came in handy when they told me to take my TA home and reset the Homelink when I had a bad channel. I just pulled out the page and said "See right here....to troubleshoot the Homelink you MUST use a RF meter."
You can probably make it work by hitting F12 when in IE to bring up developer mode. Pick IE7 under mode and user string. You might have to experiment with the settings. I can still make my 2009 CD work this way - for now.I have the one for my 13 and I must agree with the others, it only works on windows 7 and older computers, I only have window's 10 machines in my house, very frustrating.